Shadow of Mordor marked the beginning of the end for the last generation by saying “yeah, this is coming out for the PS3 and 360 too, but its hands will be tied”. Sure, there are a bunch of other AAA games coming out on both systems… but I’m pretty sure that, once we get past this batch, it’ll be time to either take the plunge or say “you know what, I’m not gonna”.
And, ironically enough, it looks like it’ll be Bioware that provides the energy to either take us past the tipping point or keep us sitting pleasantly on this side of it.
Yes, I am still mad about the ending to Mass Effect 3.
So we will see how Dragon Age: Inquisition handles the whole “being a game” thing. I won’t be buying it on day one. I won’t be going to the usual websites to read whether it got a perfect score or not (oh, I’ll check Erik’s review out, of course). The main thing I’m going to do is sit and wait and see how the game bounces around the gameosphere and we’ll see if we end up in a good place come, oh, January/February or so.
Is EA capable of learning? Is Bioware? I’m sitting here playing Heroes V expansion packs hoping that they are.
So… what are you playing?
a bit disappointed
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