While working at Bioware, Casey Hudson made his name as the director of Mass Effect 3, though he left the studio in August last year. Today, Microsoft announced that he will be joining the company as its new creative director.
Casey Hudson, project director on games like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the whole friggin' Mass Effect series, has left BioWare. Most recently he was heading up a new series for the role-playing powerhouse. Damn.
The Mass Effect 3 ending—one of the year's biggest video game controversies—will be getting more content when the Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut DLC hits next week. But, with all the fan outrage and protests that have come and gone, that series' executive producer apparently knows that it's not going to make everyone…
Casey Hudson, the executive producer of Mass Effect 3, responded yesterday to the boiling-over outrage of longtime fans of the series disappointed in the game's conclusion.
In this very special episode of BioWare Pulse, Mass Effect 3 executive producer Casey Hudson explains the game's co-op multiplayer system just like he did on Monday, only with pictures. Who doesn't love pictures?
Mass Effect 3 executive producer Casey Hudson dropped this rendering of new team member James Vega, as a community reward celebrating his 10,000th Twitter follower. Whoever's No. 10,000, thank you for that.
We are 8 months from Mass Effect 3's release and still unaddressed is one critical detail everyone expects the trilogy will at last reveal: the unmasking of Tali.
If you like Mass Effect for its blockbuster bits—the explosions, the futuristic set pieces involving giant alien machines, the narrow escapes—this trailer is for you. It represents the Mass Effect 3 moments that might draw in the people who don't play role-playing games.
With the promise of more fluid combat, vicious melee attacks, tougher enemies and a nimbler Commander Shepard, Mass Effect 3 is shaping up to be the game Bioware says will be definitive Mass Effect experience.
Mass Effect developer Casey Hudson's announcement less than a day ago that same-sex romances would be given fuller and more explicit articulation in Mass Effect 3 has unsurprisingly ignited a spark among many followers of the franchise.
Mass Effect 3 executive producer Casey Hudson spoke with UK magazine Xbox World, divulging some mid-production intel about Shepard and company. The info is scattershot; little pieces of unconnected details about many different aspects of the game. Still, they help to create a larger picture of BioWare's vision for the…
Developer BioWare has revealed some fascinating statistics mined from players of Mass Effect 2. Unsurprising may be the fact that 80% of players chose a male Commander Shepard for their avatar. Perhaps unbelievable is how long some played the thing.
BioWare's sci-fi role-playing game trilogy Mass Effect looks like it will end on a lighter note than previous entries, a Return of the Jedi to Mass Effect 2's Empire Strikes Back, instilled with more fun, lightness and humor.
Aside from the lack of homosexual characters, I had the chance to ask Mass Effect 2 project lead Casey Hudson at last month's GDC about one thing my friends (both male and female) and I have noticed when we first got the game: Miranda's ridiculously tight outfit.