I wish it would be more like Dragon Age, with the size of the game and the more open-range locations, but with 3rd person shooting when running into enemies.
That's how the first Mass Effect was. And that's what it seems they are returning to (and expanding upon) in the 4th.
So there's simultaneously a super secret team of giant robots and a super secret team of technologically enhanced super soldiers, and neither team knows about the other? The governments in these movies must be far more effective than our actual government. Well, damn it, I want some realism and mature adult themes in my giant robot and super soldier movies! - Suprmallet
BioWare has announced that Mass Effect: Andromeda will launch on March 21 in North America and March 23 internationally.
In a blog post on the game’s official site, BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn called Andromeda the “most ambitious Mass Effect game to date,” promising a “tremendous graphical jump” compared to the original trilogy thanks to using the Frostbite engine.
Flynn explained that several members of the studio took home a copy of Andromeda over the holiday break to put the game through its paces and make sure it was ready for release.
“Coming back from holiday, the feedback has been great,” he wrote. “Getting the endorsement from members of our studio, many of whom played key roles on the original trilogy, was definitely a key factor in helping us lock in on the date.”
My backlog tells me to wait on this one for a bit, but my heart says preorder now...
I finished ME1 in 2014, ME2 in 2015, and ME3 in 2016. Played through all of the DLC too. Part of me wants a break this year to hold off and wait for a GOTY with all of the DLC bundled, but depending on what the reception is I might jump in at release with everyone else now that I'm caught up.
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Sweet. I wish I had 4K TV to take advantage of the improved graphics, but I'm buying it at launch. Already preordered the deluxe one.
John Henson: McDonald's has dumped Kobe Bryant as their spokesperson and have replaced him with Yao Ming. Apparently McDonald's prefers Yao because he is a bigger international star, and he doesn't rape so much.
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This is day one for me since Mass Effect was my favorite franchise all of last generation, but I'm not sure if I want to go retail or digital for it. I'm kind of leaning towards paying the extra for digital on Xbox.