Bioware's Ray Muzyka Discusses Dragon Age 2 Controversy
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IndustryGamers has posted a new interview with Bioware co-founder Dr. Ray Muzyka. The game developer discussed the controversy surrounding the company's Dragon Age 2 RPG, which has met with some criticism due to the game's differences from the original Dragon Age.
"We also recognize that feedback from core fans is incredibly important, so we take that to heart. We’re listening to it. We’re commercially successful, so we actually drew a lot of new fans in, exceeded our expectations, and what we want to do in the future is make sure we integrate that feedback from our core fans, so they come along with us for the journey, as we continue to build up the Dragon Age franchise and make the next ones even bigger and better so that all of our fans are delighted and surprised. We think we can do that. We can actually take the best of breed features from the original game in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II and put them together; and some of the changes we made in Dragon Age II, we were proud of the team. We think they were the right changes. We wanted the team to push in that direction, but we also want to integrate feedback from our core fans because they’re really important to us. So I think there’s a nice balance that can be struck to achieve that," he added.Check out the page below for more.
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