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Dragon Age: Inquisition: Bioware Set to Talk Dragon Age & Mass Effect at PAX East

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Bioware has published their annual "base camp" schedule for this year's PAX East convention to be held later this week. The Bioware team has plans to run panels on both Dragon Age: Inquisition and Mass Effect, as well as give fans a chance at scoring autographs of their favorite BW developers.

We’re holding weekend long panels about Mass Effect & Dragon Age as well as behind-the-scenes looks at game development, developer signings, plus representatives from EA University/Human Resources will be on site to discuss tips about breaking into the gaming industry! If you have a portfolio of any kind, please bring it as we have set aside time for our developers to review and discuss with you.

We’ll also be celebrating Commander Shepard’s -140th birthday, which falls on the first day of PAX so please join us for a special panel to commemorate the day!

Check out the schedule below to make sure to be there for your favorite panel discussion. Check the base camp schedule link above to see which developers will be attending.

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  • VicodinTacoVicodinTaco Erie, PAPosts: 754Member Uncommon

    Ugh, Dragon Age.....

     

    Great story and all but the enemy level scaling just killed it for me.  Hard to play when you know deep down all those numbers and stats don't mean anything.  I mean really...  Stats and levels mean NOTHING lol. 

  • GorweGorwe Ald'RuhnPosts: 2,848Member Uncommon
    It's EAware! So, better BEware ;)

    Enough funny quips. This studio hasn't got anything to interest me. They are in the process of being swallowed(digested?) alive by EA(EvilArts) and I have no interest in Feeding them if I have any choice. Unlike TOR where they robbed me of the said choice by making even prefered status painful as all hell. Still, when it gets boring -> sayonara! I have no qualms doing that.

    Don't feed the trolls(EA in this case) please!
  • Scott23Scott23 Moline, ILPosts: 167Member Uncommon

    I enjoyed Dragon Age Origins immensely - played through it 3 times I think.  I also enjoyed DA 2 the first time through.   I also enjoyed all 3 ME games.

     

    I am looking forward to the next offerings.  My point?  No point I guess - just offering counterpoint to the first 2 responses :)

  • Laughing-manLaughing-man Dublin, OHPosts: 3,469Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Scott23

    I enjoyed Dragon Age Origins immensely - played through it 3 times I think.  I also enjoyed DA 2 the first time through.   I also enjoyed all 3 ME games.

     

    I am looking forward to the next offerings.  My point?  No point I guess - just offering counterpoint to the first 2 responses :)

    Yeah I agree entirely with you.

  • sumdumguy1sumdumguy1 A galaxy far far awayPosts: 981Member Uncommon

    Well I guess I fall in the middle.  Loved the original Dragon Age but the last two left me feeling meh, like they were missing something.  Mass Effect was good and bad.  One was good, two was good and bad and three started ok, then good, then great, then ok, then good again, then the ending, the ending was god awful. 

    So what's my point?  There is none.  Just sharing my opinion.  As always try for yourself and decide.

  • WolfClawsWolfClaws Arlington, VAPosts: 602Member Uncommon

    I love Bioware, but EA has done things....

     

    I have mixed feelings as I loved Dragonage Origins, and the Mass Effect Trilogy.. But EA...

  • uidLuc1duidLuc1d Marietta, GAPosts: 193Member Uncommon
    Can't wait for both.
  • RazeeksterRazeekster GlobPosts: 2,452Member Uncommon
    I loved DA:O and the ME games, but I hated Dragon Age 2. Compared to DA:O it was boring, zones were copy/pasted, and you had to repeat zones so often that you grew sick and tired of them quickly. That said I did like the combat in Dragon Age 2 and the story was fairly good so here's hoping that Inquisition will have a nice mix of all the good things from both games and not be a poop fest.
     

    Smile

  • GorweGorwe Ald'RuhnPosts: 2,848Member Uncommon
    What a nice remark! Thank you!

    I loved Kotor, NWN and DA:O, but severely disliked everything that went into production after the acquisition by EA. DA 2 is the most visible example of this. It's not a bad game, but if you compare it to DA:O it is horrible. The same could be said about the TOR -> Kotor debacle.

    It's all about the point of reference really.
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