Bioware brought a lot more planets, combat, exploration and mechanics to the table this time around, but more isn't always better. There may be no stronger case for keeping things simple than Mass Effect Andromeda.
It was on this day in 2007 that we first stepped into the boots of our own Commander Shepherd and began an epic conquest to save the galaxy.
It was in 2009 on this day that Dragon Age: Origins was released, marking the start of a transition from the pure, tactical RPG gameplay Bioware was known for into a more cinematic and action-oriented generation of Bioware games.
On January 18, 2010, millions of gamers were shocked, as BioWare killed Commander Shepard in the opening scenes of what is arguably one of the best action-RPGs of its generation, Mass Effect 2.
Electronic Arts and California's Great America theme park are partnering up to create a 4D, Mass Effect-themed attraction.
You'll get to see that Iron Bull love scene one more time in Dragon Age: Inquisition's upcoming Game of the Year Edition.
The talented author that created the universe of Mass Effect has returned to BioWare, which is just in time to help pen its fourth entry.
After stopping Corypheus and the rifts from ravaging Thedas, BioWare is hitting us with Trespasser, the official epilogue for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
BioWare's next downloadable content expansion for Dragon Age: Inquisition will venture into the Deep Roads beneath Thedas in 'The Descent.'
A disclaimer on BioWare's official website for Dragon Age: Inquisition claims that all future DLC will be for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC versions only.