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Submitted by shodan74 939d ago | interview

Neil Thompson: “BioWare Strives To Better What Has Gone Before”

From the WipEout titles to Dragon Age III, industry veteran Neil Thompson has always worked at the cutting-edge of gaming. Now installed as Director of Art & Animation at BioWare, he spoke exclusively to FMV Magazine about the studio’s strengths, the sad closure of his old stomping ground Sony Liverpool, and his ambitions for the future of Dragon Age and Mass Effect. (BioWare, Culture, Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, Industry, Mass Effect, Neil Thompson, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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