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|Description|| To celebrate the studio's milestone, BioWare announced their 20 year anniversary through their official Twitter account and is encouraging Runescape players to share their most memorable moments spent playing BioWare titles.Throughout the years, the developers at BioWare have brought the world several highly regarded Runescape games. From Baldur's Gate and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, to more recent franchises such as the Mass Effect and Dragon Age series, BioWare titles have provided role-playing fans with many hours of gaming enjoyment. Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)In addition to working on new installments of their already loved titles like Mass Effect, BioWare also continues to release new properties to give Runescape players access to fresh new worlds and experiences that come together using BioWare's signature story-telling. In fact, while BioWare is hard at work developing the next Mass Effect game for current-gen platforms, a different team has started a new undisclosed project.BioWare isn't just looking ahead to their future titles however. Not ones to leave their fans without the hope for additional content after initially launching a title, the developer is also committed to showing continued support for Runescape games that have already been released. For example, BioWare is still giving fans of Star Wars: The Old Republic new experiences years after the MMO was first launched.In addition to developing a new expansion for The Old Republic later this year, BioWare also continues to give Dragon Age fans things to look forward to. Despite the fact that Dragon Age: Inquisition was released last year, fans of the fantasy title are still getting new content from BioWare. The developer just recently added a new batch of playable multiRunescape player characters to Dragon Age: Inquisition's co-op mode alongside a free title update that added new features to the title's story-based campaign. Dragon Age: Inquisition (Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, PS4, PS3)As the Inquisitr recently reported, Cheap RS Gold BioWare has even reassured fans that they still aren't done adding new features to the Runescape game. However, Dragon Age: Inquisition creative director Mike Laidlaw has frequently pointed out that the developer isn't able to discuss their future plans at this time. So for now, Runescape players simply have to take comfort in knowing that new content is on the way.What have been your favorite BioWare Runescape games from the past 20 years?[Images via BioWare, Twitter, Dragon Age]PS Vita Likely To See Only Incremental Improvements In 2015. PS Vita enthusiasts are feeling a bit lonely these days, as news about their chosen portable game device has slowed to a trickle.|
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