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Mass Effect: Andromeda Delay Confirmed, Gameplay at E3

Mass Effect: Andromeda Delay Confirmed, Gameplay at E3 We have known that Mass Effect: Andromeda was delayed to early 2017 for a while, but it's still good to get actual confirmation for anyone who doesn't closely follow executive presentations and gaming forums.That said, I'd argue that BioWare's statement of intent and the news that there will be some gameplay footage of the game at E3 are the most important part of the Mass Effect: Andromeda update published on the series' official website.

Dead Effect 2 review - ChristCenteredGamer.com

Dead Effect 2 review - ChristCenteredGamer.com Dead Effect 2 continues where the previous game left off.On the spaceship ESS Meridian, death was conquered by a mad scientist, but many of the test subjects turned into zombies as a result.

Mass Effect: Andromeda Interview

Mass Effect: Andromeda Interview Kotaku Australia recently chatted up BioWare producer Mike Gamble, which has resulted in about their plans for Mass Effect: Andromeda.Topics include the methods they're using to release information about the game, how multiplayer will function, the design approach they're taking to the game's environment, the expectations we should have for the PC version, and more:

Mass Effect: Andromeda Gets New Trailers

Mass Effect: Andromeda Gets New Trailers With Mass Effect: Andromeda's imminent release, BioWare has put together a couple of new trailers to keep their hype train going.Here's an excerpt from the press release describing the two: You can watch both the cinematic character trailer and the Pathfinder Initiative trailer on YouTube.

‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ to have meaningful sidequests, akin to The Witcher

‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ to have meaningful sidequests, akin to The Witcher Prepare to frequently question life itself while playing Mass Effect: Andromeda, as the development team has stuffed the game with meaningful sidequests.In an interview with PC Gamer Magazine, Bioware’s Fabrice Condominas said that they’re taking a different approach to sidequests in Andromeda, following The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

Mass Effect: Andromeda Combat Gameplay Video Series, Part One

Mass Effect: Andromeda Combat Gameplay Video Series, Part One BioWare has kicked off a new combat-focused gameplay video series for Mass Effect: Andromeda, with this initial five-and-a-half-minute entry showcasing how to "battle with weaponry from an alien galaxy, outmaneuver enemies with your jump-jet, and unlock the power of Biotics." We also get a few brief glances at enemy AI:

'Andromeda' may be the biggest, boldest, and best Mass Effect yet

'Andromeda' may be the biggest, boldest, and best Mass Effect yet The result is a game that, moment-to-moment feels as action-packed as Mass Effect 3, but also stands to offer the series’ deepest role-playing experience yet.More: Mass Effect: Andromeda: News, rumors, and everything we know Author’s note: This piece will include some broad story spoilers for the game.

Mass Effect: Andromeda Previews, Interview, Character Trailer

Mass Effect: Andromeda Previews, Interview, Character Trailer Mass Effect: Andromeda has about a month till its release on March 21-23, 2017, but we're already getting some previews from a number of outlets, both PC and console-centric.The general impressions seem to be cautiously optimistic with a mention of performance issues, attributed to the pre-release build.

‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ recommended specs demand high-end PC hardware

‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ recommended specs demand high-end PC hardware Electronic Arts outlined its system requirements for BioWare’s upcoming action-RPG Mass Effect: Andromeda, revealing that players will need an Nvidia GTX 1060 3GB or AMD RX 480 video card to achieve maximum in-game performance.More: EA Access members can play 10 hours of ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ before launch Mass Effect: Andromeda is the latest entry in developer BioWare’s galaxy-trekking sci-fi series, following up on a trilogy of releases for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC platforms over the past decade.