Before Mass Effect, BioWare made Jade Empire, an oriental fantasy about Kung Fu and mythical power. It's a game now largely forgotten, you absolute monsters, yet in 2005, Jade Empire was BioWare's big thing - an Xbox blockbuster.
BioWare's 2003 action-RPG Jade Empire is in the works for an iOS port that's allegedly coming very soon.
BioWare's kung fu role-playing game Jade Empire is free on Origin today. Apparently it's in celebration of the game turning 10 years old - 10 years old!
A quartet of BioWare veterans are going it alone, and are preparing to ask for your money via Kickstarter for a new role-playing game called Mooncrest.
I've played roughly a billion games with moral meters that paint in broad black and white stokes with the occasional sloppy shade of grey, but only one has ever made me turn. See, I usually stick to the straight-and-narrow goodie-two-shoes path on my first playthrough of these things, but in Jade Empire, I just couldn't do it.
Jade Empire may return - BioWare is "just looking for the right way to deploy it".
It appears BioWare does more than talk about a Jade Empire sequel - an ex-employee claims he worked on Jade Empire 2 between 2006 and 2007.
When will BioWare return to the ancient China-inspired world of Jade Empire?
BioWare role-playing adventure Jade Empire is the latest to be added to Xbox Originals. This, like all the others, costs 1200 Microsoft Points (GBP 10.20 / EUR 14.40) to download.
EA has parried rumours that Jade Empire 2 is in development by unsurprisingly offering no comment.
Have you ever wondered what your doctor thinks about while they're poking and prodding you? If you lived in Edmonton, Canada, in the mid '90s there's a chance your doctor was thinking, "Gee, I wish I was making computer games instead of rummaging inside this diseased colon". At least, that's how it might have played out if you were the patient of Dr Greg Zeschuk, Dr Ray Muzyka or Dr Augustine Yip. And if you had a diseased colon.
BioWare has confirmed that a PC version of hit Xbox fighter Jade Empire is on the way.
Bioware joint CEO Dr. Ray Muzkya has reiterated the company's plans to continue the Jade Empire series - and on Xbox 360.