Bioware's sr. development director Chris Wynn on how 1 single tv cannot contain the "awesomeness" of the next Mass Effect. Wynn also states that the team is evaluating everything for the best player experience.
Show us something Bioware and stop talking.. Hell, no one have thought Bethesda would show Fallout 4 like that and look what happened. They did. Please show us and don't tell us. Let us see this awesomeness.
Hoping E3 is going to be Bioware's show :)
Bethesda wisened up to the fact that announcing early and stringing people along for a lengthy pre-release period hurts your game more than it helps. Announce it when its ready, then get the damn game out.
@moomoo319 You're very angry.
@medman Lmao yes im seething!
Statement of over-inflation...
For clarification, he just said that cause there were 2 TVs in the meeting room...
they sure like to talk big, I expect this game to be the best looking game ever and I expect it to look even better than the order or else I won't trust bioware ever again
I'll expect that they'll ignore their own story continuity, in some cases as soon as its established, just to make things looks cool.
Shouldn't matter too much... only half the players who started ME3 finished it, and most of them picked the destroy ending.So if they keep this one in their continuity, it should be good enough for most people.
Examples of them ignoring their own story run through all three games. ME3's ending just got the most notice. They really should have been railed on for the whole shuttle sequence in ME2, but weren't.
Can someone make a shut the hell up bioware meme? All this talk without any actual tangible substance is annoying it is the opposite of building hype. I'm starting to think they have something to hide or a big batch of bad news coming with this awesome game that they are trying to prepare for by hyping it up.
Dev's CAN'T show anything unless the publisher says so... By doing what they are doing, you can see that they are loving to make the game, they are not being forced to work harder, etc... it shows the team morale is nice. And that is a good thing. At least I think of it this way. Let's hope for a E3 blast ;)
Are they gonna show something at E3?
It would seem that is the case, possibly some new trailer
There are very few people in games development that when they talk it doesnt sound like robotic PR and marketing statements. I know they are not allow to say much but for all the money that is spent on marketing i sure wish they would focus on better communication with the audience. They hardly ever sound enthusiastic about their games and are hardly ever allowed to give us interesting stories about the current stage of development. Its why im sure honest people like Carmack must be a total nightmare for the PR folks.
Bioware.. This all you have been saying since you first announced the damn game, just fu**ing show us something. This PR talk is getting really really annoying
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