Mass Effect Andromeda: Initiation – book review

Mass Effect Andromeda: Initiation – book review

Feb 5, 2018

Book provided by the publisher https://titanbooks.com/mass-effect-initiation-8751/  Now that everybody has finally stopped asking “what colour ending did you get?”, and talk of the extremely rocky launch for the last game has been reduced to the occasional murmur, Mass Effect fans can concentrate on salvaging the franchise’s dignity. This novel,...

BioWare explains why you love paid DLC

BioWare explains why you love paid DLC

Aug 14, 2012

You don’t like day one DLC. You love it. If a game you’re excited about doesn’t offer it, then you’re disappointed; in fact, you’re more than likely jolly angry. You beam with joy and pride when you see that this game you’ve bought is stuffed to the brim with microtransactions, as this allows you to fulfil your desire to...

Mass Effect 3 expansion Leviathan announced

Mass Effect 3 expansion Leviathan announced

Aug 3, 2012

EA have today officially announced a new DLC pack for Mass Effect 3 called Leviathan. This new slice of downloadable content was originally revealed through leaked files that were found in the Extended Cut expansion that was released at the end of June. These files hinted that the story would follow a search for a rogue Reaper called Leviathan, who has his own...

Mass Effect 3 Rebellion Pack DLC out today with trailer

Mass Effect 3 Rebellion Pack DLC out today with trailer

May 29, 2012

Continue the fight for the galaxy with the Mass Effect 3 Rebellion Pack multiplayer DLC, releasing over the next couple of days on all platforms for free. The accompanying trailer shows off some of the new features including six new classes: the Male Quarian Engineer and Infiltrator, Vorcha Soldier and Sentinel, and Ex-Cerberus Adept and Vanguard. Also included...

Mass Effect 3: catchup review

Mass Effect 3: catchup review

Apr 18, 2012

Platform: 360 (version reviewed), PS3, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: EA Developer: BioWare Players: 1 (offline), 2-4 (online) Site: masseffect.bioware.com His name was Jeremy Shepard, a no-nonsense renegade space commander that put the mission before anything. He sacrificed the Citadel council, punched a journalist, killed a giant robot skeleton and...