I picked it up for Xbox 360 yesterday. I let my husband play first, because 'patience' is not in his vocabulary. ;)
It looked quite good, especially the openness of the world for exploration, the character dialogue trees, and the character generation options.
I was amused to see that you can adjust things like earlobe size and eyelash color. I enjoy those little details; that's the kind of thing I was disappointed to lose in Skyrim. But I'll have to wait a week or so for my husband to have some time with Inquisition before I get to try it out. Knowing me, I'll probably spend more time fiddling with the character creation options than actually playing the game.
I did see a few minor oddities of the programming. Characters occasionally would blink out of the image, or blink back in. A mage my husband's character was talking to kept gesturing with her hands a lot while speaking, and because she was holding a staff it made the staff wave around in quite a ridiculous fashion. There was also a goat that appeared to be having a seizure when we spotted it climbing a nearby rock outcrop. But thus far no flying horses or tumbling trolls a la Skyrim.
:lol: I can relate; my fiance is the one who bought it, so I figure he should get the first go (it also helps me get ideas of what to play, how to interact, where not to go and get massacred XD)
I'm in love with their character creator as well; I have a feeling I'll be spending more time with it than playing :)