BioWare Co-Founders Dr. Greg Zeschuk and Dr. Ray Muzyka Retire
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After the great news that Dragon Age III was officially on the way, a bit of surprising news is being reported.

Dr. Greg Zeschuk and Dr. Ray Muzyka, the pair who co-founded BioWare together back in 1995, have decided to step down from their position as heads of the company. It appears that both gentlemen have decided that it’s simply time to move on to the next chapter of their life, and it doesn’t look as though video games are a part of either of their plans.

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BioWare Says ‘Mass Effect’ Will Continue, But Without Commander Shepard
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The Mass Effect trilogy is an incredible video game achievement (assuming you’re assuming that Mass Effect 3 will be as insanely good as everyone else is assuming it will be), but it doesn’t end with the third game in the series, which is set to hit shelves on March 6, 2012.

Speaking to PC Gamer at Gamescom recently, BioWare co-founder Dr. Ray Muzyka talked about the continuation of the series after Mass Effect 3. When asked if this was the end, Muzyka said “Not at all, no. We have ambitious plans to continue this franchise going forward. Mass Effect 3 is simultaneously a couple of different things: a thrilling and epic conclusion to the trilogy as we promised our fans we’d provide for Commander Shepard, but it’s also a brand new beginning – it’s an entry point for new fans and it’s also a brand new beginning.”

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BioWare Aiming To Combine The Best Of Two Worlds For ‘Dragon Age 3’
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If there’s one thing that Mass Effect and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic game studio BioWare doesn’t get enough credit for, it’s taking what their fans say to heart, and using that feedback to try and improve future installments of their various franchises.

This commendable effort doesn’t always pay off, however, as was the case with Dragon Age 2, the follow–up to their awesome fantasy title, Dragon Age: Origins. While the game had a lot of positives to offer and was still a solid play, some things were just too distracting to ignore, such as a mind–boggling amount of recycled locations and a combat system that “evolved” from strategic and satisfying to an chaotic mess of button–mashing madness (if you were a warrior, anyway).

When it comes to Dragon Age 3, the game isn’t even officially announced yet, but that’s not stopping BioWare from planning ahead and figuring how to make it the best in the series.

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