List of BioWare video games

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BioWare is a Canadian video game developer based in Edmonton, Alberta.[1] It was founded in 1995 by Ray Muzyka, Greg Zeschuk, and Augustine Yip.[2] They signed a partnership with American publisher Interplay Productions to get investment and development resources for their first game Shattered Steel,[2] a mech simulation action game released in 1996.[3] The game was a modest success, but BioWare's second title, Baldur's Gate (1998), achieved overwhelming critical praise and defined the company's future direction.[1][2] A role-playing video game (RPG) based on Dungeons & Dragons, Baldur's Gate sold more than two million copies and became the most successful Dungeons & Dragons game ever at the time.[1][2] Two years later, the studio released an acclaimed sequel Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn, which along with the use of BioWare game engines in RPGs such as Planescape: Torment (1999) and Icewind Dale (2000) helped propel the studio to the forefront of the computer RPG genre.[1][2] Interplay was suffering financially by the early 2000s, so BioWare collaborated with publisher Infogrames to release their next Dungeons & Dragon-based RPG Neverwinter Nights (2002).[1]

BioWare was given the opportunity to work on another popular intellectual property, Star Wars, when LucasArts approached them at the turn of the millennium.[4] Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic released first on Microsoft's Xbox video game console in 2003.[4] While it was not BioWare's first console game, it helped the studio break into the console market since Microsoft Game Studios wanted to partner with them on console exclusive titles, such as Jade Empire (2005) and Mass Effect (2007).[4][5][6] In March 2006, BioWare expanded their operations and opened a new studio in Austin, Texas, to helm the development of a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG).[7] In October 2007, American publisher Electronic Arts (EA) announced that it had acquired BioWare.[8] Under EA, BioWare established the fantasy RPG series Dragon Age, continued to release games in their science fiction RPG series Mass Effect, and opened a new studio in Montreal.[9][10][11] They also revisited the Star Wars franchise with BioWare Austin's MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic (2011).[12][13]

In the early 2010s, EA restructured and rebranded several of its other studios under the BioWare label, including Mythic Entertainment and Victory Games which respectively became BioWare Mythic and BioWare Victory.[14][15] New games from these studios were announced as BioWare projects,[16][15] but they were cancelled and the studios shut down in the following years.[17][18] In September 2012, co-founders Muzyka and Zeschuk announced their retirement and departure from BioWare.[19] Following the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda in 2017, BioWare Montreal was merged into an EA's Motive Studios.[11]

Games[edit]

All games developed by BioWare Edmonton, except where noted.

TitleDetails

Original release dates:[3][20]
  • NA: 27 September 1996
  • EU: September 1996
Release years by system:
Notes:



Original release dates:[23][24][25][26]
  • NA: 21 December 1998
  • EU: December 1998
  • AU: Q1 1999
  • JP: 30 January 1999
Release years by system:
Notes:



Original release dates:[32][33]
  • NA: 31 March 2000
  • EU: 12 May 2000
Release years by system:
Notes:
  • Science fiction action-adventure game[32]
  • Originally published by Interplay Entertainment[32]
  • PlayStation 2 version received enhancements and was renamed to MDK 2: Armageddon[37]
  • Wii release and MDK2 HD developed by Overhaul Games/Beamdog[36][38]



Original release dates:[39][40][41][42]
  • NA: 21 September 2000
  • AU: 28 September 2000
  • EU: 29 September 2000
  • JP: 11 October 2000
Release years by system:
Notes:
  • Fantasy role-playing game[41]
  • Set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of Dungeons & Dragons[41][43]
  • Based on Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd edition ruleset[44]
  • Originally published by Interplay Entertainment[39]
  • Throne of Bhaal expansion released in June 2001[45]
  • Enhanced Edition developed by Overhaul Games/Beamdog and released in 2013[46]



Original release dates:[47][48][49][50]
  • NA: 18 June 2002
  • EU: 28 June 2002
  • AU: 3 July 2002
  • JP: 20 March 2003
Release years by system:
Notes:



