I was pumped to see this title come up for beta on my Xbox one console and immediately queued it up for download. My usual console buddies jumped at the chance to try it out as well. We all were impressed with the gameplay trailer a few months earlier. We’ve played hundreds of hours in Call of Duty games but most recently had concentrated on Battlefield 4. After a short break from that title, getting the squad back together seemed like a great idea. Besides, who didn’t grow up playing cops and robbers?
I had a great time chatting up with my friend and Twinfinite head honcho Yamilia Avendano or “Yami” for short. Check out the interview as we talk about the start of her love of video games, how Twinfinite came to be, and how women are portrayed in video games!
Don’t forget to also watch the bonus videos where we get into the controversial topic on video games being considered art as well as bonus questions on our favorite games of the generation, the next gen console war, and memorable video game soundtracks!
UPDATE: There will be specific DLC available depending on the platform. The PC version will come with “Bring Down the Sky” and “Pinnacle Station” for Mass Effect. The Cerberus Network, which includes the bonus character Zaeed, the Firewalker pack, Cerberus Assault gear, Arc Projector weapon, and Normandy Crash Site mission will be included for Mass Effect 2. Mass Effect 3 will come with the Online Pass which allows multiplayer. The Xbox 360 version will only come with the Cerberus Network for ME2 and Online Pass for ME3. No details of DLC has been released yet for the PS3 version although it was revealed that Mass Effect will be available as a digital download on the same day of release for $15.
Did you miss out on the adventures of Command Shepard and his crew saving the galaxy the first time around? No need to worry because BioWare has announced the release of the Mass Effect Trilogy box set.
“I’m Commander Shepard and this is my favorite box set in the Citadel!”
Game developers are always looking for ways to make their games stand out and, hopefully, start a trend for years to come. To do this, Indomitus Games looks to replace the use of a controller or keyboard with a microphone instead in their ambitious fantasy game In Verbis Virtus.
Ubisoft, you and I have had a rough relationship. First, you release the sub-standard, problem riddled StarForce copy protection for PC. Then you decide, out of the blue, to enact a draconian method of DRM where the game must be validated and constant internet connection is required. If servers go down, then you’re screwed! You next release From Dust claiming it will have no DRM and yet there you are again with your shackles making all PC gamers bow to your will. Finally, this is the last straw for you and I on PC.
Looks like The Walking Dead game by Telltale Games is going to have some competition and by the same property no less! Activision announced that they’re releasing their own title based on the hit show which promises to be more action packed while still remaining true to the source material.