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Post by Eorl @ 09:18am 16/07/14 | 10 Comments
Mass Effect developer BioWare has issued a new survey for fans of the series, which asks for your input on what elements the next Mass Effect game should highlight.

The questionnaire, posted on Twitter by Mass Effect producer Michael Gamble, asks a variety of questions gauging just how much you know of the universe, and what you would like to see improved. Questions also include topics like story, exploration, combat or customisation possibilities, all of which BioWare eagerly want user input on.

If you feel like being the guinea pig, you can find the survey available over here. Hopefully we'll be hearing more about the fourth title in the series sometime soon.

In the meantime, why not look at the work we already did for BioWare in our very own feature looking at Mass Effect's future possibilities.



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Latest Comments
copuis
Posted 10:07am 16/7/14
bring it back to steam, f*** origin
paveway
Posted 12:15pm 16/7/14
isn't bioware an EA owned company?

won't happen
BladeRunner
Posted 12:49pm 16/7/14
I put "Hot Asari Loving" as one of the things I am looking forward to.
Dazhel
Posted 01:02pm 16/7/14
bring it back to steam, f*** origin

+1
Mordecai
Posted 02:22pm 16/7/14
Steam sucks balls and is a s***** piece of software. Put it on Uplay!
niteheh
Posted 05:40pm 16/7/14
They are asking the kind of questions a dev would ask about a new IP, not one which has existed for 7 and compromises games, comics, novels and anime.
ravn0s
Posted 06:25pm 16/7/14
i get the feeling this has more to do with marketing than the actual game.
copuis
Posted 10:36pm 16/7/14
i get the feeling this has more to do with marketing than the actual game.


this
qmass
Posted 02:50am 17/7/14
Trying to please everyone is what makes such homogenized messes in the first place... I wish most devs still had the freedom to bring a vision to life rather than safely get a product out the door because with 100 million spent you cant risk displeasing anyone.
Viper119
Posted 05:24am 17/7/14
Yeah you have to stick to the vision and ride it out, otherwise it turns out a watered down turd.
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