- B-Team Sequel: They've been on both ends of this at some point; Obsidian Entertainment was the B-team responsible for Neverwinter Nights 2 and Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. BioWare themselves were the B-team responsible for MDK2, taking over after Shiny Entertainment made the first game.
- Fandom Life Cycle: BioWare fandom has entered Stage 3 with the double-punch combo of Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect 2 (though some would argue that it happened as early as Knights of the Old Republic). Stage 2 has been reached with Baldur's Gate II, and time will only tell whether and when they fully transition to Stage 4. Mass Effect 3 and SW:TOR have so far been unsuccessful at bringing that about, while Dragon Age II, Mass Effect: Andromeda and Anthem have only fueled the Broken Base, preventing upwards progression.
- What Could Have Been:
- The Infinity game engine was first created for a Real-Time Strategy game before being overhauled for a Role-Playing Game. Bioware thought of creating their own RPG universe, until Interplay Entertainment suggested that they could get the Forgotten Realms license for them, which Bioware accepted.
- Shadow Realms, an Asymmetric Multiplayer Action RPG was announced, but later cancelled.
- When EA acquired the license for Star Wars, Bioware repeatedly asked them to greenlight KoTOR3, but were turned down at every turn.
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