Square Enix and BioWare have announced a partnership where the N7 Armor for Commander Shepard will be available for the main characters Serah and Noel in Final Fantasy XIII-2. The DLC pack is not the first cross-over for the series, with Ezio's armor from Assassins Creed: Revelations also available for purchase. It is also not the first time there has been a series cross-over with Mass Effect, with other examples including Kingdoms of Amalur.
Do you think it's cool that Mass Effect influences can be found in other games? Are you interested in picking up the DLC pack for Final Fantasy? Let us know in the comments!Read more >
Starter Guides are quick wrap-ups of a franchise. Whether you are a Mass Effect pro or new to the series, this page will get you caught up. You'll find links throughout to give you far more in-depth content courtesy of Wikia's Mass Effect wiki.
To understand the game, it is crucial to understand the universe it is set in. The Mass Effect universe is both ancient and futuristic. The story starts with an ancient race of aliens, the Protheans, leaving a very important piece of technology on Mars. Fast forward thousands of years to Humans discovering it. This discovery launched Humans into the inter-stellar scene, alongside dozens of other races. Most of the races have representatives for the race on the massive space station The Cita…
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As reported by IGN today, the Mass Effect 3 demo will be released on February 14th and will feature Kinect integration. For those wary of the Kinect gameplay, there is nothing to fear. There are not going to be gimmicky motion controls, only voice commands.
This means that when you want to switch weapons, or use a biotic power, simply tell the game to do that. A command of "Adrenaline Rush" for example, will make Shepard use the power.
The demo coming on the 14th will not include any of the co-op campaign that will be new to the series unless you have activated your Battlefield 3 online pass or though other opportunities that will be announced in the near future www.masseffect.com. The demo for co-op will become available for everyone on Feb…Read more >
No information has been released as of yet about the new BioWare franchise in development, however Game Informer has just published the first image from the new series. Judging by the image, it will have nothing to do with Mass Effect or Dragon Age. To me, it looks a bit like Rage, the id Software release from earlier in the year. It will be interesting to see how a new series from BioWare will play out. Let us know what you think in the comments!Read more >