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BioWare has officially announced the "Mass Effect Trilogy", a box-set which as implied, will feature all 3 games in one package. According to the BioWare site, the package will include the 5 game discs (1 for ME, 2 for ME2 and 2 for ME3) and exclusive artwork, all contained within a good-looking premium-foil box. Here's the kicker: all this costs just $59.99 USD! The package will be avaiable for the X360, the PC, AND the PS3 (good for PS3 fans who want to play ME, but can't as a standalone due to Microsoft control). The trilogy will be released on Nov. 6, 2012, exactly 8 months after ME3's release. (UPDATE: The PS3 version will be released at a later date).
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This is incredible. Gamespot has posted the new ME3 launch trailer. I can take a guess right now and say that this will be sweeter and sweeter as the days countdown.. and with 4 days to go (3 by UTC standards) it can become very hyped very fast. Give it a watch! Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem 01:23, March 3, 2012 (UTC)Read more >
Gamespot has written an article regarding Casey Hudson defending the use of day-1 DLC. Among the things he states is that the content creators essentially finished the game back in January, then began work on the "From Ashes" DLC. Included in the link is a Q & A (haven't watched it myself), and at 8 minutes in length, it should provide some answers to some previously unanswered questions. Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem 15:48, February 23, 2012 (UTC)Read more >
Personally, it's overdue and it looks great. Finally BioWare has the sense to overhaul it's bland and arguably obsolete layout, as similar things were done for ME and ME2 if I remember correctly. With less than a month to go (27 days to be exact), this is something that was needed another month ago, back when 2012 started in my opinion.
Now that I've spoken (some of) my mind on this matter, what's your opinion on the revamp? Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem 02:11, February 10, 2012 (UTC)Read more >
The UK's 360 Magazine has recently published an interview with Casey Hudson, regarding among other things, the inclusion of multiplayer. It doesn't necessarily shed any new light regarding it, but he does reference the amount of feedback BioWare received from the fans when it was first announced, and how the reception changed once it was further elaborated upon. Obviously it's recent, but there's no date and the only reference was through BioWare's site (as it was posted in the newsfeed on December 2). Enjoy. Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem 04:35, December 5, 2011 (UTC)Read more >