- Jan 19, 2011
I concur. I rather like his novels, I finished reading "Revan" recently and at least for those who played and loved Kotor & Kotor 2 it's a great story (also I can not for my life understand why they didn't let him write "ME Deception", now they will have to remake the book cause it had so many flaws).darth gditch said:Awww.I rather liked his work.
He wasn't Tolkein or Asimov or anything like that, but he did write entertaining novels and scripts. And damnit if Mass Effect isn't my favorite sci-fi universe, so kudos to you, Drew.
You should note however that mr. Karpshyn said he may "focus more on his novels in the future" so I think we will get more books from him yet. Allthough since the doesn't work for Bioware anymore he probably won't write any novels taking place in their gameworlds, which is sad.
Bioware's future is mostly dependent on EA so loosing one writer, even the lead writer, probably won't make much difference. If EA keeps on with their retarded DRM systems, rushing games out on the market half made, releasing the other half of it in DLC packs togheter with another dozen minior DLC:s...well if they keep this up Bioware is going to loose many fans.
PS. Please tell me this is a fucking april fools joke or something; http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2012/01/23/mass-effect-figures-include-mass-effect-3-dlc.aspx