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BioWare Interview at RPGVault

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by NewsPro, Dec 3, 2001.

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    (Originally posted by Mollusken)

    RPGVault has posted a third part of their interview with joint CEOs at BioWare, Greg Zeschuk and Ray Muzyka.

    Jonric: Do you get much time to play games these days, and how do you decide which ones to play? What has impressed you recently, and why? And aside from your own games, what are you looking forward to playing?

    Greg Zeschuk: We both try and play games every day - we normally balance our playing between PC and console games, but most recently, I have to admit I've been bitten by the MMORPG bug. I started with Anarchy Online (which I enjoyed for the detail of its game system - had a 47th level Enforcer) and I'm now playing Dark Age of Camelot - I have an 19th level Paladin. Prior to that, I played Max Payne (which I really liked) and Anachronox (which I also enjoyed). It's really funny because at the immediate time, I've got a ton of games piling up that I want to play - Arcanum and Civ 3 on the PC, and Ico, Silent Hill 2 and Devil May Cry on the PS2. And now, with two new consoles coming out I'm going to be in serious trouble. Down the road I'm looking forward to Dungeon Siege, Morrowind and Final Fantasy X.

    Ray Muzyka: Right now, I'm playing a few games on a variety of systems. Halo on the Xbox is really impressing me with both the single-player mode and the cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes. DOA3 is another great fighting game on the Xbox that I'm trying to play through. I'm about an hour away from finishing Metal Gear Solid II (I'm a huge fan of that series) on the PS2, and am also playing Devil May Cry, and looking forward to trying Ico. Super Monkey Ball is a very fun game on the GameCube - highly recommended - I also want to play Rogue Squad Leader on GameCube, which I haven't yet started. There have been a lot of good FPSs on the PC recently - I finished Max Payne about two months ago (for the third time), and just started playing Aliens versus Predator. On the PC, I am really looking forward to Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Morrowind, and Dungeon Siege as well as our own Neverwinter Nights (which both Greg and I are currently playing at least several evenings each week, finding bugs). Finally, Castlevania on the Game Boy Advance is a lot of fun (I'm about 2/3 through that game). It's a great time to be a gamer with all of the options of systems and games - the only major problem seems to be finding the time to play them all!

    Read the whole interview here.
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