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The Legacy of our beloved RPG developer

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The Legacy of our beloved RPG developer

Company News - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Wed 27 January 2010, 11:28:45

Tags: BioWare

IGN comprehensively sums up the history of Codex favorite developer : BioWare.

It seems like BioWare is unstoppable. Very soon, we'll all be sinking our teeth into Mass Effect 2, easily BioWare's most anticipated game to date, and the third installment is already well underway. Star Wars: The Old Republic, BioWare's massively multiplayer follow-up to its previous LucasArts collaboration, is poised to be perhaps the first MMO to take a major bite out of Blizzard. And the Dragon Age saga is just getting started.
Much of BioWare's enduring success is owed to its founders' foresight. Even when they were basement upstarts, unsure if they'd ever finish their first game and still working day jobs, they were always thinking ahead to their next move. Now, with 500 employees across three studios in two countries, BioWare has the resources to realize some very high ambitions. As long as the developer continues to build on its accomplishments, refining its games rather than starting from scratch, it could be a very long time before they ever get a taste of failure.

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