Collecting all of the BioWare convention buzz from Thursday, July 21, 2011 for your convenient perusal here. This post covers a plethora of things, from stage demos for Dragon Age 2: Legacy and Mass Effect 3 to Dragon Age: Redemption, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and even Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Read More
If you'll be attending the San Diego Comic Con on Friday, July 22, check out the Legendary Pictures panel, which will have Casey Hudson (executive producer of the Mass Effect series) and Mass Effect's movie adaptation screenwriter Mark Protosevich to discuss details about the upcoming live action movie adaptation.
David Bass put up a poll up to gather attendance information for the San Diego Comic Con this year. If you're in the area, even if you don't have a badge, you might get the opportunity to demo SWTOR.
Yes, yes, we see the Normandy replicas...now gimme those Mass Effect playing cards.
David Bass posted up a breakdown of the SWTOR events by hour that will be held at the BioWare Base at the Hilton Gaslamp during the San Diego Comic Con weekend. They include the SWTOR demo open hours, panel and Q&A, signings, and community meet-and-greet.
Chris Priestly is reminding you that BioWare will be hosting a costume contest at San Diego Comic Con. Get your cosplay on and show up to have fun, mingle, and win prizes.
David Silverman posted up a teaser picture of the BioWare Base construction in progress at San Diego Comic Con.
BioWare announces another San Diego Comic Con event, the Mass Effect March on Saturday, July 23. All attendees will receive an omniblade (replica?) for participating. At the end of the march, Casey Hudson will announce "something significant" for all the Shepards out there.
BioWare Pulse episode 8 gives us a sneak peak at some of the amazing fanart submissions that will be featured in the gallery they will be showing at San Diego Comic Con in July.
Information about the time and location of the SWTOR panel at San Diego Comic Con
New Dragon Age 2 DLC, entitled 'Legacy,' has been announced as a part of BioWare's demo plans for San Diego Comic Con. Even if you don't have a badge for Comic Con, you can attend this hands-on demo event for Mass Effect 3 and Dragon Age 2: Legacy if you're planning on being in San Diego at that time.