Blizzard Watch is streaming a special Mass Effect tabletop RPG session this Saturday, and I may have to play a romanceable Elcor
Look, we all know that the Mass Effect Legendary Edition is coming out on May 14.
If you, like me, are looking forward to the upcoming Mass Effect Legendary Edition then you'll have to accept a simple fact -- in order to play the game, you will have to, well, play the game.
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.
The Mass Effect Legendary Cache comes with a wearable helmet and cool game case, but not the actual game
On May 14, 2021, we'll be taking a newly remastered trip around the Milky Way with Commander Shepard and crew in a last-ditch attempt to save all life in the galaxy from the Reapers in Mass Effect Legendary Edition.
One of the things I talk about in terms of running a Dungeons and Dragons campaign as a DM is how helpful it is to take inspiration from other sources, and those sources don't have to just be fantasy novels and movies, either.
Actor Henry Cavill recently posted a picture of himself reading some material while in a hair-and-makeup chair.
Do a google search of Assassin's Creed Valhalla and look at the images.
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.
Nowadays, it's hard to find video games that actually end.
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.