Mass Effect

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    By Richard Cobbett on September 10th, 2014 at 5:00 pm. Hurible badda flabber? Wibble durble booby. Fasherk! Yes, you don’t need to speak Simlish to know The Sims 4 is now out and ready to let you spend your precious life ensuring little computer people have far sexier and more successful ones. Only now you can’t drown them in your pool.

  • Eight Things You Might Not Know About Mass Effect

    Kotaku - - 2 readers - Did you know Mass Effect was originally designed as a Puzzle Quest spin-off? That's not true at all. I'm just establishing a baseline for Did You Know Gaming's video exploration of true Mass Effect facts and Easter eggs. They might not be as exciting as the ones I made up in my head, but that doesn't make the facts you'll learn in this video any less fascinating. Did you know...
  • Mass Effect, Played Without Firing A Single Shot

    Kotaku - - 15 readers - Regardless of what class you play in Mass Effect, one of the biggest tools in your arsenal are your guns. The game expects you to use them every once in a while, sometimes in combination with your other skills. But this isn't stopping someone from going through all the games entirely without guns.
  • Understanding Video Games

    BioWare Blog - - Over the last several months, BioWare has been working with the University of Alberta to help create a massive open online course. Covering topics ranging from mechanics and story to sex and culture, Understanding Video Games explores the impact of games on society.

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  • Eight Things You Might Not Know About Mass Effect

    …Did you know Mass Effect was originally designed as a Puzzle Quest spin-off? That's not true at all. I'm just establishing a baseline for Did You Know Gaming's video exploration of true Mass Effect facts and Easter eggs. They might not be as exciting as the ones I made up in my head, but that doesn't make the facts you'll learn in this video any…

    2 readers - Kotaku - Mass Effect -
  • Destiny Review – Prologue to Greatness (PS4)

    … for a scant number of cutscenes, each mission is explained with monologues during the loading screens. It feels like the story could grow to the expansive levels of something like Mass Effect in the future, but this first outing feels like an encyclopedia of information about the universe that we’re about to take part in rather than a part…

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  • 10 Great Female Video Game Characters

    … and was playable in many of the following games, such as Crash Team Racing, Crash Bash, and Crash: Mind over Mutant. 4. Liara T’Soni – Mass Effect Trilogy We were first introduced to Liara T’Soni in the first Mass Effect game, where she was an important member of your crew and a potential love interest. Since then, Liara has appeared in every Mass Effect game…

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  • Wot I Think: The Sims 4

    … with plenty of others. If you want George and Nico from Broken Sword to move in next to the Mass Effect team just down the road from Anna and Elsa from Frozen, it couldn’t be easier. While there are limits to what the editor can do – the closest it can get to Garrus from Mass Effect for instance is to paint a guy blue and give him spiky hair and glasses…

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  • Mass Effect, Played Without Firing A Single Shot

    …Regardless of what class you play in Mass Effect, one of the biggest tools in your arsenal are your guns. The game expects you to use them every once in a while, sometimes in combination with your other skills. But this isn't stopping someone from going through all the games entirely without guns. Sure, there are times when a cutscene might show…

    15 readers - Patricia Hernandez - Kotaku - Mass Effect -
  • Understanding Video Games

    …Over the last several months, BioWare has been working with the University of Alberta to help create a massive open online course. Covering topics ranging from mechanics and story to sex and culture, Understanding Video Games explores the impact of games on society. The 11-lesson course is available online and is free to anyone (there…

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  • The Space Race: Gaming Highlights from the Great Beyond

    … space games so compelling; their sheer size and potential. Words don’t really do this in depth masterpiece justice, try it and see. Mass Effect The big daddy in recent years, this series from BioWare didn’t just reclaim their space RPG crown after the excellent Star Wars KOTR but it re introduced many gamers to the idea of the space opera, an epic…

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  • Battlefield Blowout: Origin is having a big sale on all games

    … is down to $20, which matches the GameStop Summer sale price. However, the GameStop Sale ends today. Battlefield 3 is $6, which is a huge steal. All Battlefield DLC is $4 or $5 off. The Mass Effect Trilogy is $15 and various other games like Dead Space 3 and Crysis 3 are half off at $10. So, all in all compared to Steam and the GameStop Summer…

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  • Casey Hudson Leaving BioWare

    …Sad news out of BioWare as Mass Effect mastermind Casey Hudson has officially departed the developer. He had been working with the company for 16 years, starting out initially as a technical artist for Neverwinter Nights and MDK2 before he was project director for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. He then served as executive producer…

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  • You'll Hate The Ending To Mass Effect's Honest Trailer

    …If I came away with anything from this spoiler-heavy Honest Game Trailer for the Mass Effect trilogy, it's that I would have probably enjoyed the games more had they been titled "Battletoad and the Space Jesus." Read more...…

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  • Mass Effect Project Director Casey Hudson Leaves BioWare

    …Say what you will about Mass Effect 3′s controversial multi-colored ending, but it’s hard to deny that the trilogy was one of the better franchises to come out of the last-generation. One of the key people to attribute that to is Project Lead Casey Hudson. However, in a huge twist, Hudson has announced that he’s leaving BioWare to to take a break…

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  • Casey Hudson Leaves BioWare

    …Casey Hudson, known for his contribution on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the Mass Effect series, has left BioWare after a 16-year involvement with the company. “After nearly 16 years of game development at BioWare, Executive Producer Casey Hudson has made the decision to move on from BioWare and enter a new stage of his career,” says…

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  • ‘Mass Effect’ Director Casey Hudson Departs BioWare

    … and then confirmed by BioWare, the former Mass Effect Creative Director has left the developer after 16 years of employment. Hudson had nothing but good things to say about his time at BioWare, but felt now was the time to “hit the reset button.” In addition to sharing great memories from his tenure at BioWare, Hudson assured fans that what the Montreal…

    12 readers - Game Rant - Mass Effect -

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