When it comes to video games set in the sci-fi sea of darkness, it’s not always a central character that takes the spotlight of these interstellar ventures, but more than a few characters have stepped up through the ranks and made a name for themselves in gaming history.
What better place to explore failed science than in video games where the consequences must be faced head-on?
On January 18, 2010, millions of gamers were shocked, as BioWare killed Commander Shepard in the opening scenes of what is arguably one of the best action-RPGs of its generation, Mass Effect 2.
Electronic Arts and California's Great America theme park are partnering up to create a 4D, Mass Effect-themed attraction.
The talented author that created the universe of Mass Effect has returned to BioWare, which is just in time to help pen its fourth entry.
Casey Hudson, the project director of the Mass Effect trilogy, is going to be working with Kudo Tsunoda in developing the HoloLens and other Xbox projects.
The producer of the next Mass Effect title, Mike Gamble, posted a cryptic, space-related image that is getting us really hyped up for E3 2015.
Even Jack and Saren from the Mass Effect series would love BioWare's My Talking Elcor plushie.
A bunch of details have leaked about Mass Effect 4 from a trustworthy source, which describes your new crew members, its new setting and additional conversation options.
A video game industry analyst's research suggests that both Mass Effect 4 and Mirror's Edge 2 will be out before EA's 2016 fiscal year is over, which ends in March 2016.