COMMUNITY QUESTION | It's time to predict things that will most definitely not happen at this year's E3.
From NetHack to The Witcher 3, we celebrate the greatest RPGs throughout gaming history.
Xbox One X patch for Mass Effect: Andromeda goes live today.
Commander Shepard begins their legendary journey right here.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD | We add Mass Effect to our Top 25 RPG countdown LIVE from PAX West.
Anthem's post-launch content is baked into the game's DNA.
BioWare is tinkering on some secret things.
BioWare is keeping busy beyond Anthem.
With Mass Effect, Persona 5, and Doki Doki Literature Club, games teach us troubling things about love.
Anthem might be pushed back into 2019, and investors aren't pleased.
EA's VP talks the future of BioWare's Mass Effect franchise at Gamescom.
Anthem director Aaryn Flynn leaves BioWare as Casey Hudson returns.
A planned sequel has also been shelved
EA is letting you play some its best games for a limited time. Here's how to get in on the action.
BioWare tried to make Mass Effect into a No Man's Sky.
The handsome alien becomes a romance option for male characters.
The BioWare IP has been pushed back to the 2019 fiscal year to refine the online service.
End Credits wraps up the week by pointing you to the coolest stuff we wrote across the past five days. This week: Disney Afternoon Collection is coming (but not to Switch), Zelda's oozing with cool stuff, and Mass Effect Andromeda looks ... ehh.
Kat weighs in with her own experiences and cautions people against judging a game by its opening.
THE MASS EFFECT TRILOGY REVISITED: In the first of our three essays revisiting the Mass Effect trilogy, contributor Doc Burford makes an argument for the original game being the best.
Here's everything we know about the new beginning for BioWare's space epic
You can play the entire Mass Effect trilogy on Xbox One.
From Space Jesus to strange new worlds, Mass Effect Andromeda looks encouraging.
While one series tries to chart a course into the future, Star Wars: The Old Republic tries to make a comeback.
Thus far, Destiny feels like an intriguing mash-up of ideas from two very different games.