Co-founder of Bioware Ray Muzyka has finally spoken out over the Mass Effect 3 ending controversy. However, his opinion of the subject may be a controversy in itself. According to the Bioware co-founder, the company will be looking to add “more clarity” to the ending of the game by altering or adding to it in a way that maintains the story’s artistic integrity.
“Casey Hudson and the team are hard at work on a number of game content initiatives that will help answer the questions,” he said, ”providing more clarity for those seeking further closure to their journey. You’ll hear more on this in April.”
We will have to wait until April to hear what Bioware’s exact plans are, but the co-founder did make it clear that these new ”content initiatives” are seperate from the company’s pre-existing plans to continue the Mass Effect universe’s expansion. The real question is, will these “content intiatives” be free or paid?
The official Facebook page for Dark Souls has a new app titled “an announcement is incoming”. Currently, the app is just a static image that will likely be replaced with an announcement once the page reaches enough likes. This has many speculating that the announcement is that of a PC release for the title.
Adding fuel to the fire is the April issue of PC PowerPlay. An image from the magazine has popped up on NeoGaf which shows that the game will be featured in the magazine one way or another.
We will have to wait and see what comes of this announcement.
Rumors about the existence of Epic Mickey 2 have been floating around for a while. Finally, the media has seen the title and the Associated Press has the first details on the title.
The developer, Junction Point Studios has revealed that they are focusing on improving the game’s camera, which was a weak point for its predecessor. Also being added are voices for the various characters. The title will be also taking a slightly odd turn as it is set to be a musical.
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two does not currently have a release date.
According to a report on ArsTechnica, Draw Something developer OMGPOP has been purchased by Zynga for around $200 million. OMGPOP’s latest title Draw Something has become quite popular, having been downloaded over 35 million times. So far 1 billion drawings have been produced, with a rate of about 3,000 per second at the game’s peak.
OMGPOP has revealed that with Zynga’s backing, the company will be adding many new features to the game. These include chat, galleries, and the ability to draw your own avatar image.