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Dragon Age writer David Gaider’s videogame musical Chorus hits its funding goal

It's time to face the music. It's time to light the lights. After a little under a month, Summerfall Studios' mythical murder mystery Chorus has been successfully funded on Fig and announced a suite of stretch goals to shoot for in the campaign's closing days. More than just another RPG with words from the bloke wot wrote Dragon Age, David Gaider, Chorus wants to be…

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Chorus is a musical murder mystery from Dragon Age writer David Gaider

Don't mess with secret worlds - they might just drag you into a song. Chorus, an adventure game from Dragon Age lead writer David Gaider might not look too extraordinary on the surface. A modern-fantasy RPG dealing with murderous plots and supernatural scheming? Vampire: The Masquerade, is that you? But Chorus has something up its sleeve - something that, if it pays off, could make…

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Former BioWare Writer David Gaider Joins Beamdog

Davey G, Davey G, where ever will your next job be? You've left BioWare - after 17 years writing there! - all footloose and fancy-free. Oh what a happy day, hip hip hooray, you've found a job at Beamdog! Should Hallmark wish to create a greetings card solely to mark former BioWare writer David Gaider joining fellow former BioChap Trent Oster's Beamdog, they can reach…

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Goodbye-O-Ware: Writer David Gaider Leaves BioWare

After seventeen years in the scribbler's hotseat, writer and designer David Gaider has left BioWare. Gaider joined the RPG-builders back in 1999, putting in some time on Baldur's Gate 2 before moving onto Knights of the Old Republic. His contributions to the Star Wars universe include snarky murderous human-hating droid HK-47 (a terrifying vision of our machine-doomed future presented as comic relief) and Carth Onasi,…

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Mass Affect: BioWare On Why It Won’t Give Up Romances

Romance in videogames is weird. For one, it's often handled in ways that range from awkward to downright offensive, and let's not even start on how deep the uncanny valley suddenly becomes when plasticine mannequin men/women start making goo-goo eyes at each other. But romance, relationships, and sex are fundamental parts of the human experience. They make and break people, peel back layers of personality…

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