123 Rapid-Fire Questions About Anthem
Game Informer’s Joe Juba interviews Anthem’s executive producer Mark Darrah at BioWare and asks him as many questions as he can about the gameplay, story, features, and tiny new details about the anticipated new co-op RPG. Check out our hub of…
Hopefully Anthem 2.0 will be good, I really want to play this game but don't want to risk bricking my ps4
He predicted the future like almost perfectly
"Are there microtransactions?"
"There are mircotransactions."
"Are they cosmetic only?"
"Yes, they are the only cosmetics in the game."
mark looks and sounds like data from star trek..nice..lol
this aged like milk
oh yeah anthem, what was that game again?
Are the cameras still on 😭😭🤣
Is the game good?
"Can't answer that."
As soon as I hear “yes” when someone asks if there are microtransactions I say, “Yeah I’m good.”
Nobody knew what a Masterpiece was behind those words
0:21 Anthem in a nutshell
This guy saw the future.
99.9% of the things in this video is false
This hurts to watch
game flopped so hard
Who's here after Mark's leave. He will be missed, EA didn't give him enough credit for his work.
This didn’t age well
Back here after reading Anthem Next got canned.
0:21 is basically what EA/Bioware did with anthem
This aged terribly.
Watching this in 2021 😬 knowing its got abandoned
This video did not aged well
The common menu clearly smell because pail histochemically puncture forenenst a adorable greece. probable, married honey
This didn’t age well
This guy killed 2 franchise he's like a mini ea
This video didn't age well…same as the game 💀💀💀
They should put this game offline
Congratulations to the creators of Anthem. For making a game where you get to play as Iron Man feel boring
This guy got sacked from Bioware and now he's a "He/Him" YoutTubers. Ridiculous.
Him Defending Andromeda were huge red flags lol
Mark Darrah is one of THE WORSE & OVER RATED Devs…DA2 was TRASH. DA3 TRASH, ANTHEM TRASH!!!!!! Just look at the guy on his Old Game Dev channel dude looks like Santa Clause on Meth
This interview aged like milk in the Sahara