Origins wants a remaster, and its compelling motive is the nipples of a slimy ghoul

the culture of remaster either remake is one so settled in this entertainment medium that talking about a reissue of classics, and not so classics, no longer scales us. However, and although a remaster of Dragon Age: Origins sounds phenomenal, there are no intentions (at least that we know of) to release it for sale, but its screenwriter is clear why should be done: for the nipples.

Narrative writer and designer david gaider It is clear to him, perhaps too much for some, but those who worked on Inquisition, Dragon Age 2 or even Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn, want “extra realistic slimy nipples“Yes, he has not said it so lightly, and it is that this response to a player comes from a first stone that Gaider threw into the air, and it is none other than a remaster of the entire game.

Of course, apart from the people who seek to get some detail of this game out of the writer, in case a remaster from him, they wanted him to explain his point of view. Beyond the obvious improved visual sectionbecause it ensures that the original game was behind even in its generation, the writer seems to have only one thing on his mind: sexual content.

“Look, all I want is for the Morrigan to not have the shoulders of a linebacker (Football player) and that the sex scenes do not look like someone beating two puppets and yelling ‘kiss you'”. Given this, some players took the opportunity to pull the scriptwriter’s tongue with the nude game ghoulhe teased that “think about it: extra-realistic slimy nipple textures.”

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It might not be the best way to hype a Dragon Age: Origins reissue, should it ever come to fruition, but it seems that for David Gaider, that’s enough to justify it. Whether it arrives or not, what we do know is that the future of BioWare goes through Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and mass effect 4although we hardly know a detail about the latter.