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The Importance of Conflict: Why Jaal is the best companion in Mass Effect Andromeda

by Rach Griffithson 26/04/2017
What makes a great character? Bioware is renowned for their writing, central to that is the attention they pay to their characters. Rach Griffiths explains why Mass Effect: Andromeda's Jaal is a prime example of this.

Mass Effect Remaster Gets Left Behind

by Lauren Crofton 01/09/2016
Earlier last month rumours began to circulate that the much loved Mass Effect franchise was going to be the latest in a long line of games to receive the remastering treatment. This was all down to EA’s very own Executive Vice President Patrick Soderland who dropped hints and raised hopes everywhere by discussing the possibility […]

E3 2016: Our Favourite Moments

by jesshealy24on 19/06/2016
E3 has come and gone for yet another year, and let’s face it, we more than once boarded the hype train! We were absolutely wowed (looking at you, Sony!), intrigued, and on occasion, a little underwhelmed by some of the gaming industry’s latest announcements. Nevertheless, as the dust settles, its time to do a little […]

EA Play 2016 – Electronic Arts show us what they’ve got instead of going to E3!

by Mark Cantyon 12/06/2016
This year, rather than attending E3, Electronic Arts (EA) decided to jump the gun, holding a simultaneous event in LA and London, to tease and taunt us with what we'll be buying from them over the next year or so.

Mass Effect: Andromeda, E3 update

by Lauren Crofton 12/06/2016
The footage opens with an introduction from Bioware stating that Andromeda will be built on ‘what you loved about Mass Effect’s amazing stories and game play’ and now they’re letting their ‘imaginations run wild’, so ‘how far will we go’? Before continuing on to say that the game will be an advance on the previous […]

Mass Effect Andromeda, Bioware confirm delay until early 2017

by Lauren Crofton 11/05/2016
Yesterday NASA announced some exciting news, it’s Kepler mission had located a vast collection of new planets within our galaxy, the hopes of identifying one of them with the potential to mirror our own planet grows even closer. But unfortunately we’ll have to wait a bit longer to see beyond our galaxy and out into Andromeda, well we will for […]

10 Geeky Cocktails to give you health, mana and stamina.

by Lauren Crofton 10/05/2016
It’s Tuesday today and I hate Tuesdays, both the last and next weekend are so far away, so in great anticipation I’ve put together a list of some of the yummiest and geekiest looking cocktails to give you another reason to look forward to the weekend. Like the Look of them? then click the link for the ingrediants […]

Mass Effect: New Earth – A 4D Holographic Journey

by Lauren Crofton 03/05/2016
Some of you may have already heard by now that Biowares critically acclaimed Mass Effect series is to become a one of a kind 4D holographic ride. Mass Effect: New Earth will be located in California as one of Great America’s latest attractions. The ride is said to have been created using ‘cutting edge technology’, […]

Mini Games, More Than Just Time Wasters

by Lauren Crofton 26/03/2016
We all love a good mini games, hidden within some of your favourite games you can find a mix of time wasters, point builders and story builders. Here I’ve listed a summary of some of my personal favourites. The Witcher 3 – The Wild Hunt: Gwent You get introduced to Gwent (no relation to Wales) earlier on in the game and […]

Five Games That Should get the Remastering Treatment

by Lauren Crofton 04/03/2016
Recently it seems like an influx lot of games are getting the remastering treatment for new generation consoles, some of them which personally I think are not necessary and some which I’m really looking forward to. I’ve quickly put together a list of completely different titles that I think would also benefit from a remastering, more […]