"We've been stood here for 200 hours"

We hope that there are enough dragons roaming the wilderness in Dragon Age: Inquisition, because we think that you'll be killing plenty of them if you're to spend over 200 hours with the upcoming RPG.

Speaking with IGN, producer Cameron Lee reckons that "a completist playthrough takes more than 200 hours," which no doubt includes tackling every sidequest, seeing every location, and nabbing absolutely every piece of loot that you come across in your adventure. As fans will know, this is the first time in the series that developer BioWare will be unleashing you and your party into a vast, open world, so we suppose that ridiculously long playthroughs could certainly be possible, especially if you're keen on taking in all of the pretty sights.

Focus purely on the main story quests, however, and Lee estimates that it'll take you around 20 to 30 hours to reach a conclusion, but in a BioWare game, we'd be a bit scared that if we missed out on some character specific missions, most of our party would end up dead and buried by the time that the credits rolled. How long do you usually spend in your favourite RPGs? Are you a perfectionist, or do you tend to stride through each playthrough? Sit and grow a beard with us in the comments section below.

[source uk.ign.com]