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Bioware Developer Profile

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by NewsPro, Dec 11, 2001.

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    (Originally posted by Darien)

    RPGVault recently posted a profile of Bioware's Community Manager for Neverwinter Nights, Jay Watamaniuk. What are the responsibilities of the person holding this newly created position? Read on:

    Jay Watamaniuk: In general, my job revolves around making sure the gamer gets what they need from BioWare or the community to have the best gaming experience they can have with NWN. For some, it will mean being able to make modules; for others, it will mean downloading new bits and pieces for NWN to add to and change the experience or simply getting together with friends online to go adventuring.

    Jonric: Since you spoke about goals, what do you consider the key ones, and what do you see as the main challenges before you?

    Jay Watamaniuk:
    Specifically, I would like to see a community site on the web that has an area for every aspect of the game; from DMs wanting to develop modules to players who are looking for information on Thieves Guilds or how they can start a guild. There are several examples of Community Pages on the net I am taking a look at that are remarkable in their set-up and content. I hope to develop something new for NWN by learning from the best I can find. I would consider the planning and implementation of such a site would be a short-term goal. The challenge being to try and include all aspects of a game that involves so much back history, so much passion from lifelong gamers and so many details in one place in a reasonable and clear set-up. My long-term goals involve proving that Mole people rule the world through a series of underground tunnels. *wack* Hey, those are my knuckles, Brad!

    Read more more about Bioware's Community Manager.
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