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Mass Effect's N7 armour will be available in Anthem

Do you miss The Normandy? Hoo boy, I do. I can't count the hours I spent running around Mass Effect's huge vessel, chatting, drinking and singing along with my favourite crew members. It didn't matter that they were just repeating the same ...

 
 
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There is the slightest glimmer of hope for Mass Effect

Today, again already, is N7 Day. November 7 served as a once-important date for Mass Effect fans. It was a day to celebrate Mass Effect and to look toward the future with bright eyes and lots of hope. But, if every previous N7 Da...

 
 
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BioWare says it hasn't given up on Mass Effect or Dragon Age

It might seem as if BioWare is all hands on deck for Anthem's February 2019 release. It kind of has to be. BioWare says Anthem isn't make or break for the studio, but it feels that way. Anthem needs to land. Turns out, it's more like 9...

 
 
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The transferable skills in gaming

Long gone are the days when playing computer games was seen as the reserve of teenagers or people with less "respectable" hobbies. People from all walks of life enjoy sitting down with their favourite console or indulging in some PC gaming,...

 
 
 
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Heel-turn: I'm a bastard

[It's that wonderful time of the year again where I get to stroke my own ego and promote my own work. Sure, I could just post it to the Front Page and cut out all of the complications, but where's the fun in that? After reading this, I'm pr...

 
 
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Checking out the battle system of Star Control: Origins

I have a heavy bias toward Star Control. It is one of the first PC games I ever fell in love with alongside MYST, though my original introduction to the series took place on the Sega Genesis. The original Star Control is likely not worth go...

 
 
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It's the saddest N7 Day

N7 Day, always on November 7, is the annual celebration of BioWare's space opera Mass Effect. Like the game it honors, N7 Day represents hope. Mass Effect has always had underlying themes of hope and ambition in the face of seemingly-i...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Acclaimed BioWare developer Corey Gaspur has passed away

BioWare said goodbye to veteran developer Corey Gaspur yesterday. The company made the announcement over a blog post, sending their best to Corey's family.  "Corey was a talented designer and an even better person. We offer our co...

 
 
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EA had a good quarter, and Mass Effect was a key factor

Mass Effect: Andromeda has had a tough year. It launched to a tepid reception from both consumers and critics. It had technical and tonal issues. Word got out that there was a very strained development process. It was enough that EA ev...

 
 
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Mass Effect: Andromeda now has a 10 hour trial

Mass Effect: Andromeda might have a ton of issues, but now you can judge the game for yourself in a fairly sizable 10 hour demo across the PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms. Previously it was on EA's Access/Origin program, but now everyo...

 
 
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Mass Effect: Andromeda warps away from Denuvo in latest patch

On July 6, BioWare released a new update for the PC version of Mass Effect: Andromeda. The release notes at the time indicated that the patch was going to focus primarily on improving facial animations and stability, along with numerous oth...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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So let's talk about Hainly Abrams from Mass Effect: Andromeda

Usually, when looking over my Dtoid emails, I'm content to watch the main staff do their thing. This includes controversial topics that I must later brace myself to help moderate alongside the rest of the community team, so it's rare that I...

 
 
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Recent Mass Effect: Andromeda patch fixes those 'tired eyes'

When the most recent patch for Mass Effect: Andromeda dropped, some of you probably noticed an innocuous little detail: "Improved lip-sync and facial acting during some conversations, including localized VO." As one of the most contest...

 
 
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Brett chose to save Space Hitler

Brett had the choice to save Space Hitler or to liberate sci-fi Auschwitz. He went with the former. In his defense, he only had a few seconds to make the decision, so you can understand why it might have been tough. That's one of the topics...

 
 
 




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Oddworld: Soulstorm was confirmed as an EGS Disappointing, but its I might look into it next At least the devs were honest and arent dicks about

 
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Hensuki is an absolutely awful Its nothing but constant kink shaming and the only fetish that should be condemned (lolicon) is treated as though its a normal and understandable fetish to God I hate this Save the brain cells, avoid

 
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Now that Sony owns Insomniac can they make them make Overstrike the game it was supposed to be?

 
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Past few days have been Been reading a ton to get ready for meeting my prof this Hefty science papers, and while theyre a bit intimidating in some regard theyre also pumping me up to do some Been 3 years comin, 7 if ye count

 
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In which world pointing out that some homophobic morons included hate messages in a game is considered « political leaning »??? I’m not wanting to start a conversation here so just vote up if you also think this world is pretty fucked

 
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This is an exclusive console from It is a clone of the NES, only it rotates both 60-pin and 72-pin cartridges, just by sliding the cartridge inlet It was also painted with gold paint the normal is all

 
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One more painted This one was painted using black automotive And the controls had the same

 
 

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