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Monday, 29 November 2010 09:47

Too many good computer games out there

Written by Nick Farell
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Bioware moans
BioWare's co-founder Ray Muzyka has been moaning that there are too many games on the market these days.

Muzyka said that the worst part about growing up is that you inevitably will have less time to play videogames. He said that he had to play everything just to stay current with what the videogame industry is producing.

He said that it was bad that the industry is so good. "There's too many games released today," Muzyka replied. "It's very, very busy, it makes it very hard as a player to keep up."

He has to play Bioware games, competitor's games, play other relevant games, and play the handful of games we just really want to play more of and finish," he continued. "I try and play two-or three hours a night, but that's hard and it's not enough."

It was not as if they were being flooded with mediocre games either. Most of them are really good and that is even before you start looking at them on their online versions.

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