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Our coverage this month has taken a deep dive into the development and features of Dragon Age: Inquisition, but we wanted to take time while visiting Bioware to talk about the larger-picture prospects for the studio. Dragon Age: Inquisition marks the legendary studio's first foray into the next generation of gaming, and we gathered key figures from Bioware to talk about their vision for the next-generation of RPGs. General manager Aaryn Flynn, Mass Effect's executive producer Casey Hudson, and Dragon Age's executive producer Mark Darrah joined Game Informer's Joe Juba to discuss what they have in store for fans.
Watch the video below to hear a few hints about Bioware's new IP for the next generation, what they're learning from Dragon Age: Inquisition, and the chances of a new Jade Empire game.
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The future of Bioware RPG's is AMAZING stories that have god awful, series ruining, endings. Pretty epic and what not.
I don't want them to make a Jade Empire 2 because they'll just dumb it down as far as possible.
Juba, running this roundtable like a boss.
Ben "Big Poop" Hanson.
That's a pretty solid vision any way you look at it.
Dat Shepard face.
Bioware is my favorite developer as of me finally playing through Mass Effect. So whatever they got planned I'll be awaiting with controller in hand.
they should go back to the dao style of conversations
Jade empire 2!?!?!?
Good luck, Bioware!
I like Bioware better than Square Enix ,Capcom or Konami, even though the latter's games are what brought me to gaming in the first place, I feel that they don't really listen to us Fans, they want feedback but not always acts upon them, Bioware is different, players felt the combat from original DAO to be slow and so they changed it, but they omitted the races choosing bit which angered many fans,
now they are returning this feature and faster combat to Inquisition, and while I hated the ending of ME3,
but they expanded it a little and it was ok, the point is that they listen to us and they are doing something to please both fans and gaming industry which is hard and I respect them for that
Now I'm all excited for DAI and counting the days till it comes out and hope that no bomb or explosion is gonna take my life till I play it then I can die peacefully
I loved all three mass effects. I can't wait for details on the new one.