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Bioware probably developing an original IP


9:00 AM on 11.23.2009
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Shocker: Bioware might be developing an original IP.

According to once-Bioware producer Daniel Roy’s Linked In profile, the studio was working on an “unreleased original IP” between the January 2008 and June 2009. Roy was a senior producer on the project.

We assume that the IP is still being developed, but haven’t the slightest idea what it is, when it could hit shelves, be teased, or even be announced. We do know, though, that sugar free jam on low carb, chemically twisted toast served alongside a cup of steaming black coffee is a great way to start a morning.

[via Eurogamer, Super Annuation]






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