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  • Anthem Officially Launches Today

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    Anthem Officially Launches Today


    Despite the game being available now since February 15 under some circumstances, today marks the day in which Anthem has "officially" been released. While Origin Access and EA Access subscribers have already had a chance to play and, in some cases, "complete" the game, this will be the first time most players will get to dive in.

    Today's release is accompanied by the "day one" patch, which we already provided the changelog for the other day. Anthem allows you and some friends (or random people if you prefer) to assume the role of Freelancers....
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  • PSA: Origin Black Friday Sale is Live

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    PSA: Origin Black Friday Sale is Live

    The Origin Black Friday sales are now live. Do you want to get Battlefield 1 or Titanfall 2 for $4.49 (USD) each? Well, you can.

    Maybe you want to get the first Madden game on the PC in literally a decade? Well, you can for just $32.39. Hey, maybe you thought about playing Mass Effect: Andromeda but were turned away by the price. I get it. Well, you can get it right now for just $5.39, which is honestly a pretty good deal. There's a bunch of Sims 4 stuff priced at $17.99.

    You can find all of those and more at the Origin Black Friday 2018 sale....
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  • BioWare Confirms More Mass Effect and Dragon Age are Coming but Focus Remains on Anthem

    As part of their mid-Summer update, BioWare confirmed today that they are very much still working on the next iterations of both Dragon Age and Mass Effect. They say that those franchises are both still a significant part of their future even if the main focus right now is on Anthem.
    This statement comes directly from Casey Hudson. Think what you will about ...
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  • Review: Vampyr (PC)

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    Review: Vampyr (PC)


    Interview with a vampire.
    Please do not adjust your monitors or television sets. I did not misspell "Vampire" for the title. The game is actually entitled Vampyr and it is a legitimate spelling of the name given to the undead blood suckers we have all come to know and sometimes even love. Vampyr, the game, is a new entry in the sometimes too saturated action-RPG genre. And while it does indeed share a lot of similarities with other games in the genre like Bloodborne, , and even The Witcher, Vampyr manages to be a stand out experience. To say that Vampyr is a flawed masterpiece would not be a lie. In a lot of ways, Vampyr really pushes the action RPG genre forward while still having a few cumbersome issues that hold it back from true greatness. On the action side, we have a combat system that immediately made me think of Bloodborne, featuring f...
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    Review: Vampyr (PC)

    Interview with a vampire.
    Please do not adjust your monitors or television sets. I did not misspell "Vampire" for the title. The...
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  • BioWare Re-Confirms New Dragon Age but Delays Anthem

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    BioWare Re-Confirms New Dragon Age but Delays Anthem

    BioWare says that they are still working on a new Dragon Age game. I'm sure many fans have been a bit afraid about the fate of the franchise ever since the tepid response to Mass Effect: Andromeda. Don't get me wrong, Mass Effect: Andromeda sold quite well according to EA themselves. It just happened to be panned by both critics and consumers alike, mainly due to its multitude of bugs, somewhat boring story, and poor mission design.

    Today's confirmation of more Dragon Age came from Mark Darrah, the Dragon Age executive producer.
    That is about the extent of the details that were provided. We have nothing mor...
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  • BioWare Re-Confirms New Dragon Age but Delays Anthem

    BioWare says that they are still working on a new Dragon Age game. I'm sure many fans have been a bit afraid about the fate of the franchise ever...
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  • Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, and Dragon Age DLC Finally Appear on Origin

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    Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, and Dragon Age DLC Finally Appear on Origin

    For the first time in literally years, the DLC for Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, Dragon Age II, and Dragon Age: Origins have appeared for sale on Origin. To be more specific, the DLC is available for sale in bundles for each game. Hey, it's still a step up from being only able to buy the DLC through BioWare using their BioWare Points. Who thought that was a smart thing to keep doing when Origin has been around for years? How did it literally take years for this to happen?! And why can you still not buy the DLC items separately?! UGH!

    The Mass Effect 2 DLC Bundle is going for $24.99 (USD) through Origin.
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  • Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, and Dragon Age DLC Finally Appear on Origin

    For the first time in literally years, the DLC for Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, Dragon Age II, and Dragon Age: Origins have appeared for sale...
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  • Mass Effect: Andromeda Patch 1.05 Provides Massive Improvements to Eyes and Emotions

    As promised, BioWare released the 1.05 patch today for Mass Effect: Andromeda. The patch actually does quite a bit more than initially advertised, which is a good thing.

    The full list of multiplayer changes is fairly substantial and is a good start to patching this game up. There are no additional changes for the game's single player from the patch notes provided the other day....
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  • Mass Effect: Andromeda Patch 1.05 Provides Massive Improvements to Eyes and Emotions

    As promised, BioWare released the 1.05 patch today for Mass Effect: Andromeda. The patch actually does quite a bit more than initially advertised,...
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  • (Review) Go Home, Mass Effect: Andromeda, You're Drunk

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    (Review) Go Home, Mass Effect: Andromeda, You're Drunk

    No man's Mass Effect.
    For the sake of this review, let me just state that as of this writing I have not yet finished playing through Mass Effect: Andromeda. However, I have put in about 69 hours into the game, which includes a mix of both the game's single player and multiplayer content, a bulk of which has been spent in the game's single player content. This will not be a traditional review. This will instead be a quick look at some of the highs and the many lows that this game has delivered to me in these nearly three days' worth of play time. Over the past couple of weeks, my journey through Andromeda has been a rollercoaster of emotions, feelings, and pains. See, I love the original Mass Effect titles. I recently replayed through all of them in anticipation for the rel...
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  • Article: (Review) Go Home, Mass Effect: Andromeda, You're Drunk

    No man's Mass Effect.
    For the sake of this review, let me just state that as of this writing I have not yet finished playing through Mass...
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  • BioWare Promises Important Fixes Coming to Mass Effect: Andromeda this Thursday

    This Thursday, April 6, BioWare will release the 1.05 patch for Mass Effect: Andromeda. This update is coming just a couple of weeks after the game's release but for many player it feels long overdue already.

    BioWare's General Manger Aaryn Flynn provided a look at "The Journey Ahead."
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  • BioWare Promises Important Fixes Coming to Mass Effect: Andromeda this Thursday

    This Thursday, April 6, BioWare will release the 1.05 patch for Mass Effect: Andromeda. This update is coming just a couple of weeks after the...
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