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Dragon Age: Inquisition interview - How has Frostbite changed Bioware's approach to development?

MMGN.com writes: Bioware's first full release since 2012's Mass Effect 3 brings with it the expectation of redemption.

The developer's first foray using the Frostbite engine, and its first true open-world RPG, could reignite interest in the Dragon Age series, which hasn't seen a release since 2011's Dragon Age II.

Coming to all major consoles (excluding Wii U, including PS4 and Xbox One), the game will hopefully be a good introduction to the new generation for the acclaimed developer.

MMGN sat down with producer Cameron Lee at Gamescom to talk briefly about the evolution of the genre, working with Frostbite, and that ending.

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Heisenburger676d ago

My most anticipated game of the year, not by a mile, but it is my most anticipated. I fell in love with Origins and after DA2, I didn't think what looks to be a true sequel to Origins would ever happen. I need this game inside my.... erm ps4.

So pumped.

Sketchy_Galore676d ago

Hopefully in a more positive way than EA has.

700p676d ago

This is the only game i've preordered this year. One of my favorite franchises <3

ThePope676d ago (Edited 676d ago )

How dare they make some missions exclusive based on certain decisions! Don't they know what happens if things are exclusive?!? We're gamers! We want everything and we want it for free!!!!!!!!!!! And we'll go crazy if we don't get it!!!!!

I joke I joke, I kid I kid

Bioware is my favorite developer of all time. I've had many arguments between friends as to who's better Naughty Dog or Bioware. And I think what puts Bioware on top is they draw you into their world completely. ND games are like a great popcorn flick, get your heart racing. But when it's over its cool. Bioware games are like a great book, it's so deep you feel like you can't escape and you're ok with that.

MichaelLito79676d ago

Never played any of the prior games but this game is definitely on my Radar.