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  • BioWare likes the idea of downloadable “romance packs”

    BioWare has said it likes the idea of adding more relationship content to its games.

  • BioWare: More DLC in development for Mass Effect 2, Dragon Age

    More DLC on the way for Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age: Origins? Of course there is. We know because Ray Muzyka told VG247 US ed Stephany Nunneley at GDC yesterday.

  • “Plans for end game” in place for The Old Republic, says BioWare

    BioWare bossman Ray Muzyka has told VG247′s US editor Stephany Nunneley that plans for what happens after you finish Star Wars: The Old Republic are in place.

  • BioWare: ME2 will have enough DLC to satisfy players

    Bioware has said that it’s pretty confident the content it has coming up for Mass Effect 2 will keep fans happy until the next installment in the franchise is released.

  • Mass Effect, Dragon Age to get “long-term” support with “standalone products, expansion packs”

    When BioWare goes, it goes large. If you’re currently praying for another 40,000 hours of Dragon Age and Mass Effect content, fear not: Dr Ray’s got you covered.

  • Mass Effect 3 release window will be one that maximizes “quality”

    When Mass Effect 3′s released, it will be a release window that maximizes “quality” and “commercial success”, BioWare co-boss, Ray Muzyka has said.

  • “Our best work” is still to come, says BioWare

    Thought Mass Effect 2 was something special? BioWare’s best is yet to come, according to co-founder Ray Muzyka.

  • Dragon Age: Origins Queen of the Black Marsh video

    BioWare has released a teaser for its Awakening expansion for Dragon Age: Origins. It shows a dragon. A big magical dragon. The expansion hits in March. In the meantime, Return to Ostagar is slated for re-release next week after some fixes. If that’s not enough BioWare goodness for you, co-founder Ray Muzyka told Eurogamer today […]

  • BioWare to announce new games at E3, says Muzyka

    BioWare co-founder Ray Muzyka has told Eurogamer in a live-chat that it will be announcing new games at E3 this June.

  • A few PS3 titles in the works at BioWare, confirms Muzyka

    BioWare co-boss Ray Muzyka has told Eurogamer that there are a few games in the works at the developer for PS3.

  • BioWare: Return to Ostagar coming next week

    BioWare’s Ray Muzyka has revealed that the DLC for Dragon Age: Origins, Return to Ostagar, will be released on all formats next week.

  • BioWare might add co-op for future Mass Effect titles, says Muzyka

    BioWare bossman Ray Muzyka has hinted in an interview with Videogamer that co-op could become a feature for future Mass Effect/Dragon Age games. “Sure, we would consider it. We haven’t announced anything on that front yet, but those are interesting ideas. They could make a great gameplay experience. Whether we’ll do them or not remains […]

  • Muzyka: No nudity in DAO was an “artistic choice”

    BioWare’s CEO Ray Muzyka has revealed to Videogamer that the reason there was no nudity in Dragon Age: Origins was down to an “artistic choice”. “It’s an artistic choice by the development team. “We don’t constrain what they do. We don’t strive for gratuitous content. But we also ask the teams to choose a direction […]

  • PS3 Dragon Age no longer delayed [Update]

    Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuck just said in a live chat on the PS Blog that all three versions of Dragon Age: Origins will ship on November 3. Which is odd. Because EA said overnight that the PS3 version was to release on November 17. Whatever. Rejoice. Update: The official announcement’s here.

  • Live BioWare chat on PS Blog now

    BioWare co-founders, Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuck are answering reader questions live on the US PS Blog right now. This is all about Dragon Age, which releases over PS3, 360 and PC next month. Quick, before it ends.

  • Chat with Muzyka and Zeschuck on all things DAO tomorrow

    Want to talk to the good old doctors at BioWare that are Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuck? Tomorrow, you can. The EU PS Blog is holding a live Q&A sesh with the docs on all things Dragon Age: Origins. The live Q&A will be taking place here at 7pm BST, so make sure you get […]

  • BioWare still mum on Mass Effect for PS3

    Looks like BioWare is still staying mum on a PS3 version of Mass Effect. According to a recent interview with CVG, BioWare CEO Ray Muzyka never gave a definitive answer on the question that has been plaguing gamers since 2007 – why Mass Effect wasn’t released for PS3. “I think a more accurate way to […]

  • Dragon Age contains over 120 hours of play, says Muzyka

    Upcoming BioWare RPG Dragon Age is a seriously large videogame, studio chief Ray Muzyka has told VG247: one play-through cost him five entire days’ worth of time for only 90 percent completion. “On one of the play-throughs I spent 120 hours,” said the exec, speaking at GamesCom last week. “Two hours a day for 60 […]

