I’m no console fanboy. Although I will admit that over the past few years, I have held some degree of favouritism of the Microsoft consoles over the Sony ones. This generation might just change things though, having managed to get my hands on a PS5 before even bothering with a new Xbox, I was super excited to see all the trailers announced at Sony’s PlayStation Showcase.
Although one surprise announcement had me bouncing even more than the ones that followed it, despite myself: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake.
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Some time back, after a prior revisitation into the Mass Effect Trilogy, I wrote a post on here talking about the Leviathan DLC for Mass Effect 3 and how it actively reduced the mystique and unknowable sense of inevitable doom around the series’ antagonists: The Reapers. Playing through all the expanded content again as a part of the Legendary Collection this past month, my feelings haven’t changed all that much.
Continue reading “Mass Effect: Citadel is just a whole lot of fun”
The commonly jumped to conclusion regarding Mass Effect Trilogy is that the third one is the bad one. Regardless of the reasoning or actual truth behind that statement, there was such a fiasco over the ending of the game back when it first came out that Bioware actually had to apologise about is and then go back and “fix” it.
Continue reading “Returning to Mass Effect – Legendary Edition: Mass Effect 3”