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Mass Effect Andromeda Launch Trailer & Trophies Live

Despite being over a week away from release, the Mass Effect: Andromeda launch trailer was released on Friday. Set to Rag’n’Bone Man’s “Human,” the trailer recaps what we know so far: humanity has come to Andromeda to find a new home on a ‘golden planet,’

Mass Effect: Andromeda Combat & Skills Detailed

Bioware & EA released the first of a series of game play videos with this one detailing combat & skills system in Mass Effect: Andromeda today. Enemies in Mass Effect: Andromeda have similar color patterns indicating their strengths. Yellow enemies are armored and immune to

Mass Effect: Andromeda and ESA Team up for the Andromeda Initiative

Developer and Publisher Electronic Arts will be teaming up with the European Space Agency, as they plan to take six content creators to experience authentic astronaut training, in preparation for the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda. As part of the Andromeda Initiative, the six recruits

New Battlefront 2 info

EA’s CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed during an earnings call today not only the sequel to Star Wars battlefront for later this year, but also new details many fans might be excited over. One of the criticisms of the first installment was the lack of a

Mass Effect: Andromeda wont have Dedicated Servers or Cross-Play

In response to a fan question on Twitter, producer Fernando Melo confirmed that BioWare currently doesn’t have any plans for cross-platform play, and the game will not have dedicated servers. Like Mass Effect 3, it’ll be peer-to-peer. You can see the exchange below. @tibermoon is there

Mass Effect Andromeda CES 2017 Game Play

It’s been a big week for Mass Effect fans. Not only do we now have a release date for the next game in the sci-fi series — Mass Effect: Andromeda is out on March 21st. Wednesday developer BioWare released new footage of Andromeda during Nvidia’s

Battlefield 1 – REVIEW

DICE and EA Games plunges us into unknown territory with their most recent release, Battlefield 1. Battlefield 1 takes a 100 year step back in time and has us travel to an era that no other first person shooter game has explored: World War I. In