Next instalment to be "best of breed" marriage of Origins and II, says Muzyka
You mean, it may be good? *gasp*
I don't think so... If it has to be "best of breed" marriage, there's no way to obtain a good one. Trust me.
so who are they talkin to? their core fans or the fans that want to just pick up an rpg and not have to use their brain? they've been catering to the brainless crowd lately so I believe this question is legit
"they've been catering to the brainless crowd lately so I believe this question is legit" So you like the recent products from Bioware then?
I know I'm in the extreme minority on this but I really enjoyed the second game a lot. I'm looking forward to the next installment in the series.
i enjoyed it but i didn't play it for very long. i got to the second act and haven't touched it since. once Witcher2 came out, it was all over lol. i'll likely revisit it eventually though and beat it.
I did beat DA2 but I have to agree Witcher 2 stomped it in the nutsack.
Taking your time before announcing it will help us regain confident in you and that you are not rushing it like the second one.
We will be surprised that it will no longer play like a RPG. They think we will be delighted to know its a TPS now.
Bioware has made it clear that they no longer want to be in the RPG making industry cause as they put it, it is becoming "less relevant".
Yeah I guess everybody should just start making FPS's now and then that'll be the only genre to play.
Bring back the Warden!
I liked DA2, but there is a lot of room for improvement.
This is what happens to a lot of sophmore debuts of games. The developer does to much change, probably because they really want to put in all the crazy ideas they had for the first and put it in the second. None the less they differentiate to much from the original and people, (including me sometimes), get a wee bit angry. So then for the third they have scale back to the original and find some balance. It is kind of maddening because they basically just wasted a whole dev cycle and my money on a game that they have to end up fixing in the third installment anyway. Not saying it happens with every series but it does happen to enough that it's noticeable.
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