BioWare 2011: The Doctors Speak

Gamasutra: "In this extensive interview, Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk, founders of BioWare, speak to Gamasutra about the company's current efforts -- everything from launching Dragon Age II to its Facebook companion Dragon Age Legends (in collaboration with EA2D) to Star Wars MMO The Old Republic, DLC launches, and beyond.

One thing that is consistent across these games is the company's philosophy toward creating and engaging with its audience, which the pair outlines below in clear, precise terms -- and beyond that, the benefits of approaching games this way.

The two also candidly discuss their expectations for The Old Republic, with Muzyka claiming that "once you've tried it, you just can't go back" to more established MMOs like World of Warcraft."

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Tony P3532d ago

Well, that's a lot to digest. But an informative read.

I hope they bring out a new IP after ME3 since that's *supposed* to be the closer of the trilogy, at least for a while. I don't know how I'd feel about a real world type of game. Although flawed, Obsidian did a damn impressive job with Alpha Protocol so I think there's some kind of bar there, moreso in the role-playing aspects of the game.

The only thing that strikes me negatively is the humility comment. Because I didn't see any of that when they were talking about the competition in past interviews.

mananimal3531d ago

All I know is, if they include homosexual options to ME3, I wont buy it, ever. Period.