Editor Ron Burke of Gaming Trend looks at the history of Bioware and asks a few pointed questions about Dragon Age: Inquisition. Is Bioware ready for an open world game?
I have reservations - a lot of biowares success lies in controlled interactions.
I'm hopeful that they've learned and listened to fan feedback. With Darrah, Laidlaw, and Gaider at the helm (pun intended), I'm hopeful. Also...what the hell is your icon??
No, and people who applauded the "extended" endings are why the industry isn't considering to be anything more than video games and childish hobby when it comes to storytelling. I'll gladly wait until all the DLC and shit comes out for the next BioWare games, and if I like it maybe I'll buy it when it's dirt cheap.
But Casey Hudson left, hopefully, this means that we won't get monstrosities for the endings. I swore that I'd never buy another BioWare product again, but with Hudson gone, maybe I can be lured back!
You don't like three-color option slideshows?
Casey Hudson might have left but EA is still there...
Casey hudson has nothing to do with the dragon age series.
700p I was talking about BioWare games. Dragon Age 2 and Mass Effect 2/3 suffered in story telling and gameplay Mass Effect 2, improved in combat but went down the hole in storyline (main antagonist and so on and so forth). I'm just saying with Casey Hudson gone and new restructuring of BioWare we might expect a better BioWare soon.
At least they've chosen area's instead of total open world. That should give them the chance to build up to those controlled interactions that make their stories enthralling and fun. I don't beleive they've given up their way of telling stories just to be open world.
They can dooo eeeeet!
Let's hope so!!
In Bioware We Trust.
Some of my best gaming experiences were from BioWare. I BELIEVE IN THEM.
If there's any developer we should be questioning, it's BioWare.
*shrugs inquisition is pretty close. We'll see how close
There is going to be a lot of competition come this fall; so I'm sure they are aware and will be putting in some serious time into this third entry to make it the best yet.
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