EA has a pretty busy year ahead of them, with Mass Effect Andromeda and a new Titanfall joining their next fiscal year launches.
EA and Bioware have been tight-lipped so far about just who players will be controlling in the fourth Mass Effect game, but once again it looks like sharp-eyed fans may have uncovered a nugget or two of information.
Want to see more of Mass Effect Andromeda? Of course you do! 3 screens might not seem like much, but they’re enough to make us happy.
Franchises both large and small have used choices and morality to make games feel more immersive, but do they make games better?
Bioware is helping us move on from the Mass Effect trilogy and prepare for Andromeda with a new teaser trailer released on N7 day.
N7 Day is approaching, but will we get anything other than special deals on merch? Bioware says no, but I think they might just be acting coy.
Who needs traditional rollercoasters when you can ride the emotional ups and downs of playing Mass Effect? Actually, this doesn’t sound like an emotional experience, but it might still be one I’d try once.
As much as I’d love to see my favorite characters from Mass Effect return in the new game, it just doesn’t make sense, which is why it isn’t happening.
One day, I’ll get over the death of Tali. But it won’t be today. TAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALI!
Sex scenes in gaming have become more visually realistic, but not always more gratifying. There are some notable exceptions, of course, and here is the selection of the best digital sex you can have.
Mass Effect: Andromeda might make all my dreams come true. But it’s still a long way away. Until then, here’s a small bit of information to keep us less than satisfied.
That Mass Effect remaster you’re waiting for? It may never happen, as EA is intent on focusing on new games, not old ones.