Well, honesty forces me to confess I still haven’t finished DA: Inquisition. The save’s still still sitting in my computer somewhere, waiting to be picked up again. From what I played, it wasn’t bad… but some portions of the game felt like a drag, and none of the NPCs really “clicked” with me - I didn’t dislike them, but they did not trigger my inner fanboy.
In general, I have a mixed feelings about the whole Dragon Age saga. I liked the first game - as in I found it decent - but felt the amount of praises it got was a bit too superlative. It has a decent world to play in, solid NPCs and I liked the origin system (unfortunately under-utilized) but the story was nothing special. In terms of storytelling, I found DAII to be much better - not always perfectly done, but there was a real creative attempt to do something different, and I really liked that. Too bad the gameplay was lazy and the constant reuse of maps tedious.
As I mentioned, I’m still of the opinion that Baldur’s Gate was the best thing Bioware ever produced. Jade Empire was really fun, Knights of the Old Republic was rather good too (the second would have been truly great if only they did actually finish the damn game!)
I enjoyed the Mass Effect trilogy a lot, the second more than the first (due to giving the focus on a series of personal stories rather than just being a space-opera epic - also, better gameplay). The third was kind of a mess - and no, I’m not just talking about the ending - but it was still fun to play.