It’s November 7—N7 Day for Mass Effect fans—and Bioware kicks off the celebration with a montage of archival space footage with Jennifer Hale talking over it. Hooray!
You can’t always get what you want.
More Mass Effect Minimates, less blind groping at GameStop. Following up on its blind bag GameStop exclusives from earlier this year, Diamond Select is wide-releasing a four-pack of ME figures early next year, including a Shepard with swappable John and Jane heads.
Grand Theft Auto V resident berdu captures a Reaper creepily hovering over Los Santos, thanks to a new mod that infuses a little Mass Effect into Rockstar’s game.
In South Korea, a blogger named Tipytipy recently uploaded photos of his bike. His Mass Effect themed one, that is.
Gaming Heads is the one responsible for this Mordin statue, which is good, ‘cause someone else might have gotten it wrong. Sorry. In any case, the statue stands 20.5 inches tall, will be out next year, and comes in two flavors: exclusive (with console) and regular (without console). Check below for a couple more pics.
The first Mass Effect was a game that sometimes struggled to perform well on Microsoft’s last home console. But, it looks like BioWare’s sci-fi creation is a much better experience on the Xbox One.
There’s a new Mass Effect. It’s Mass Effect: Andromeda, and it’s coming “holiday 2016.”
Descender is a comic book series where humans perform an ethnic cleansing of robots. Imagine the universe of Mass Effect, bled dry of its small amounts of hope or optimism.
Pamela is an upcoming PC game that looks pretty striking for something that’s supposed to be a survival horror game. No gross, gritty environments that are so typical of the genre to be found here!
Galactic Battles is a short film that laughs at the idea of a mere cameo.
There's no getting around it: a lot of modern, graphically intense games look kinda same-y. At a glance, it can be hard to tell the difference. But show me a shot of the Mass Effect series and I'll instantly be like, "Yeah, that's Mass Effect." Why? A single shape that's everywhere.
Before you can understand one of the most popular Tomb Raider porn videos online, you need to know about a key scene in a recent Tomb Raider game.
From sci-fi references to artistic nods, the Mass Effect series has numerous connections to the real world—this video, narrated by none other than Commander Shepard (or Mark Meer if you will) himself, looks at some of them.
Every villain always threatens to return and wreak vengeance. No baddie worth their salt ever gets beaten and then announces they're going to retire. But some villains make an especially big noise about how they'll be back... and then, crickets. Here are 10 villains who made a big splash, and were never seen again.