Mass Effect Legendary Edition
So right now I'm playing Horizon Forbidden West, while also dipping into Cyberpunk 2077's new 1.5 update/soft reboot which makes the game amazing on consoles, while also preparing for World of Warcraft and the upcoming patch 9.2, while also working on my renegade Shepard playthrough in Mass Effect Legendary Edition, while also...
It has been a really terrifying, hellish month and it's only the third day of it as I write this, and so, as a coping mechanism I've been playing a lot of Fallout 4. Yes, that's right, I deal with stress by playing a game where humanity blew up the world.
Thanks to a very thoughtful Christmas gift, I have been obsessively replaying the original Mass Effect trilogy and ruminating on what it's like to play all three games.
What's old is new again as more and more game studios dive into their past catalogs for their next big hits.
A lot of us at Blizzard Watch are ready to take a break from raid night to dive into Mass Effect Legendary Edition.
We're getting ever closer to the launch of Mass Effect Legendary Edition, which was the first time a game's story, characters, and sense of drama came together in such a powerful way that I cried.
I have argued exactly the opposite of this on several occasions, and I might do so again, but sitting here at 5 am the day after I got my eye injections I find myself thinking that the new Chronoboon Displacer -- while it is something that never existed in vanilla WoW -- is a good sign for the future of WoW Classic.