Michael is back with one of his favorite Western RPGs of all time on this week’s Retro Game Friday. It’s Knights of the Old Republic.
Dragon Age: Inquisition builds upon many of the traditions that made the series so beloved, but also charts its own course in new and sometimes surprising ways.
BioWare unveiled Shadow Realms, at Gamescom 2014, during the EA press briefing. Coming to PC, Shadow Realms is an action RPG, pitting four players against one. BioWare is the creator of the incredibly successful Mass Effect and the Dragon Age series and released a number teaser trailers in the lead-up to Gamescom. Lead game designer at BioWare James Ohlen says on the Shadow Realms website, “Shadow Realms has its genesis in old school Dungeons & Dragons. When I first started designing BioWare RPGs back in the 90s, what drove me creatively was the desire to give players the experience I had while … Continue reading Shadow Realms Trailer from BioWare Hits Gamescom
After launching on the iPad earlier this year, Knights of the Old Republic is now a universal app available on both the iPad and the iPhone! Long-time fans and new players alike can expect the complete KOTOR experience with enhanced touch screen controls. The game can be found on the iTunes store, currently for $4.99, right here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/star-wars-knights-old-republic/id611436052?mt=8 Publishers: Aspyr Developers: Bioware Platforms: iPhone/iPad
Tor Books, an imprint of Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, the largest publisher of science fiction in the world-and BioWare, a division of Electronic Arts, are excited to announce the fourth novel in the award-winning Dragon Age fantasy RPG franchise. Patrick Weekes, senior writer at BioWare, will pen Dragon Age: The Masked Empire for April 2014 publication. Journey into the darkest and deadliest part of Orlais, where the weight of titles matters less than the strength of blades Publishers: Tor Books Developers: Bioware
BioWare and LucasArts have released Part 1 in the ‘making of’ video series for Star Wars: The Old Republic’s new Digital Expansion ‘ Rise of the Hutt Cartel! Join lead writer Hall Hood and lead concept artist Ryan Dening as they provide an inside look at creating the new exciting planet Makeb. Publishers: EA Games, LucasArts Developers: Bioware Platforms: PC
Prepare for the Reckoning! New found allies join the multiplayer war for survival in Mass Effect 3: Reckoning. The Geth Juggernaut, Cabal Vanguard, Talon Mercenary, Alliance Infiltration Unit, and more take up arms to stop the Reaper threat. Smash your enemies with the Biotic Hammer as you lay waste to the battlefield as the Krogan Warlord. Mass Effect 3: Reckoning launches at no additional cost worldwide on February 26th on Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3 (February 27th on PlayStation 3 in Europe). Publishers: EA Games Developers: Bioware Platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
The Free-to-Play option is now live! Step into the Star Wars universe and play a role in the ongoing battle as you start your own personal saga. Play now as a Jedi, a Sith, a Bounty Hunter or as one of many other iconic Star Wars roles up to Level 50 for free. Watch ‘A Galaxy of Possibilities’ and see the action-packed adventure that awaits you in Star Wars: The Old Republic! Publishers: EA Games Developers: Bioware Platforms: PC
BioWare, a studio of Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), and LucasArts announced today that the new, Free-to-Play option for the critically-acclaimed, massively multiplayer online game, Star Wars: The Old Republic is now live. Now players can experience the complete storylines of all eight iconic Star Wars classes, all the way to level 50 for free. This new option complements the existing subscription offering, providing players with maximum flexibility in how they choose to experience Star Wars: The Old Republic. ‘We want to give our players the freedom to enjoy Star Wars: The Old Republic when and how they want,’ said Matthew Bromberg, … Continue reading Star Wars: The Old Republic Goes Free To Play
Developer Casey Hudson confirms that he and his team are working on Mass Effect 4. And he’s asking for fan input. So far responses range from space combat to disabled support to more cowbell. You can see the post and join in the online fun to help make the game great. Publishers: EA Games Developers: Bioware