  • Ray Muzyka Vs VG247 Vs GamesCom

    BioWare and Mythic boss Ray Muzyka is a pleasure to interview. Undoubtedly one of the most professional and ambitious execs in the global games trade, Muzyka heads up some of the world’s biggest core games projects in Mass Effect, Warhammer Online, Dragon Age and upcoming MMO behemoth, Star Wars: The Old Republic. He consistently uses […]

  • GamesCom: Dragon Age: Origins video shows Darkspawn

    A new Dragon Age: Origins video was shown by Ray Muzyka during EA’s press event today at GamesCom. We have it posted for you below the fold courtesy of BigDownload. The video reveals the origins of the Darkspawn and how the Grey Wardens were formed to fight back all the evil. Game’s out in November […]

  • GamesCom Day One: All the EA and Sony stuff in one post

    Day one is rounding up at GameCom and if you missed out on any of it, we’ve got you covered. It’s all here in one lovely post. From Peter Moore sporting shorts and chatting on stage with Katarina Vitt, to Ray Muzyka not giving us a Mass Effect 2 date – that was the EA […]

  • BioWare: Dragon Age user content on consoles; it’s a massively-single-player RPG

    BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk has said that because of the tool set included with the PC version of Dragon Age: Origins, he would like to see user created content from it carried over onto consoles. “We’ve a lot of DLC plans,” he told CVG (Via Joystiq). “There’s a slight difference on PC and console, because […]

  • Muzyka – Genres “almost a vestige of the past”

    RPG, shooter: what’s in a name? Not much any more, BioWare boss Ray Muzyka’s told Wired. “Genres are almost a vestige of the past,” he said. “In a way, a lot of the best shooters are RPGs as well, because they allow you to have progression, exploration, combat or conflict, and a story.” He added […]

  • New Mass Effect DLC will be “fun,” says Muzyka

    BioWare head Ray Muzyka’s told IGN that the please-just-frigging-announce-it second bit of Mass Effect DLC will emerge soon and is “fun” to play. Thank God for that. “We haven’t announced it formally yet but I think you can expect something in the next little while,” he said. “Probably some kind of announcement about [the ME […]

  • Zeschuk on BioWare and Mythic – “We’re not merged at all”

    BioWare co-head Greg Zeschuk has told Eurogamer that BioWare and Mythic are still two different entities, despite being pulled together into one EA group under Ray Muzyka’s leadership. “There absolutely is still BioWare and Mythic, we’re not merged at all,” he said, speaking in London last week. “That’s kind of how it all works. Ray […]

  • BioWare’s Muzyka: Natal is “a really powerful idea”

    BioWare boss Ray Muzyka has played with Natal and reckons it’s a go. “I got a demo of Project Natal before E3. So I got to check it out hands-on at EA with some other folks, and I thought it was pretty cool,” he told GI. !We didn’t get to go to the Microsoft or […]

  • Muzyka talks about the reorganization of BioWare and Mythic at EA

    BioWare co-founder Ray Muzyka has said that the reorganization at EA, putting him in partial charge of the newly formed MMO/RPRG group, has nothing to do with putting one studio above the other. Instead, it’s about combining forces to make things more efficient. “Structurally, each of the organizations remains intact. They’re working on the same […]

  • Mythic staffers “shocked” at Jacobs’ departure

    Mythic staff are apparently reeling from the news that company boss Mark Jacobs has left the building. “People are shocked and in disbelief about Mark leaving,” a former employee told Massively. “But they’re also excited to be working with BioWare. I can’t even fathom Mark leaving a company he loved so much, it was his […]

  • BioWare “intrigued” by Wii

    BioWare? On Wii? Not the most unlikely thing in the world. “We’d be intrigued by the idea of developing on Wii but we have nothing to announce right now,” BioWare boss Ray Muzyka told IndustryGamers. “We do have some unannounced projects that we’re not ready to talk about yet, and they are different from some […]

  • BioWare – 360, PS3 and PC all getting platform-specific Dragon Age controls

    Dragon Age: Origins is to have controls specifically designed for whichever of the game’s three platforms gamers choose to play on, BioWare has told VG247, meaning players should feel as though the title was made for their system. The fantasy RPG will release simultaneously for PC, 360 and PS3 later this year. “We’re really lovingly […]