Our Xbox crew analyzes what Casey Hudson's return to BioWare means for the future of the studio. Plus: Kingdom Hearts 3 release date discussion and more!
BioWare general manager, Aaryn Flynn, has officially stepped down from running the company and has departed ways from the studio after 17 years of working at BioWare. In a surprising twist, the former director of Mass Effect is taking over Flynn's duties of running the studio.
BioWare Canada is going through some major personnel changes in the immediate future. The role of general manager is getting a shakeup as the studio's de facto head is leaving and a familiar face is returning. In two separate posts on...Show More Summary
BioWare is losing one general manager and gaining another. In a pair of blog posts on the studio’s site, current GM Aaryn Flynn announced his plans to leave the developer, while Casey Hudson revealed that’s he’s coming back to take that role. Casey Hudson left BioWare three years ago, later joining Microsoft and working on mixed […]
In a somewhat surprising move, Casey Hudson is returning to BioWare to head the studio as general manager as it moves forward on its new IP Anthem. He replaces former GM Aaryn Flynn, who is moving on to other endeavors. Hudson, who left...Show More Summary
BioWare Edmonton general manager Aaryn Flynn is departing the studio and will be replaced by Mass Effect series producer Casey Hudson, who is returning after leaving the studio in 2014. Aaryn Flnn announced today he was leaving after 17 years with the studio, and Casey Hudson would return to BioWare Edmonton to take on the […]
A few years ago, BioWare legend Casey Hudson joined Microsoft Studios to help develop experiences for HoloLens. Taking up the mantle of Creative Director, Casey Hudson joined Microsoft and even relocated to Redmond to help the company develop experiences for what is now known as Windows Mixed Reality. Show More Summary
Casey Hudson has left Microsoft and rejoined BioWare as General Manager. He’s going to replace Aaryn Flynn who took over the role while Casey Hudson went to Microsoft. There, he was working on Windows Mixed Reality but considering that...Show More Summary
BioWare's general manager Aaryn Flynn is leaving the acclaimed RPG studio after 17 years with the company. His departure comes roughly four months after the launch of Mass Effect Andromeda, a game that debuted to lackluster sales and disappointing critical reception. Show More Summary
Shake-up comes during a time of transition for the Anthem developer.
Strange things are afoot at Mass Effect and Dragon Age studio BioWare. Mass Effect's former creative director, Casey Hudson, is leaving his spot at Microsoft and will return to Edmonton to lead the studio, as general manager Aaryn Flynn has announced he's stepping down. Show More Summary
Casey Hudson, director of the original Mass Effect trilogy, returns shortly after BioWare announced its newest game, Anthem.
BioWare and Electronic Arts are attempting to reach out and gather up more players by releasing a free 10 hour trial for Mass Effect: Andromeda. The trial is available right now and will be available throughout the rest of summer and into the fall.
It’s no secret that Mass Effect: Andromeda has been one of the most poorly received major game releases of this year. Although the Mass Effect series is one loved by many, its developers over at BioWare truly messed up this one. The game hasn’t been that popular among players ever since the first ever teaser trailer dropped. Show More Summary
The company behind a number of overhauls of classic Bioware, Black Isle, and Obsidian titles would like to finish its work and release an updated Icewind Dale II -- but nobody can find the source code. The post Nobody Knows What Happened to the Source Code for Icewind Dale 2 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
PC gamers lament and complain incessantly about DRM; it's the bane of existence for some gamers. Despite complaints most new games launch with debilitating or performance-crippling DRM or anti-tamper measures. Well, BioWare decided to cut some fans some slack by removing the DRM in Mass...
On July 6, BioWare released a new update for the PC version of Mass Effect: Andromeda. The release notes at the time indicated that the patch was going to focus primarily on improving facial animations and stability, along with numerous other issues. Show More Summary
Mass Effect: Andromeda launched back in March to fierce criticism of its facial animations. Four months later, BioWare is still issuing patches to fix them. The worst animation bugs were fixed quickly - that gun being the wrong way round, for example, along with Foster Addison looking like a shop window dummy and some of the weirder Ryder gurns. Show More Summary
The hubbub surrounding single-player DLC for Mass Effect: Andromeda has been the topic of discussion these last few weeks, but BioWare and EA are hoping to change the discussion by centering on something a little more multiplayer focused... such as some brand new playable aliens.
BioWare is bringing a classic Mass Effect race to the Andromeda galaxy. Take your skills to the next level. Platinum Difficulty is coming to APEX Multiplayer. pic.twitter.com/RbqH0PrQjo — Mass Effect (@masseffect) July 4, 2017 We’re still not quite sure what’s happening with Mass Effect: Andromeda’s single-player DLC, but it’s clear that multiplayer updates are full […]