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Bioware redefines dialogue system

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Bioware redefines dialogue system

Company News - posted by Vault Dweller on Sat 13 May 2006, 12:53:43

Tags: BioWare

Take a look at this 1Up's Mass Effect preview:

The dialogue system is a refined, more dynamic version of what you've seen in previous Bioware games. You'll no longer read the lines and select which one you want to say; now you use a dialogue wheel to choose the approach you want to take (bully, bribe, or be nice, for example), and your character takes it from there.

Refined? I hope Bethesda will sue.


Thanks, Twinfalls

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