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Submitted by incognito248 484d ago | opinion piece

What Dragon Age 3 Can Take From The First Mass Effect

Some concepts BioWare can take from Mass Effect in the development of Dragon Age 3: Inquisition. (BioWare, Dev)

MultiConsoleGamer  +   484d ago
What "X" can learn from "Y" articles need to stop.
zeal0us  +   484d ago
No one is forcing to read these "X can learn from Y".
decrypt  +   484d ago
Nothing really, we dont want a Dragon effect game. I would rather like to see the series go back to its rootes and be a proper RPG.

I dont know about console folks, for the PC i would like to see a return to D&D style game play, since we hardly get any of that sort of game play these days.

Imo they should have seperate development teams on this for PC and for Console. D&D style for PC, hack and slash for console.
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