Of the 153+ games shown at E3 2011 there was a handful that had the sort of carte blanche that caused massive lines for the demo -- and it quickly reached the point that just getting in line did not mean you would get to demo the game before the show closed for the day -- the lines were THAT long! Fortunately we were able to take a look at the game, and we have much to report to you -- because even though this one will not be released until March of 2012 there was a good bit of it on display at E3, and what we saw certainly suggests that it will live up to the previous games in the series. Shepard returns, and this time around he seems like a much more serious and stoic leader, resigned to the fact that a massive invasion is coming and that it will be up to him and his team to spearhead a major portion of the tactical resistance. One new bit that we found refreshing is that it s.. read more
27th Jun 2012 - Few things have sparked so many heated gaming debates since Devil May Cry's Dante got a peroxide-sponsored makeover or since the whispering of the phrase "no Russian" in that infamous Modern Warfare 2 mission. With those past controversies in mind, you can imagine the furore, then, that surrounded EA and developer Bioware's decision to .. Read More.
31st Jan 2012 - In a series known for delivering one of the most cinematic experiences in all of interactive entertainment with an emphasis on high quality digital acting, BioWare is aiming to once again set a new bar with Mass Effect 3. Today, BioWare, a Label of Electronic Arts, unveiled the cast for 2012's first blockbuster game, Mass Effect 3. Th.. Read More.
26th Apr 2011 - Set for release in the 4th Quarter of this year and drawing to a close the three-chapter sage of the Mass Effect Series, Mass Effect 3 promises to answer the outstanding question once and for all: is Commander Shepard a wack-a-doodle? The game is said to open with the trial of Commander Shepard on earth, where he is accused of making u.. Read More.