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Old 05-30-12, 03:52 PM   #13
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Default Re: how EA games operate

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Originally Posted by sammy sung View Post
The origin part isn't what bothers me, that's no different than steam imo, just not as mature yet. It's more things like the wank ending to ME3. Bioware seemed to have a grand finale in mind and kept promising big things. I wouldn't be surprised if EA thought it would take too long and "encouraged" them to just slap a hurried ending on it so they could get the ****ing thing out the door and start making money asap...
no the producer kicked nearly the entire writing team to the curb on the ending. EA had nothing (from everything I can tell) to do with the ending.

http://www.gameranx.com/updates/id/5...ersial-ending/


What they WERE responsible for was the hurried up release of dragon age 2.
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