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Is DA 2 the End of BioWare as a Traditional RPG Creator?

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Is DA 2 the End of BioWare as a Traditional RPG Creator?

Editorial - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Sat 10 July 2010, 15:11:23

Tags: BioWare; Dragon Age 2

The Greywardens seem a bit concerned. They're so concerned that they indeed uttered some vague words of critique, which is not typical for them.

So I must admit to some irritation with the future of the Dragon Age games series. Don’t get me wrong, I am fairly open minded as a gamer, and the story of Dragon Age 2 seems epic in scale — but the fact that the true role playing element of choice  has been removed is a bit of a slap in the face to those of us who played and enjoyed Dragon Age: Origins as an RPG. As a sequel to a game that is considered by the creators as the spiritual successor to one of the most popular roleplaying games of all time, I am left wondering this: what crushed that spirit?

Yes BioWare, what crushed that spirit?

 

Spotted at: Greywardens.com

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