Mass Effect tagged posts
“Mass Effect: Andromeda” program and new “Dragon Age” series set to drop early next year
Each and every day of this coming week, we’re going to be telling you what we’re thankful for! We work hard every day to bring you geeky reviews and as we do that, we find our favorites…the ones we are truly thankful for coming across our desks, in our inboxes, at the theatres and everywhere that geeky things tend to sneak into our lives.
Each day will have a different theme and hopefully will introduce you to some awesome that you might have missed as well as us showing our thanks for the amazing creators that are out there.
Today brings us to video games! Yes, we love those too! We appreciate the amount of work that goes into making a good video game good. Tim, Nathan and Nikolas come to us today with their favorites!
|1. Tales of the Abyss|
|2. Ocarina of Time|
All-new 6” Turian Cruiser ship to
hit shelves in November!
of the cornerstones of both Dark Horse’s publishing and product line in recent
years, has been the massive video game franchise, Mass Effect.
has released four different ships, as well as limited edition variant, and high
end editions. Up next is the Turian cruiser, which bears some slight
resemblance to the Normandy, due to the cooperative effort between the Turians
and the human race in the Alliance ship’s construction. This race in Mass
Effect, are members of the Citadel Council, well known for their military role,
and their contribution of starships to the Citadel Fleet.
have been overwhelmed by the support gamers have given our Mass Effect ship
by Mac Walters, lead writer of Mass
Effect 2 and 3!
Seattle, WA–Today at Emerald City Comicon, Dark Horse Comics announced a new
ongoing canonical entry in the Mass
the vibrant, engaging world of BioWare’s blockbuster science fiction epic! Fans
of the award-winning franchise will find new characters tied directly to the
newly announced Mass Effect 3: Citadel single-player DLC.
comic is recommended whether you are a Mass
Effect groupie or someone who has never heard of it before today and just
likes sci-fi. It’s a strong, good, enjoyable read!”—BAMFAS.com
the writing front, the dialogue is straight out of what ...