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Should the next Mass Effect be a prequel or a sequel? BioWare wants to know

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Author: JC Marx  

Mass Effect executive producer Casey Hudson has hit Twitter asking his followers if the next ME, in development at BioWare Montreal, should be set before or after the events of the Mass Effect Trilogy.

Should the next Mass Effect be a prequel or a sequel? BioWare wants to know

Specifically, Hudson tweeted: "Parsing through your thoughts on the next #ME game. Would you be more interested in a game that takes place before the trilogy, or after?"

So, what do you think? Which era most interests you, pre- or post-Reapers? Personally, I would like to see a new trilogy set after the events of Mass Effect 3, as it can be difficult to to tell a compelling story and keep an audience engaged when we already know what's going to happen.

Source: @CaseyDHudson

Posted on: 11/20/2012 | ? Comments
Tags: Mass Effect, ME, ME3, Mass Effect Trilogy, BioWare, Electronic Arts, Casey Hudson, prequel, sequel, precuela, secuela, Video Game News
JC Marx

Cutting his gaming teeth at Aladdin's Castle and on the Commodore 64, JC entered into video game journalism in 2008. Helping run GameDynamo as its director is both a dream and a rewarding challenge.

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