According to a Chilean gaming retailer, zmart, the much lauded Mass Effect trilogy is about to be released as a single title for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
EA's Andrew Wilson has only been CEO for about six months now, but he still has a strong vision for the company. He wants to focus on making great games, regardless of platform. That said, he has a specific vision for new Star Wars games, and I like what he has to say.
There are a bunch of fantastic RPGs coming this year. We've got Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Witcher 3, the Elder Scrolls Online. I'm not going to include Final Fantasy XIII: Lighting Returns on that list, but it might even be a pretty good one, or at least half-way decent. But RPGs have changed so much over the years - have we become spoiled by the modern ones?
Finally, we made it to the top 20 - and these are some fantastic games. I don't think anyone can argue with us about them, although you all probably will anyway. But we don't mind - they still made us happy during this gaming generation. As usual, the disclaimer is in place; this list isn't based on scores, sales or metrics, just on our discussions, bickering and threats against each others' loved ones.
Before a game can go from idea to fully realised, it needs some concept art along the way that’ll help sell the idea. It’s one of the most under-appreciated parts of game design today, and looking at the concepts that Matt Rhodes gave to Bioware for their Mass Effect and Dragon Age games, it should be criminal to undervalue these skills. See for yourself after the jump.
Shepherd's Mass Effect story is over, but that doesn’t mean that the universe isn’t ripe for picking, and there’s a multitude of stories within the Universe that could make for their own spinoff games.
TAAAAAAALI! Ahem. Can you believe that it’s been a year since Mass Effect 3 launched? Since then, the game has done pretty darn well, minus the colour-coded ending controversy that is. That’s a year of multiplayer operations and teamwork, summed up in one number-heavy infographic.
It’s been a year since Mass Effect 3 launched, and despite a rocky ending controversy, it’s been a damn good ride. A constant stream of DLC, multiplayer events and cupcakes have kept the Normandy crew in deep space for a while now, but even they need shore leave. But not the kind that consists of dodgy ladies waiting at the pier and Space-TDs. Citadel does just that, as the final DLC is packed with content to give the Normandy crew a grand finale. Here’s the trailer for that upcoming slice of gameplay.