Electronic Arts establishes a new studio in Los Angeles under the umbrella of Battlefield franchise developer DICE. The growing team includes key Medal of Honor devs and is tasked with delivering one of EA's three confirmed Star Wars games.
Electronic Arts is now locked into a multi-year partnership with Disney that will see some of the publisher's top studios delivering Star Wars games. Here are some of the Expanded Universe locations we'd like to see visited.
Electronic Arts will develop and publish Star Wars games aimed at core gamers across multiple genres and platforms. Meanwhile, Disney retains select rights "within the mobile, social, tablet, and online game categories."
Mass Effect 3 rounds the series, but the game lived on past the initial launch. It’s not just DLC, but ongoing community support, multiplayer and mobile add-ons that kept the game fresh and alive a year after launch.
Electronic Arts continues to trim the fat as it braces for the high cost of transitioning to new consoles like PlayStation 4. As a result of the publisher investing in new games like Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, smaller studios like Dragon…
In 2012, Electronic Arts and BioWare set the gaming industry ablaze with its divisive Mass Effect 3 story. Now it puts a final cap on that tale with Mass Effect 3: Citadel. Will Commander Shepard go out in style or will this last round of…
This morning the producers of Mass Effect 3 unveiled two new screenshots that are currently unrecognizable as part of the game. Does this suggest that more downloadable content is on the way for the BioWare roleplaying epic?
Dragon Age 3 writer David Gaider posted an essay lamenting the relationship between BioWare and it's increasingly hostile Internet audience. The studio has dramatically changed some of its games due to fan feedback in recent years. Will…
Star Wars: The Old Republic celebrates its first birthday with Rise of the Hutt Cartel, the first expansion for the MMO. BioWare is bringing a new planet and a new level cap to the game, but will it be enough to lure back lost players?
Star Wars: The Old Republic was reimagined as a free-to-play game on Nov. 15, but following poor reviews and fan dissatisfaction, developer BioWare has already what paying and non-paying customers get.