I think a lot about games and gaming moments.
I have pretty weird tastes in video games, I suspect.
I've been ruminating on the events of Mass Effect 2 and 3, and the more I do, the more that I believe there's a mysterious shadow conspiracy at the heart of the Mass Effect trilogy.
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.
If you're the gamer in your friend group or family, you often get asked about the various games you play, be they video games, tabletop RPGs, board games -- I have lost track of the amount of times I've been asked to explain Catan to people -- and you're put in the position of serving as a sort of unofficial ambassador for the hobbies you participate in and enjoy.
Amazon Prime is loving the views for its Wheel of Time series, and the future for this streaming service seems to be focusing more on genre shows like the upcoming Lord of the Rings series and — to me at least more interestingly — possibly a Mass Effect series as well.
No, you are obsessively staring at this Mass Effect teaser image trying to pick out every possible ounce of information about the next Mass Effect game.
A lot of us at Blizzard Watch are ready to take a break from raid night to dive into Mass Effect Legendary Edition.
It was a fun (if slightly bonkers) time playing a homemade Mass Effect-themed TTRPG with Blizzard Watch's usual tabletop gaming crew.