Mass Effect: Andromeda may not have been the expansive and polished game fans were hoping for but it's still a good experience.
Mass Effect: Andromeda was supposed to be the definitive Mass Effect experience, as it moved towards an open-region structure.
It looks like Mass Effect has been put on hiatus if this report is to be believed. Another one bites the space dust.
Firing up The Witcher 3 for another playthrough made us wonder how exactly Bioware managed to miss its mark so badly with Mass Effect: Andromeda.
The right weapon can make a nasty firefight much easier to shoot your way through in Mass Effect: Andromeda. We rounded up the best of the best.
As Mass Effect: Andromeda draws to a close, it leaves several unanswered questions in its wake. Time to equip those tin foil hats, we're heading into conspiracy territory here.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is topping charts around the world, but that doesn't mean BioWare is going to ignore the negative feedback.
After playing Mass Effect: Andromeda for more than 100 hours (seriously), we came up with a list of the game's "pros" and "cons."
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