This just in folks. According to Christina Norman, lead game play designer of Mass Effect 2 there will be no GOTY edition of ME2.
In today’s modern age of gaming developers will often base their creations on real people. In the past it was jarring to see an “actor” pop up as a video game character, especially if they were were relatively well known. Can you imagine the nightmare of plopping in Super Mario 4 and seeing a CG version of Danny Devito hurling fireballs from his swollen quasi-dwarven finger tips?
No we really never get tired of this game. If you are yet to own it, now would be the time to pick it up. This is most likely preceeding a goty edition with all the dlc bundled in. If…
What are you thankful for this holiday season? As I write this my family is sitting in the living room enjoying the misadventures of Scott Pilgrim as he battles to win Ramona’s heart. Hopefully watching Scott Pilgrim on Thanksgiving becomes a new family tradition.
Today you will learn about local film festivals, comic con ticket purchasing, and some new Batman movie news. We’ll spoil Mass Effect 2, review CoDBLOPS and the Kinect…and I feel like I’m forgetting something…oh yeah, our bathroom habits. Enjoy.
Seems like we just can't get enough of Mass Effect around these parts. Just learned on Joystiq.com that Bioware is teasing new content to be revealed at the upcoming Spike Video Game Awards. Doing things as nerdy as releasing QR…
While talking about the game I’ve realized more then anything, this game separates types of players. Things like playing in a story driven atmosphere vs playing in a quest driven atmosphere vs playing in an achievement or goal oriented way. I play this game in a highly story driven matter, one that I don’t like to go back and revise, I like to live with my mistakes as if they organically happened and there is nothing I can do about them.