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BioWare broke Project Zulu
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BioWare broke Project Zulu

BioWare on par with Electronic Arts decided to play a bit with us. Closed version of Xbox Live Marketplace, which is accessed only have the developers and the elected representatives of the press, supplemented with two episodes of some Project Zulu. Also on the list of projects appear on two test DLC for it. Episode One signed by the phrase ?«Too Many Cooks: Spoil

Closed version of Xbox Live Marketplace, which is accessed only have the developers and the elected representatives of the press, supplemented with two episodes of some Project Zulu. Also on the list of projects appear on two test DLC for it. Episode One signed by the phrase ?«Too Many Cooks: Spoil the Broths?». According to the developers, Project Zulu beyond our wildest imaginations. Actually, the way it is. See for yourself, here`s a description: ?«BioWare pleased to announce its new adventure project - the fantasy action / adventure game with elements of RPG, which takes place in space`. Comes to mind only one thing: a monster that appeared to light as a result of a casual connection with Dragon Age Mass Effect. Only in this way, and nothing else. In any case, BioWare and Electronic Arts know that the information is relatively freely available. Therefore, the options have only two: either the developers just make fun of us or really set the stage for the announcement of its new project

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