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Dongs and Mass Effect 3

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Dongs and Mass Effect 3

Game News - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Wed 29 February 2012, 09:09:12

Tags: BioWare; Mass Effect 3

People always complained about BioWare fake choices, lack of genuine choices etc. Kotaku found out how BioWare improves on this and adds more choice to Mass Effect 3.

"We got feedback from players that they wanted more choice," Ray Muzyka co-founder of Mass Effect studio BioWare told me during a recent interview. "We respond to that feedback and try to make our games better based on what our players are asking for."
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Here we have games whose god-like designers are actually implementing, at a more fundamental level, the ability for a gay identity to even exist in their world. And they're saying, finally, yes it can. Political statement?

"We're neutral," Muzya says. " It's the player's choice. It's a role-playing game."

"Yeah," Zeschuck followed, "It's a choice based on preferences."
What would Jesus say? Think of it.

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