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Bioware interested in realizing new Mass Effect

In the 2017, following Mass Effect: Andromeda, a report stated that the franchise would be suspended. Now, BioWare talked about his desire to make other games in the series. Mark Darrah, executive producer of ...
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Anthem will influence the new Mass Effect and Dragon Age

Bioware's new sci-fi shooter, Anthem, is already influencing how the developer will create future titles for Dragon Age and Mass Effect. Speaking at PAX West this weekend, the Bioware team has ...
Future Bioware Mass Effect Dragon Age

New Mass Effect and Dragon Age? BioWare replies that he received "loud and clear"

After the disappointment of Andromeda's Mass Effect and the limbo that the next Dragon Age is facing, BioWare has been busy with other things over the past few months. Specifically, let's talk about Anthem - a ...

BioWare reflects on the tenth anniversary of Mass Effect

Today is the November 7, which for Mass Effect fans means N7 Day, a real day of celebration dedicated to the BioWare space opera saga. But it's a ...

Mass Effect: Andromeda - Let's Explore the Nexus!

The Mass Effect saga represents, since the first chapter, a huge success, placing itself as an innovative and very involving title. Ten years after the first chapter was released, we are facing the upcoming distribution of ...

The Accattino - the Stocking, the Befana and the Free Game

Accattino is back! Hello sparagnini friends, here we are again in the column dedicated to greed and avarice THAT ZIO PAPERONE MADE BEFORE BEFORE. So that Mass Effect is unmistakably a fantastic game is known to all ...
Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mass Effect: Andromeda, official release date

In the last hours Electronic Arts and BioWare have finally formalized a European and North American release date for the new Mass Effect: Andromeda, the highly anticipated new chapter of the PC saga, PlayStation 4 ...

2017: video games for all tastes!

We say goodbye to the 2016 and greet the new year together, with some of the titles that will make their appearance during the 2017. The new year promises to be full of surprises and wonders on ...

Twitch now knows everything, bought the Internet Gaming Database

Twitch has acquired the Internet Gaming Database from which it will be able to draw all the information of most of the existing games.

Borderlands 3 will not add characters with DLCs

The Borderlands franchise is known for the abundance and variety of its post-launch content. Typical DLCs cover everything from additions to ...
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