Posts Tagged ‘mass effect’
Originally published for the Xbox 360 in 2007, five years later, Mass Effect finally arrived to the PlayStation 3 in December of 2012. During this span, it seemed like Microsoft would not abandon its stranglehold of the original game, even after the second and third iteration found its way onto Sony’s console.
During the EA conference at E3 2014, we were hit with a pretty nice surprise, an untitled 4th Mass Effect title from Bioware.
Reports are circulating that Titanfall 2 is official (no surprise), to be published by EA (also no surprise) and will not be exclusive to Microsoft platforms (huh?).
It's been nearly two years since the release of the last games in the franchise, Mass Effect 3 and, Mass Effect: Infiltrator. But chatter from Bioware management makes it clear that they're still hard at work on the franchise.
With one simple tweet, the gaming community erupts. With a slight mention of the possibility of the Mass Effect series heading to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the masses flock to their keyboards to share their thoughts.
Mass Effect fans have been wishing for the N7 Leather Jacket to be real ever since it was introduced in Mass Effect 3. Well, the wait is finally over!
Struggling about what to get your beloved for Christmas? Have no fear, with this video game fashion inspired male fanatic gift guide!
If there’s one thing BioWare games are particularly good at, it’s making your choices made in one game carry over to another one. So how will it work for Dragon Age?
This week, Little Big Planet is getting a heavy dose of galaxy saving with their new Mass Effect DLC pack.
Enjoy collecting video game memorabilia? Like Mass Effect? Well my friends, you are in luck!
“Let’s make this really vague and confusing.” Look out below, it’s the G-Spot Podcast Episode 86!
The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are about to become obsolete, with the pending launch of the next generation of video game consoles. We thought it’d only be fair to look back at the new franchises this era gave us; the games we didn’t yet know we couldn’t live without.
As gamers, we spend a lot of time with different video game characters, and knowing these characters strike different feelings within us. Feelings that belong in a Fanatical Five.