Fresh Look columnist Neal Sayatovich is still slowly recovering from his foot surgery. He’s still in a lot of pain, but being immobilized is not quite as bad while he is able to escape into the classic world of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Dragon Age: Inquisition is an RPG developed by BioWare.
Remastering older games into HD formats is nothing new, but what has been done for the Mass Effect Legendary Edition is nothing short of astonishing. Being able to relive the epic sci-fi story across three games with all DLCs included is quite the experience.
Remastering games has become a big deal in the game industry, but doing it right requires more than just some graphical updates. Fixing errors and adding in DLC can go a long way for games like Mass Effect Legendary Edition and The Witcher 3, keeping them a cut above most of the other remakes.
Skirmisher Sayatovich settled in for the Ubisoft Forward presentation this week. And while the revealed games looked pretty good overall, he was disappointed that they seemed to follow the same old formula once again.
GiN Javelin Pilot Jevon Jenkins has taken to the skies, and the fields, caves and cities of the pending Anthem game from BioWare and EA Games. His beta review tells us what we can expect when the game releases on Friday, and it looks like it will be very good.
This February marks a release of is Anthem. Developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts, this game has the potential to become the next great thing in online gaming. At first glance, many players might feel like Anthem looks like Bungie’s Destiny. This is only partially true. The game combines third-person shooter genre with aspects of an action RPG and huge open world. Anthem is focused on multiplayer hunts, raiding – players run missions to gain experience and gear in order to progress. Classes of the game are also something to look forward to. Anthem doesn’t have game classes … Continue reading Anthem – the next big thing in online gaming?
As gamers, we love to complain about developers and publishers when they screw up, or when they turn seemingly tone deaf to our requests and demands. But sometimes, they get it wonderfully correct. Here are three recent examples of smart efforts to do great games right.
This week the GiN Lounge gang head out to a galaxy far, far away. No, not that one, the one from Mass Effect: Andromeda. After waking up from a 600-year sleep, we dive into one of the largest open-world space games this side of the Milky Way.
After a five-year wait, Mass Effect: Andromeda just about meets expectations, without exceeding them. It’s a fair Mass Effect game, as opposed to a great one. But there is plenty to do and see in this new galaxy, making the new series more than worth the trip.
Electronic Arts and Bioware have revealed the second cinematic trailer for the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda game. Mass Effect: Andromeda is coming March 21st to PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro, and Xbox One. Publishers: EA Games Developers: Bioware Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One