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E3 Vidcasts :: Bioware’s Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO

Posted by Cat on August 13, 2010

Bioware’s Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic games, wowed players with a new precedent in multi-layered decision-based action RPGs.  When gamers judge the quality of a game with dynamic story choices these games are still a unit of measure.  Bioware went on the set the complexity of their story telling methods even higher with Dragon Age and the Mass Effect games, the latter of which famed game designer, Cliff Bleszinski called “Star Wars for this new generation”.  Excitement is building for Bioware’s return to The Old Republic, but this time you won’t be returning alone – the game is an MMORPG, and everything Bioware has ever done has been leading up to it.

Cap and Mike passed the interview duties off once again to Colin, whose experience with Bioware’s titles runs deep.  Join Colin for an in-depth interview with Bioware lead writer, Daniel Erickson, and find out why this game will revolutionize MMORPGs, interactive storytelling, how it fits into the Star Wars cannon, and how they’ll finally bring the depth of tabletop role playing to video games.  (Cap’s note: Not only is this guy super-cool, but he sounds kinda like Henchman #24 from Venture Bros).

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And don’t forget to also check out our E3 coverage of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2:

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