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Jess Lebow's column is back online after a one week break for E3 and today he counts down the five most exciting things he saw last week in Los Angeles.
As if I needed another reason to be excited by a Bioware MMOSWTOR is going to be fully voiced. Some of you may be saying, Yeah, so what? Ill tell you what. Having a fully voiced MMO brings the genre one step closer to complete immersion. Sure, there have been a lot of badly voiced games, but have faith. This is Bioware were talking about.
There are two things that I know when I buy a Bioware gameIm going to get a polished, well-developed gaming experience, and there is going to be a focus on good storytelling. Add that to one of my favorite IPs of all time, include the knowledge that they are going to take it to the next level by making it fully voiced, and I think were talking about a winner here. As someone who has spent days upon days in the recording studio, listening to actors read lines from a script, let me tell you, this represents a massive commitment on the part of the developer. That level of dedication to a property is certainly the first big step toward making a good game. And Im excited about it.
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