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Mass Effect trilogy might get remastered after all

Mass Effect trilogy might get remastered after all

These days, you don't have to look very hard to find news of the latest video game re-release, as publishers race to remaster their old games and launch them once more for current generation hardware. Nearly every publisher in the industry has hopped on the remaster bandwagon, save for one hold out: Electronic Arts. That may all be changing soon, with EA indicating that it's considering remastering the lauded Mass Effect trilogy.

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Titanfall 2 : “life-sized model behind the scenes” Boogaloo

Titanfall 2 : “life-sized model behind the scenes” Boogaloo

We've gone up close and personal with the folks that make the full-sized Titans for the game Titanfall 2 for events like E3 2016. Today we've got a collection of photos of the making-of process, showing what these mechs are made of. As it was the last time we brought you inside the cockpit, so to speak, these Titans are made mostly of high quality foam. Also involved, of course, is a bunch of skillfully applied paint - and metal too.

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Battlefield 1 trailer analysis reveals more WWI historical accuracy than expected

Battlefield 1 trailer analysis reveals more WWI historical accuracy than expected

Battlefield 1 took the FPS world by surprise a little over a week ago, with its debut trailer revealing a World War I setting, albeit with a sort of alternate timeline take on things. While some gamers were surprised that developer DICE would take its flagship series so far back in time when all the other war games have moved on to modern and futuristic settings, the history buffs on YouTube channel The Great War went with the flow and instead made a detailed breakdown of the trailer's historical accuracy.

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Mass Effect Andromeda delayed because reasons

Mass Effect Andromeda delayed because reasons

The next MASS EFFECT game will be coming later than you expected - or later than you were last told, anyway. The folks behind the game have decided they need more time to develop. Developers gonna develop, and gamers gonna wait. Until then, they’ve provided a few points on what they’re doing to make the game better than it hypothetically would have been had they released said game on time.

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Battlefield 1 trailer revealed with WWI-style madness

Battlefield 1 trailer revealed with WWI-style madness

This morning the folks behind the Battlefield series have brought a trailer for what might be their most ambitious project yet. This is Battlefield 1, so called - sort of - because it takes place during World War 1. This isn't the same WWI you've been taught about in school, however, it's a sort of alternate dimension where oddities can happen. This is what they call the "Dawn of All-Out War". We're looking... a bit... forward to it.

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Battlefield 1 leaked: details incoming [UPDATE]

Battlefield 1 leaked: details incoming [UPDATE]

Today a bit of in-store packaging and poster art has leaked the name of the next Battlefield title - fitting perfect with the supposed World War I setting. This will be Battlefield 1, or Battlefield I if you prefer, and it'll be epic. According to Battlefield official, the full reveal of the game will take place on May 6th - today - at 4PM Eastern Time, 9PM BST. That'll be where you'll find a "first look at the future of Battlefield."

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Get two Battlefield DLCs and Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, courtesy of Origin

Get two Battlefield DLCs and Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault, courtesy of Origin

I'm the kind of guy that's always on the lookout for a good deal. This is especially true with games, as I've come to accept the fact that many of my games will never get played until completion. So why spend a lot on one when there might be a good deal later? Well nothing beats free, and currently Origin is serving up some freebies that you might want to check out.

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EA’s Origin Access provides $4.99 subscription for PC games

EA’s Origin Access provides $4.99 subscription for PC games

Back in 2014, EA offered up a novel solution for gamers that want to play new games, but don't want shell out the cash for every one of them. The solution was EA Access, and was a subscription service that allowed you access to every game in The Vault for one low monthly fee. The only real downside to the service is that it has only been available to Xbox One owners.

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Star Wars 1313 may have EA hiring again

Star Wars 1313 may have EA hiring again

Battlefront has been out for a little while now, and while it's got the shooter aspects of Star Wars, it lacks any real substance. For me, Star Wars is far less about blasters and lightsabers, and more about the story. Thankfully, it would seem that there is a Star Wars RPG in the works, to satisfy people like me.

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Star Wars Battlefront beta extended to October 13

Star Wars Battlefront beta extended to October 13

Good news for Star Wars fans who didn't have the chance to play the Star Wars: Battlefront beta — or those who simply didn't get enough play time — over the weekend, as EA has decided to extend the testing period to Tuesday, October 13th. It seems all platforms the beta is available on, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, have been experiencing some server problems over the weekend, so EA and Battlefront developer DICE are looking to conduct some additional infrastructure tests before the game's debut on November 17th.

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Star Wars: Battlefront Beta opens today at 10AM PST

Star Wars: Battlefront Beta opens today at 10AM PST

Thursday the 8th of October, 2015, the Star Wars Battlefront BETA began opening its doors to the public. This open invitation will be brought to users on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, including several modes of play and environments. This BETA test will be sent out for two reasons. The first is to test the servers - any game that's based primarily in an online environment such as this needs time to make certain it'll be able to be handled at scale. The second reason this BETA exists is that the game itself must be tested for flaws by a large number of users - tiny flaws like bonus icons disappearing when you throw a thermal detonator - that's what they'll looking for.

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Disney, EA removes a ton of mobile games from iOS, Android

Disney, EA removes a ton of mobile games from iOS, Android

With Apple's recent gaming push on the new Apple TV, you would think that gaming is the next hottest thing in mobile. And indeed, analysts have pointed out how lucrative that market has become. Sadly, that has also made it all the more crowded and oversaturated, edging out some titles, including big but older ones. That is probably what led Disney and EA, two of the largest game publishers on iOS and Android, to officially pull the plug on dozens of their games, regardless of how popular they may have been.

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