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Posted by Stropp on May 9, 2012 While I was writing the last post, What Is Bioware Doing Wrong? A thought came to mind that didn't fit in that post. Having the Star Wars IP to develop a game is pretty much a free pass to a million or more box sales. So why, with your development, go where every man has gone before? (I know, Star Trek reference doesn't mix with Star Wars!) Bioware could have done anything with The Old Republic. They could have made it a full sandbox with no quests, and sold two million boxes. So why did they stick with the themepark model that has been copping so much negativity over the last few years? Bioware is, has been, a highly creative game developer. It's a pity they didn't use that creativity on more than just the class stories. Unless they completely botched it, they would have been successful.

What Is Bioware Doing Wrong?

Posted by Stropp on May 9, 2012 Bioware used to be the game developer who could do no wrong. They were a strong player in the game industry, with lots of very much loved games under their belt. From Baldurs Gate through to Mass Effect and Dragon Age it seemed they could do no wrong. But now it almost seems they can do no right. The Mass Effect 3 ending caused a huge backlash among fans. Dragon Age 2 wasn't appreciated by fans. And Star Wars: The Old Republic appears to be haemorrhaging subscribers, not that long after release. So what's happening? Here are a couple of  ideas I have about where Bioware is going wrong.

#1 Bioware Have Forgotten Their True Fans

Bioware is where it is today because it focussed on one type of player, the RPG player. Through release after release of game they provided the experience that their fans loved. And consequently, they grew that fanbase. They gave it what it wanted, and because of this the fans loved them. Bioware only had to announce the development of a new game, and the fans went wild. I'm not sure this has happened since EA bought them out, but now with each new game release, Bioware have been stripping away the game mechanics that their fans love. RPG's have always been notorious for the stats. That's been the case since, and caused by, the old pen and paper Dungeons and Dragons games. It also attracts a particular type of player, and repels other types of players. Bioware in an attempt to make RPG's 'simpler' have been removing the stats and attributes from their new games, or hiding them behind other gameplay elements. In essence this makes a game easier to get into and understand and easier to progress, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but it marginalises the players who do actually like stats and attributes. If those players perceive Bioware as moving away from the model they love, they're not going to be fans anymore.

#2 RPG's Aren't Just About The Story

In all the time Bioware has been developing games, there has been a huge emphasis on story. And that is good. That's a big part of an RPG. But it's not all there is. As I mentioned above, a good RPG provides character progression as well as features that are recognisably RPG. Is it possible to emphasize story too much? In the case of SW:TOR, I think the answer is yes. So much so in fact that the game really comes across as a single player game with other players running around whom you can group with. Ironically, this is Bioware's forte. They make great single player RPGs. But for a MMO you really need a lot more than just a class story, you need a huge virtual world, not just a linear progression path. Even WoW has more than that.

#3 Bioware Are Choosing The Wrong Role Models (At The Wrong Time)

I think this one specifically relates to SW:TOR, but it could be applied to some aspects of their single player games too. It seems to me that Bioware focussed on making The Old Republic too much like World of Warcraft. Sure, Bioware puts a very strong emphasis on story in SW:TOR but is this enough to differentiate it from the WoW themepark model? And even with World of Warcraft we are seeing a significant drop in subscriptions, perhaps the most significant since that game was released. Why is this? Well, frankly I'm not really all that sure. Thousands of words have been written on the topic, and thousands of more will be. All I know that for myself is that World of Warcraft was becoming too narrow in its focus on the endgame. The journey was no longer important, it was all about levelling up quickly in order to raid. I'm not a raider, I'm more of an explorer so once the content was exhausted there wasn't much point in sticking around. I see this same model in SWTOR, with the exception of (heavily) encouraging alt-ing through the legacy system. If SW:TOR has been released five years ago it might have been the WoW killer everyone has been dreaming of, but instead it has been released at a time when there appears to be a growing disatisfaction with the subscription themepark model. I'm not going to say that the subscription model is dead, I don't believe that for a minute, but there is an equalisation going on between subscriptions and free to play. To survive the subscription model needs more than basic themepark gameplay. It needs, I think, the sandbox. The subscription model is perfect for Eve Online, I doubt Eve could work as free-to-play, but for a long term themepark, much more is needed. SW:TOR for all its beauty, story, and Star Wars-ishness is a very basic themepark. That isn't going to keep players around.

