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Last year, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime said his company wasn’t worried about third-party publishers shying away from the Wii U. The Wii had its issues, yes, but Fils-Aime promised that history wouldn’t repeat itself.
I showed you the Mass Effect entries in CGHub’s big BioWare competition last week, so today, it’s only fair that Dragon Age gets its turn.
Last year, we reported that Bioware had specific opinions about Skyrim. They went on the record and stated that they admired the scope of Skyrim, and also acknowledged that both Skyrim and Dragon Age emphasised lore-heavy games where your actions mattered.
Hearing that women make a difference in game development is one thing, seeing what it means in practice is another. Recently, David Gaider — lead writer on the Dragon Age franchise — posted a blog about how having women on his writing team affected something in Dragon Age 3.
Artist Andrew Ryan has been working on this crossover for a while now, but today he let us know that he’s done. Finished. The worlds of Dragon Age and Mass Effect are now one.