Original release dates:[59][60][61]
  • NA: 16 July 2003
  • EU: 12 September 2003
  • AU: 19 September 2003
Release years by system:
Notes:



Original release dates:[66][67][68]
  • NA: 12 April 2005
  • EU: 22 April 2005
  • AU: 19 May 2005
  • JP: 16 June 2005
Release years by system:
Notes:



Original release dates:[74][75][76]
  • NA: 20 November 2007
  • AU: 22 November 2007
  • EU: 23 November 2007
  • JP: 21 May 2009
Release years by system:
Notes:



Original release dates:[79][80][81][82]
  • AU: 25 September 2008
  • EU: 26 September 2008
  • NA: 30 September 2008
  • JP: 6 August 2009
Release years by system:
2008 – Nintendo DS[81]
Notes:



Original release date:[83]
  • WW: 22 June 2009
Release years by system:
2009 – iOS[83]
Notes:



Original release dates:[85][86][87]
  • NA: 3 November 2009
  • AU: 5 November 2009
  • EU: 6 November 2009
  • JP: 27 January 2011
Release years by system:
2009 – Mac OS X, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360[85][88]
Notes:
  • Fantasy role-playing game[28]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[85]
  • Downloadable content released following launch[89]
  • Awakening expansion released in March 2010[90]



Original release dates:[91][92][93]
  • NA: 26 January 2010
  • AU: 28 January 2010
  • EU: 29 January 2010
  • JP: 13 January 2011
Release years by system:
  • 2010 – Windows, Xbox 360[91]
  • 2011 – PlayStation 3[94]
Notes:



Original release dates:[97][98][99]
  • NA: 8 March 2011
  • AU: 10 March 2011
  • EU: 11 March 2011
  • JP: 2 February 2012
Release years by system:
2011 – Mac OS X, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360[98]
Notes:
  • Fantasy action role-playing game[100]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[97]
  • Downloadable content released following launch[101]


Dragon Age Legends

Original release date:[102]
  • WW: 16 March 2011
Release years by system:
2011 – Web browser[102][103]
Notes:
  • Social network role-playing game[102][103]
  • Developed by BioWare San Francisco[103]



Original release dates:[12][104]
  • NA: 20 December 2011
  • EU: 20 December 2011
  • AU: 1 March 2012
  • AS: 1 March 2012
Release years by system:
2011 – Windows[105]
Notes:



Original release dates:[108]
  • NA: 6 March 2012
  • AU: 8 March 2012
  • EU: 9 March 2012
  • JP: 15 March 2012
Release years by system:
2012 – PlayStation 3, Wii U, Windows, Xbox 360[108][109]
Notes:



Cancellation date:[17]
29 March 2013
Proposed system release:
Windows[16]
Notes:



Cancellation date:[18]
29 October 2013
Proposed system release:
Windows[15]
Notes:
  • During development, project design shifted from a standard real-time strategy game (RTS) to a free-to-play, multiplayer-focused RTS rebranded as Command & Conquer[18]
  • Set in the Command & Conquer universe[18]
  • Developed by BioWare Victory[15]
  • Planned to be published by Electronic Arts[15]



Original release dates:[112][113][114]
  • NA: 18 November 2014
  • AU: 20 November 2014
  • EU: 21 November 2014
  • JP: 27 November 2014
Release years by system:
2014 – PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One[112]
Notes:
  • Fantasy action role-playing game[115][116]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[112]
  • Downloadable content released following launch[117]



Cancellation date:[118]
9 February 2015
Proposed system release:
2017 – PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One[119]
Notes:



Original release dates:[119][120]
  • NA: 21 March 2017
  • EU: 23 March 2017
  • AU: 23 March 2017
Release years by system:
2017 – PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One[119]
Notes:
  • Science fiction action role-playing game[121]
  • Developed by BioWare Montreal[122]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[119]



Proposed release date(s):[123]
March 2019
Proposed system release:
2019 – PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One[124]
Notes:
  • Science fiction action role-playing game[124][125]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[124]


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