Yesterday, BioWare and EA celebrated N7 Day, which is a day dedicated to the Mass Effect series. As expected, they released new information on Mass Effect Andromeda as well as a few extra surprises. Continue reading N7 Day Recap
EA’s Peter “Party-Pooper” Moore is back again to crush your dreams of ever playing a Mass Effect Trilogy Remaster. Continue reading Peter Moore shuts down new talk of a Mass Effect Trilogy remaster
If recent hints from EA’s Vice President Patrick Soderlund are anything to go by, the Mass Effect Trilogy could very well be receiving the ol’ remaster treatment soon. Continue reading EA Strongly Hints That Mass Effect Trilogy Will Get Remastered
Myles wants to go ahead and apologize for the atrocious quality of his mic for this podcast. He thought he switched from the webcam over to his proper mic midway through the cast… needless to say he did not. This was why he didn’t want to record last week… oh well! Anyway, this week the crew talked about… well, lets be honest, mainly they talked about Mass Effect: Andromeda, but the two new WB Montreal DC games and the current issues with Bloodborne’s online were mentioned too! Thanksgiving was recapped and they ended it all with a talk about a timeless topic, day one DLC and retailer exclusive pre-order bonuses. What do you think about the Mass Effect news? What about Trump running for president? PUPPIES?! Tell it all and hear what the crew has to say on episode 103! Continue reading MONG Podcast 103 | Do Day 1 DLC and Retailer Exclusive Pre-Order Bonuses Hurt the Gamer?
Multiplayer may return for the next entry in the Mass Effect series, according to a tweet by the game’s director. Continue reading Multiplayer Might Return in Next Mass Effect
Creative Director, Mac Walters, has plans to make Mass Effect familiar, yet fresh in its next installment.
A few weeks ago I bought my way into the closed beta of EverQuest Next: Landmark and I began to notice something quite interesting. That interesting thing being that the players have a direct impact in how both, EverQuest Next and EverQuest Next: Landmark, are being developed. Continue reading Should Players Have a Direct Impact on Game Development?