MASS EFFECT 3

EA Discontinues BioWare Points, Makes DLC Purchasable With Them Free

Back in the early 2000s, companies were all about making up their own fake currencies that you had to buy with real money to purchase content and add-ons to games. This was the basis of the Xbox Store for several years, up until 2013, which used Microsoft Points to purchase…

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EA Discontinues BioWare Points, Makes DLC Purchasable With Them Free

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After Years of Silence, Mass Effect 3 Devs Talk About What it Took to ‘Fix’ Its Ending

Mass Effect 3’s ending controversy is nearly ten years old at this point. Back in 2012, BioWare was the subject of a barrage of fan backlash for the Mass Effect trilogy’s conclusion, ultimately resulting in the studio putting out an Extended Cut DLC that added new content and clarity to the…

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A Codex Entry Sealed Thane Krios’ Fate in Mass Effect 3

The following will contain spoilers for Mass Effect 3, and if you’re about to play the series for the first time with the Legendary Edition remasters, we recommend you come back in May after you’ve played through all three games to read beyond this bold text. The Drell assassin Thane Krios is…

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Bioware Cut a Queer Jack Romance from Mass Effect 2 Due to Fear of Fox News

Mass Effect’s relationship with queerness has been fraught, to say the least, but eleven years later, one of the greatest mysteries regarding the sexuality of one of its party members has been answered. Specifically Jack, the powerful biotic outlaw from Mass Effect 2. In conversations with protagonist Commander Shepard, Jack…

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Robots I wish games would let me date

Who cares about rating the cutest boys and ladies in games? I want some mechanoid companionship.

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UK agency investigating No Man’s Sky over ‘misleading’ advertising

'We want Steam store pages for games to start falling in line and stop misleading consumers,' says one dissatisfied player.

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On videogame difficulty settings and second-cheapest wine

How games dress up difficulty to change the ways we think about it -- and about ourselves

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