Hidden Heroes: Fryda Wolff

She brought Sara Ryder to life, but she also voices other characters so well you will battle to recognise it is her.

It looks like Mass Effect is on hiatus for now

The loose threads of Mass Effect Andromeda are going to dangle for quite a while as studio staff get shifted to new IP and support role.

Mass Effect Andromeda new patch detailed

Patches include better cinematic sequences, animations, multiplayer balance and more.

BioWare’s mysterious new IP has been delayed

A "live service" BioWare game is coming, but that is about as much as we will hear for now.

Bioware details patch that addresses some of Mass Effect: Andromeda’s major issues

Last week, Bioware told fans of Mass Effect: Andromeda that they are aware of the many problems that has been reported to them and are working to get it fixed. Last night they detailed a patch that will address some of the major issues that has been plaguing the game. Patch 1.05 will be made available on 6 April. Some of the fixes include the following according to the official Mass Effect site: A...

Things to do (and look out for) in Andromeda

By now you have probably realised that the Heleus Cluster is a big place and there is a lot to do. There is actually almost too much to do. Things can get slightly overwhelming if you don’t keep your head on straight. Using your quest log and tracking important tasks, but still looking at the map to see if anything worth doing is nearby is a skill that you need to learn through practise, and a few...

Bioware to provide feedback on plans for Mass Effect: Andromeda next week

Mass Effect: Andromeda has been out for a little more than a week now, and the response to the game has been mixed. While a lot of people have been enjoying it, there’s no denying the many faults and issues that the game has, and many fans of the series have been expressing their dissatisfaction with it. The game is a bit of a mess, with bugs all over the show, bad character AI, texture pop-...

Video: Top 5 best things about Mass Effect: Andromeda

By now you will know that I get shunned weekly for not playing the original Mass Effect trilogy. That’s why I couldn’t wait to try out Mass Effect: Andromedaa and finally break my Mass Effect seal. So I decided to make a list of my personal top 5 favourite things to do within the game. BioWare sure know how to make a good RPG and just like the KOTOR series Mass Effect: Andromeda pulls ...

Feature: Meet the crew of the Tempest

The Tempest is a lot smaller than the Normandy, meaning everyone on board has to do their bit to keep things running smoothly. Whether keeping the engines running or organising logistics or scanning for new signals and research, everyone on board does something to keep the Pathfinder at peak performance and ready for just about anything. Most members of the crew will be found in different parts of...

Feature: Why we had to leave Earth behind in Mass Effect

[Warning, there are spoilers relating to the original trilogy, so be warned if you never played Mass Effect 1 – 3.] Sometimes a story has more elements that can be told. Sequels, prequels, expansions of backstory. I have heard time and again though that if a backstory was good enough, it would be the main story in the first place. If you think about that, it really does make sense. Why would...

Review: Mass Effect: Andromeda (Xbox One)

Get ready for a whole new galaxy and more problems than you can shake a soap opera at.

Mass Effect: Andromeda has a lot of people talking – 1,200 of them

Well then, guess you’ll be doing a lot of reading if you have subtitles on. BioWare games have always been massive in terms of the scope of their lore and the pure amount of dialogue. You’ll often see that the dialogue and written lore in those games surpass the size of multiple novels and if you played any of them, you’ll see that it’s very true. In fact, I think I have to...

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