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5 Game Series that Need a Star... as Executive Producer!

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Author: Dante' R. Maddox  

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4. Mass Effect Series: Executive Produced by James Cameron

5 Game Series that Need a Star... as Executive Producer! - James Cameron

As good as the Mass Effect series has been, I've always felt like the game seemed narrow in some respects. There are issues where the play mechanics have an adverse effect on the story, which is troubling. What the series needs is a spectacle, a game that leaves you winded by its expansive nature, but that's still familiar and timeless.

Mass Effect 3

Enter James Cameron, the man who has directed some of the biggest movies of all time and made them work so well that you enjoy the film despite how unlikely or even stupid the plot is. Mr. Cameron was born to produce a video game where the nonsensical is common place. Now that Shepard has had his run, Cameron could open the door for adventures in the expanded universe and literally blow our minds with the colossal scope of a whole universe to play with.

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Posted on: 10/25/2012 | ? Comments
Tags: Executive Producers, Directors, Dead Space, Mass Effect, Red Dead Redemption, Dragon Age, Grand Theft Auto, Productores, Directores
Dante' R. Maddox

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