For those of you who haven't played any of BioWare's seminal RPG series -- Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Knights of the Old Republic, and its MMO counterpart Star Wars: The Old Republic -- one thing that stands out is your ability to form meaningful relationships with the characters you interact with most.
There's an easy to follow path in terms of Bioware RPG's, and it goes like this: Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate 2, Neverwinter Nights, Knights of the Old Republic, Jade Empire, Mass Effect, Dragon Age Origins.
I've been around a long time, and I've played a lot of tabletop RPGs over the years.
Off-Topic: Anthem is bricking consoles, so maybe avoid playing it until EA and BioWare get their stuff together
Many scattered reports from Anthem players suggest that if you're playing BioWare's latest loot shooter on consoles, maybe you should take a pause on that.
If you want first impressions of BioWare's latest game Anthem, I can tell you that I briefly thought it was a game that sought to comment on the endless repetition of loot-shooters by having me perpetually stuck in its opening sequence.
This week on Swords and Shields we're diving into an all-new game series: Dragon Age. (more…)
This week on Swords and Shields it's time for the very end of Mass Effect 3.
This week on Swords and Shields another planet falls as Mitch plays through Thessia.
This week on Swords and Shields we run head-first into one of the worst moments the Mass Effect series has to offer.