Mass Effect: Andromeda Editorials
Decades ago, while we were playing games we literally damaged our eyes by glancing at the TV screen from close distance because of a short length of the controllers' cables. Today we have wireless gamepads and much larger screens, and yet we still have to sit at a minimum distance from the TV to play comfortably, as there is a fashion for the use of microscopic fonts among the game developers.
2017 – here we go! In our recent articles we’ve shared with you some thoughts on the releases and disasters of 2016, and now the time has come to leave the past behind and look into the (hopefully) bright future. The upcoming twelve months are shaping up to be quite interesting. We’ve got some highly anticipated RPGs vying for our attention as well as remakes of classics awaited by the fans, some sequels, and – of course – a couple of fresh, original productions. Without further ado, check out the top picks of our editorial team that are going to invade our computers and consoles in 2017.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – check. Fallout 4 – check. Pillars of Eternity – check. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided – check. All right, who’s next? Turns out we’re anything but short on candidates for really cool RPGs – there are some big titles on the way and we wouldn’t miss them for the world. TPP and isometric, action- and dialogue-driven, gothic, futuristic and post-apocalyptic, linear and open-world – you name it and we have it on our list of 15 most-awaited upcoming RPGs.
November 7 is behind us; surely you know what that means, Mass Effect fans? The time has come to summarize what we know about Mass Effect: Andromeda following the N7 Day – there’s a bunch of new stuff floating around the web after EA’s latest announcement, as the Andromeda Initiative is finally taking some tangible shape. Here’s what we can glean from the new trailer and the information revealed by the devs. Load up your Makos (or rather Nomads) and fire up your FTL drives – we’re going on a space expedition!
Four long years have already passed and BioWare still hasn’t shared anything solid on Mass Effect: Andromeda. It’s even more annoying since a great majority of players have been displeased by the way the ending of the trilogy was handled, and are eager to once again enter their favorite universe and settle some old scores. We’ve gathered all the information about Andromeda that has surfaced thus far to see if the image has become clearer.
We knew that BioWare is working on a new installment of the Mass Effect franchise for quite some time now, but only during the last E3 it was revealed that the game will be titled Andromeda. Many fundamental questions remain to be answered, including the most important ones…