Bioware

BioWare is a Canadian video game developer founded in February 1995 by newly graduated medical doctors Ray Muzyka, Greg Zeschuk, and Augustine Yip. BioWare is currently owned by American company Electronic Arts. The company specializes in role-playing video games, and became famous for launching highly praised and successful licensed franchises, Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. They proceeded to make several other successful games based on original IP: Jade Empire, the Mass Effect series, and the Dragon Age series. In 2011, BioWare launched their first MMORPG, Star Wars: The Old Republic.
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    • BioWare Considering ‘Mass Effect’ Remastered Trilogy

      A brand new Mass Effect game is still years away, but recent developments seem to indicate that BioWare is considering packaging the original Mass Effect trilogy into a remastered, seamless game for fans to play with in the meantime. Months ago there was reportedly an accidental leak by an online retailer, but it didn’t lead to any surprise announcements for a trilogy package ...

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    • Wot I Think: Dragon Age – Inquisition

      By Adam Smith on November 17th, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Dragon Age: Inquisition might just be my favourite game released this year. Considering my expectations and relationship with recent BioWare games, that’s about as likely as Saturday night’s soggy kebab being my favourite meal of the year. I’ve spent almost sixty hours uncovering as much of Inquisition’s enormous open world an ...

      Adam Smith/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 6 readers -
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  • Neoseeker's Holiday Gift Guide 2014: Xbox One

    … story and doesn't mind if it's told in rhyme Dragon Age: Inquisition Genre Action role-playing Developer BioWare Publisher Electronic Arts MSRP $59.99 USD Dragon Age: Inquisition certainly proved a pleasant surprise. Arriving on the heels of several controversial BioWare releases, Inquisition had a lot to make up for, particularly after the lukewarm…

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  • The Shadow Sun Available Now on Android

    … In a press release sent to Gaming Cypher this morning, developer Ossian Studios announced that The Shadow Sun is now available for Android. Burnaby, Canada— November 24, 2014— Ossian Studios Inc., founded by former BioWare producer and developer of top-quality role-playing games (RPGs), announced today that The Shadow Sun is available now…

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  • Dragon Age: Inquisition Benchmarked: Graphics And CPU Performance

    … As a long time fan of the series, our mobile editor Tim jumped at the opportunity to preview Dragon Age: Inquisition ahead of release last month. As with Kotaku's impression of the final release, Tim concluded that the fantasy RPG's third iteration is a must-play. Fortunately, that should be doable for most gamers with official recommended…

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  • Star Wars: The Old Republic - Shadow of Revan preview: sins of the past

    … Star Wars: The Old Republic - Shadow of Revan preview: sins of the past Star Wars: The Old Republic may not have pulled in all of the old-school Knights of the Old Republic players, but BioWare Austin is hoping to see more of the old crowd return for the game's latest expansion. An old friend is returning, but he's far from friendly this time…

    Ozzie Mejia/ Shacknews- 2 readers -
  • Dragon Age: Inquisition Holds Mass Effect Easter Egg

    … It seems Bioware enjoys melding their properties together for the fans as some keen observers have found a Mass Effect Easter Egg in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Over at Reddit, user LegendsNeverDie has come across an awesome Easter Egg that highlights the Krogan species from Mass Effect and puts them on display in a trophy room within Dragon Age…

    Anthony Decicco/ Attack of the Fanboy- 2 readers -
  • The Sunday Papers

    … By Graham Smith on November 23rd, 2014 at 11:00 am. Sundays are for a thousand different things, so it’s a short Papers this week. Back to regular service time, and there’s still plenty of fine words below. Half-Life 2 was 10-years-old this past week, causing a flood of remembrances. Eurogamer ran half a dozen articles, but if you have to read…

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  • How To Recreate ‘Game of Thrones’ Daenerys Targaryen in ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’

    … The annual fall rush might be winding down, but there are at least two highly anticipated games still left for 2014: Telltale Games’ takes on the Borderlands and Game of Thrones franchises. And while gamers have gotten already gotten a pretty good look at Tales from the Borderlands, Telltale’s been a lot cagier when it comes to releasing details…

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  • Radioface: In Praise Of Peculiar Protagonists

    …-hunk Mandalorian and alluring Asari they tend toward the photogenic. The gaggle of heroes in almost any given game usually approaches Young Adult fiction levels of handsomeness in the face of peril and, in BioWare games at least, they all tend to be similarly keen on romance even (ESPECIALLY) when there’s a war or an apocalypse happening right…

    Adam Smith/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -
  • Dragon Age Inquisition Co-Op Impressions and Videos

    … and glory. We'll have a full review of Dragon Age: Inquisition in the coming week or so, but for now, we wanted to give you our impressions of just the cooperative gameplay. The online co-op mode has been compared to what we saw in Mass Effect 3, another Bioware creation. And while they both sport four player online co-op, replayable levels, and a loot…

    Nick Puleo/ Co-Optimus- 3 readers -
  • Dragon Age Inquisition First Impressions

    …: the Inquisition. With the Inquisition once again enacted, hopefully you can fight the Chantry and the demons. From there, you venture out into the world to grow your party, bring in new recruits, gather supplies, and help stranded refugees. About 4 or 5 hours in, that’s the point I am at. Like any BioWare game, storyline takes center stage…

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  • Why Dragon Age: Inquisition Is The Most Fun In The Series

    … Speaking to Play, Bioware creative director Mike Laidlow said that the team has returned to something that they lost in the past with Dragon Age: Inquisition. “The big thing Inquisition does is set ‘play’ as a core priority,” said Laidlow. “Bioware has tended to focus on story and emotional engagement and we are still very much a narrative…

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