Goodwill Hunting

Every business has this intangible asset called goodwill. It usually doesn't appear on the balance sheet because it can be really hard to quantify. How do you tell if your customers love you? Well they keep coming back for one thing; but how much is this worth? In Bioware's case, goodwill was the asset they earned when they focussed on making quality RPGs for a generation of fans. Now it seems that the recent mistakes are losing that goodwill. What do you think Bioware are doing wrong? Do you think they are making mistakes in the first place? Or will this all blow over and everything will be alright?

Bioware, Mass Effect 3, and Artistic Integrity

Posted by Stropp on March 23, 2012 Despite not having bought or played Mass Effect 3 yet, it's hard to have missed the ruckus about how the Mass Effect series has ended. Lot's of players have expressed displeasure at how the story ends, some demanding that Bioware change the ending to suit them. I think I even read that someone has initiated a lawsuit against the devs. (I might be mistaken there, people these days sue over so many trivial things it's hard to keep them all straight.) It looks like Bioware is caving to these demands, albeit in a way that doesn't compromise their artistic vision. But doesn't considering changing the ending in the first place mean the compromise has already happened? The crazy thing is how much of an issue this has become. Books, movies, music all have examples where the story ends weakly, or the band tries something new that the fans don't care for. But how often do you see the level of entitlement that we see from the game community demanding that the artists change their or face lawsuits? It may be that Bioware have produced an unsatisfactory ending to the Mass Effect 3 series, but if they as the artists behind the series believe in their art then they shouldn't change it because some don't like the way the story ends.

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The impression I get is that these words have been mostly positive about Star Wars The Old Republic. And, is Clomid addictive, to a certain extent, Clomid brand name, this is rightfully so. SWTOR is actually a pretty decent game.

I was given the opportunity over the weekend to participate in the final stress test for the game, comprar en línea Clomid, comprar Clomid baratos, and spent the greater portion of the weekend doing so. While I enjoyed my time playing it, despite some fairly annoying bugs, I've come to the following conclusion about The Old Republic, Clomid For Sale. Clomid photos, It's good for themepark gamers, bad for role players.

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This works quite nicely in a game like Mass Effect to provide some replayability and allowing different choices on the way through, kjøpe Clomid på nett, köpa Clomid online, but whether a player in Mass Effect goes light or dark really has no effect on anything other than romantic choices. Clomid For Sale, But Mass Effect is not a MMORPG. Clomid dosage, The big problem here is that Bioware has tied light and darkside gear to this system. If you are playing a darkside Sith or Jedi, when you reach darkside level 1 you can purchase DS1 lightsabres, Clomid use. It's not clear to me if this equipment is better than what is normally on offer, Clomid results, or awarded from quests, but if it is then this encourages players to choose one path, dark or light, is Clomid safe, and stick to it. Clomid pics, Why is that a problem, you say.

Well, your choice is removed, Clomid For Sale. If you want to be able to raid later on, about Clomid, you will need the best gear. Clomid forum, Even if raiding is not your goal, having decent equipment is still going to be something to be desired.You are going to want to make the 'right' choice for your path, not necessarily the right choice for your character, no prescription Clomid online.

In other words the current darkside/lightside system encourages min-maxing. Order Clomid online overnight delivery no prescription, If you are a role player who also wants to be competitive in raiding or grouping, you will have to choose between picking the option that awards the most points or the option that feels right for your character.If you don't give a care about end-game, sure feel free to make the choices you want, buy Clomid online no prescription. Clomid For Sale, I did create a character on the weekend that was intended to be unrelentingly evil, and making the dark choices was fun, but even so, the darkside choice didn't always feel right. That's why the best bad guys in books, Purchase Clomid, movies, and TV are so interesting, they make interesting choices, Clomid overnight. The worst bad guys are the ones who bwaa ha ha all the time. Clomid natural, It's also interesting to note that the Bioware idea of morality was a bit off at times. Some of the light side choices were distinctly on the wrong side of right.

