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Submitted by Simonkey75 774d ago | news

“There’s lots more to come” for Mass Effect, reveals Casey Hudson – in a Starbucks

It’s amazing what you can get out of a game developer when you serve him coffee, as one lucky fellow found out when Mass Effect executive producer Casey Hudson walked into his Starbucks. (BioWare, Casey Hudson, Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

FCOLitsjustagame  +   774d ago
When I hear the name Casey Hudson my dollars shrink back into my wallet until I find a game he is not involved in.
KMCROC54  +   774d ago
Hey may have screwed up on ME3,but 1,2 were great games.we are all entitled to screw up a few time in our
lives.
Bercilak  +   774d ago
Let this series die. Please.
SlapHappyJesus  +   774d ago
It already has, in my opinion.

Once the series was all but abandoned as a real rpg, as well as letting the writing come off as little more than a teenager's fanfiction, the high regard I held for the series faded.
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KMCROC54  +   774d ago
L
ucy for us it your omly your opinion.
joydestroy  +   774d ago
i think the MP is amazing, i've been playing it since the game released. and i play it very very often.
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FarCryLover182  +   774d ago
I'm sure they're going to make a new trilogy for next-gen. I'm not sure that I want this, but EA will want it as it sells pretty well.
Perjoss  +   774d ago
I'm glad we have not seen the end of this great franchise, I didn't have huge issues with the ME3 ending although I will admit it could have been better. I just wish they would make future games more like Mass Effect 1, and less like the other 2. 1 just had more of an RPG feel to it.
legreffer  +   774d ago
Exactly my thought. I found "ME3" better than "ME2" because of the RPG elements. And to my surprise, I really enjoy the multiplayer of ME3. Can't wait for Leviathan. But ME1 is still my prefered one.
Bonerboy  +   774d ago
Uh oh...let the complaining and whining petitions of the spoiled and pandered to 'gamers' commence.

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