Bioware Archive

  • Dragon Age III Tease: First Concept Art and Early Details

    Dragon Age III Tease: First Concept Art and Early Details

    At the Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo earlier today, BioWare teased some early details and concept artwork for Dragon Age III: Inquisition. First, the concept art. You’re looking at it with lust in your eyes right now no doubt. It’s really gorgeous stuff. Not in-game […]

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  • Mass Effect Trilogy Compilation Arriving Just in Time for “N7 Day”

    Mass Effect Trilogy Compilation Arriving Just in Time for “N7 Day”

    Assassin’s Creed isn’t the only blockbuster franchise bundling up for a trilogy-sized compilation this holiday season. BioWare is joining the bundle party with Mass Effect Trilogy, a multi-disc collection containing Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, all wrapped up in a premium […]

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  • Enhanced Baldur’s Gate Remains Shut Until November

    Enhanced Baldur’s Gate Remains Shut Until November

    Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition was supposed to be coming out tomorrow. Sorry, classic role-players, but that ain’t happening any more. Overwhelmed by feedback, suggestions and the continued work on translations and the addition of new bonus features not found in the original release, Overhaul Games […]

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  • Dragon Age 3 Gets Frostbite

    Dragon Age 3 Gets Frostbite

    Today, BioWare has officially unveiled Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, due for release in late 2013 for undisclosed platforms. PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 are obviously expected, but a Wii U version should also be likely considering Mass Effect 3 is getting a launch-window port to […]

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  • BioWare Laces Up Mass Effect Sneakers for Pre-Sale

    BioWare Laces Up Mass Effect Sneakers for Pre-Sale

    Custom designed by Tweak Footwear, the N7 Armour Stripe sneakers, inspired by Mass Effect, are now available for pre-sale exclusively at the BioWare Store. Only 2,000 pairs of these Limited Edition kicks have been produced, and at a one-week $70 introductory price (discounted from $85) […]

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  • First Mass Effect 3 Wii U Screenshots and Content Details

    First Mass Effect 3 Wii U Screenshots and Content Details

    The first in-game screen grabs of Mass Effect 3 running on Nintendo’s Wii U answer a couple important questions: How does the game look? And how does it utilize that GamePad thingamajig? First, it looks fantastic, certainly on par with the other console versions. As […]

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  • Baldur’s Gate Returns With New Characters and Adventures in September

    Baldur’s Gate Returns With New Characters and Adventures in September

    Overhaul Games’ enhanced version of all-time fantasy RPG classic Baldur’s Gate has a launch date: September 18th. That date covers the Windows PC version, which is available for pre-purchase now as a no-client direct download from Beamdog at a cost of $19.99 (minus a $2 […]

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  • Fight for Humanity in Mass Effect 3: Earth

    Fight for Humanity in Mass Effect 3: Earth

    Mass Effect 3 continues to chug along with new multiplayer downloadable content. Next week will see the release of Earth, a free add-on featuring three new maps — London, Vancouver and Rio De Janeiro — a brand new squad of elite N7 playable characters, a […]

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  • Mass Effect 3 Takes Earth Back on Wii U

    Mass Effect 3 Takes Earth Back on Wii U

    The third chapter in BioWare’s epic Mass Effect trilogy is on tap for a release on Wii U this holiday season as a launch title. EA tucked a fact sheet in with the E3 press materials for the game, but it doesn’t provide any info […]

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  • Screenshot Saturday: LEGO Batman 2, Devil May Cry, and Sleeping Dogs in The Cave

    Screenshot Saturday: LEGO Batman 2, Devil May Cry, and Sleeping Dogs in The Cave

    Happy Memorial Day weekend, friends and readers of VGBlogger! I’m pooped after a long day of spring cleaning, which mainly consisted of about three hours of vacuuming in high humidity 90-degree heat, so I’m going to keep things short and sweet and let you proceed […]

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