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This build has our first iteration of the Legacy System! At its core the Legacy system is about allowing players to create a family tree of characters. Clomid for sale, Family is pretty important to the Star Wars universe, with the Skywalker family having one of the most interesting dynamics in movie history. This version is just the foundational components that we will use to build upon in the future, where can i order Clomid without prescription. Here are the features of this iteration:

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I"m not really certain what the purpose is for this. I've seen conjecture that it allows characters on a server to share equipment, australia, uk, us, usa, or provides some kind of bonus, Buy Clomid online cod, but from the announcement it isn't really clear.

Once thing is clear though, once you have a legacy name every character on the same server, no matter what species or allegiance shares the same last name, Clomid For Sale. So your Twi'lek Consular, Human Bounty Hunter, Clomid treatment, and Chiss Sith Warrior will all have the last name. Taking Clomid, Nope, no logical problems with that at all. After all different species often share the same cultural background that results in the same last names.., Clomid pharmacy. Hmmm. Clomid For Sale, This incredible lack of logic does not even take into account that a player might simply want to create a role play character that is not associated with their other characters. Clomid from mexico, It's odd to me that Bioware, a company that has grown to greatness on the back of encouraging role play in its games, is almost completely disregarding it in SWTOR, Clomid over the counter.

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You see you don't have a choice.

You are given the companions for your class. You can't choose from a pool or selection.

Every Sith Warrior is going to run around with that whiney Twi'lek as the first companion. Clomid For Sale, (No wonder I enjoyed shock collaring her so much!) About the best differentiation you can hope for is to change the skin colour.

I remember reading a lot of love for the Jawa companion, Blizz. He's only available for the Bounty Hunter. So if you love Blizz but can't stand the BH playstyle, tough. If you want to access Blizz you will have to play a character you don't like.

Of course you get a choice of which of the companions to take with you on a mission, but even this is limited by your class, Clomid For Sale. A Jedi Knight for example is a tank. A JK player will always take the companion that offers the best support role, a healer for example. Some companions will be useless (does a tank need a tank companion?) Other companions will be indispensible and always chosen.

The same goes for the ship you get. Clomid For Sale, Every character gets a ship which is nice, but the bounty hunter gets one single type of ship while the Jedi Knight gets another.

Now while this doesn't directly affect a players role playing choices as much as the first two points above, there is an indirect effect in that all players in a class are exactly the same.

No two Jedi are unique. No you are not a precious snowflake in Bioware's galaxy.

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I guess everything I wrote above boils down into my biggest criticism of Star Wars The Old Republic.

There is very little room for customisation.

From character creation where there is barely any difference in some of the face styles and other choices (why couldn't my Republic Zabrak have Darth Maul colourings?) to the rewards for light/dark side choices and companion and ship allocations there is very little chance for customisation.

For the most part players will be constrained to playing Star Wars The Old Republic through a fairly narrow and linear corridor. Clomid For Sale, Themepark players will love this game, as long as they are not roleplayers too. SWTOR is a masterpiece of themepark design, taking the player along on what appears to be a great story. But that's about where it stops. It's a very limited game in some respects, perhaps only having long term playability for raiders and those who enjoy battleground style PvP. There's no sandpit in this themepark.

While the story that I've encountered so far is excellent, it is the Bioware story that is being played, not yours.

That's why I think that SWTOR will be bad for role players.

How about you, what do you think.

 

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Industry Gamers asked Greg Zeschuk about the possibility, and he responded to the query with, "You never know."

While this is great news for MMO lovers and fans of the Mass Effect series, who want more SciFi in their gaming, I wouldn't start looking at upgrading your PC just yet, Triamterene For Sale. Triamterene images, The release date is not likely to be for many years yet.

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Prediction 3: The Star Wars: The Old Republic release date (the rumoured October 2010 date) will be massaged in a similar fashion as the date for STO, but I expect that EA-Bioware will announce and push for a November 2010 release.

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So there you have it. My Christmas-time predictions for the next 12 months. Fortunately I'm not taking or placing bets on these ham and turkey induced prophecies as things rarely turn out the way anyone expects. About the only thing I can guarantee will happen is that the MMORPG industry will continue to change and mature. But whatever happens, it should be interesting to watch.

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