Investigate North's story-based MMO will be out on Steam on August 7th. The game relies on hidden fragements found by players within 10 3D landscape levels, in order to unravel a mystery of murder among other things. The story itself is made of found footage, emails, maps, and more. Players have to analyse and discuss the content to progress in this "science-noir" world. Get a look at it inside with the launch trailer.
But there's just no explanation for: "At some point soon, we better get busy making babies." This is simply just really terrible writing. (1 Hour ago)
These 2 posts explain a little what most likely happened: [url] / [url] (1 Hour ago)
They were probably pressured to make it honestly (2 Hours ago)
@Sdarts: I know, it's too much. I think I'm starting to understand why some of key people at Bioware left. They saw a shitstorm comin and they jumped ship. (2 Hours ago)
ME:A is a disgrace and disrespect to the ME franchise and everyone that worked on the first 3 games, and everyone that was/is a ME fan. (2 Hours ago)
But the really, truly worst part is the writing and dialogue. I'm no writer, not even an aspiring to be one, and I'm very confident I wouldn't write this badly. (2 Hours ago)
@MikeManiac61: I watched it a 2nd time, Jesus Fuck! What happened to BioWare? And most important, what the fuck happened with QA in gaming? I swear QA is the least desirable job in the gaming industry (2 Hours ago)