What core value make's a BioWare game, and what might that mean for Anthem?
The story, character development, world building, being an RPG and building our characters how we want too. See everything Pre-Mass Effect 2. They are a dim shadow of their former selves, there was a day when the Bioware name meant something other than half-assed games with tons of bugs.
I think Mass Effect 2 is their best game to date,
Agree but it refined everything that they did well story dialogue and fixed combat. Sure the inventory took a hit but the rest of the game was exceptional
It's definitely their last great game but it was the first to start stripping a lot of what made Bioware games.
So basically everything that Anthem isn't lol.
Agreed after ME2 the games became more action oriented and less exploration based.
everything anthem is not. minus the graphics. the old saying applies more than ever: „things never looked better but are rotting from the inside.“.
Good writing, good dialogue, well thought out world and characters inhabiting said world, basically everything Andromeda and Anthem is not.
The opposite of what EA wants Bioware to make, that would be Bioware at they're strongest, do what you're good at, play to you're strengths and experiences, do what made you who you are.. were
I'd look at everything from ME2 back. My first Bioware game was Knights of the Old Republic and goddamn I wasn't ready! Absolutely blew my mind and Jade Empire and then Mass Effect and boy I was in love but just a few more years and it was over for me ☹️
I still like there stuff, but they are suffering from the ole advancement syndrome. And EA. The games they use to make and the style they used to make them are not lucrative enough for EA unfortunately.
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