Stop talking in hypotheticals
Just skip two minutes in and watch. If you don't want to, then don't "if I'm wrong I'll admit it" me, because I seriously can't be bothered with what your opinion might be if and but. Also, a flamewar in this forum wouldn't last very long knowing the moderation, so I think we're clear on that front.
As for the "overhyped/messy" point, I disagree on the front of ME3. It was a fine game with the same tenants and downfalls that Bioware generally displays. The only thing "overblown" about it is the ending controversy, which was a collective usage of selective viewing. The game, as a whole, was a complete experience: whether it was good or bad based around its structure or narrative isn't really something that can be pinned spoken of in absolutes, as it does far more than a bare minimum of passable storytelling. Same applies to the gameplay front, especially given its predecessor was widely praised for (mostly) the same functionality.
As far as DA2, it was, by their own standards, fairly weak. I enjoyed it personally; a lot of others didn't. That's fine. It's hard not to see flaws in that game, but I liked it just based around its evolution of the series, however unrealized. From what I see of DA:I, it's what I wanted from DA2, which suits me just fine.
Oh, and undead looking generic? God forbid other games never do that, it's almost as if they're cannon fodder stock enemy types. Did you also miss the part where they fight a big ass fucking dragon, too?
Anyhow. I don't know how other sources are having it, but Twitch has coverage for DA:I tomorrow at some point (I believe 4:30), my guess is that's where gameplay will be shown. These were just trailers/shorts presented during the EA conference.