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Report: BioWare San Francisco closes, up to 30 staffers laid off

According to a report on GamesRadar, BioWare San Francisco – the studio formerly known as EA2D and responsible for titles like Dragon Age Legends and Mirror's Edge 2D – has been closed by EA, leaving between 25 to 30 employees jobless. Citing a source inside the studio, the report sugge...

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Dragon Age Legends no longer online, but playable offline for free

Dragon Age Legends, as fans will tell you, was one of the more popular Facebook games EA has ever put together -- at least before its untimely death earlier this week. Such is the fate of a freemium promotional game for a much larger console and PC series. But while most online games simply shut do...

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PSA: EA shutting down Dragon Age Legends servers June 18

Electronic Arts and BioWare's social soiree in Ferelden will be coming to an end on June 18, 2012, according to the official Dragon Age Legends website. E-commerce for the title ended yesterday, meaning that while the game it still active for the time being, it's no longer possible to convert your ...

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Google begins gradual rollout of games in Google Plus [update]

After early indications were discovered in Google Plus source code -- and after anyone ever looked at Google Plus and applied common sense -- we knew games would be available on the social network soon. Today, Google began rolling out a small assortment of games, including the ubiquitous Angry...

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EA2D pixelates into BioWare San Francisco in company shake-up

EA has rebranded EA2D as BioWare San Francisco, sending the arcade-focused studio the way of the dinosaurs (or 2D in EA games). As we know, EA2D was responsible for The Fancy Pants Adventures and Facebook's Dragon Age Legends, and had studio goals of putting the core back in gaming and making pla...

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Interview: EA2D's Mark Spenner on going 'browser and beyond'

EA2D is Electronic Arts's small-team, small-game studio, which just launched Dragon Age Legends on Facebook (today!) and has Fancy Pants Adventures for PSN and XBLA in the wings. We spoke to Mark Spenner, VP and GM of the studio, about these two very different projects. How, we wondered, do these...

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Dragon Age Legends now live on Facebook, go poke some Darkspawn

At last, social game aficionados/haters have a new title to sink their teeth into/receive hundreds of unwanted Facebook invitations to: Dragon Age Legends. The network-connected strategy RPG lets players work together to complete quests, and earn equipment -- both in Legends and the recently rele...

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Dragon Age Legends trailer is extremely animated

We know the intention of this animated Dragon Age Legends trailer is to get us psyched up for the Facebook adaptation of BioWare's RPG franchise -- but instead, it just makes us super psyched for that Dragon Age anime that EA announced last year. Can we have that, please? Nowish?...

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Dragon Age Legends Facebook game unlocks items in Dragon Age 2

Dragon Age Legends is a Facebook-based strategy RPG launching this February. Perhaps more importantly, it's a method through which you'll be able to unlock stuff in the upcoming Dragon Age 2. Legends takes place in Kaiten, a city in the Dragon Age 2 setting of the Free Marches. Players ally themselv...

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