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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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I love Mass Effect 1 and Dragon Age: Origins
Great roundtable discussion. All this great DA information has been giving me hope it won't end up being mediocre like DA2 (even though I did have fun with that game).
I'm pretty stoked for the possiblitites of a new Mass Effect series. I just hope all that tall about "learning from our mistakes and adapting to criticism" was taken to heart after the ending fiasco of ME3.
Dingus Shepard makes an appearance.
Hell yeah! Thank you, Joe.
Just started playing ME1 again. Its interesting to note that after Shepard's vision, he says it was death and destruction in what he saw, and immediately Anderson showed up. He's there until the end.
This time they should release the modding tools with DA:I so fans can create their own things like they did for DA:O.
Yes we need a new Jade Empire!
Just give us Mass Effect 4, I've never played Dragon Age though, more of a Demon's/Dark Souls kind of guy, but Dragon Age is BioWare, so I'll give it a whirl.
I am excited for what's coming.
KOTOR HD, make it happen.
Cool. Can't wait to see Dragon's Age in action!
Want more Jade Empire!
My soul freezes watching this. Reminds me of William Gibson's idea of how big corporate persons eventually cease to be human, by technology and their will. It's certainly a different world. I'm interested in Bioware games, and understand their logic, but this round seems so smooth and simple and cold.