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Bioware Wants to Make More Mass Effect Games

Just when you think the Mass Effect series is out, Bioware says that they're not quite done with the franchise and hope to make more games in the series.In an interview with Polygon, Mark Darrah, the executive producer Anthem and the Dragon Age series, says that Bioware is "definitely not done with Mass Effect." There’s a lot of stories to be told," Darrah told the website. "We could pull on the threads we put down with Andromeda; we could pull on threads from Mass Effect 3. There’s a lot of interesting space to be explored."Casey Hudson, the executive producer of the

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E3 The Conferences - EA Play

E3 starts here with the first (non) E3 conference. For the second year, Electronic Arts forego the annual expo for their own week long event. Alongside the announcement Origin Access would have a free, week long, limited trial for all, here is what else was shown.After the Madden 18 reveal trailer, the meat of the show began with Battlefield 1.In the Name of the Tsar is the upcoming expansion featuring the Russian Army and the Women's Battalion of Death. It will comprise of six new maps and specializations for deeper gameplay. Release is due in September with two new night maps,

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Call of Cthulhu, Street Fighter, Darkspore, SonyVR and Hololens News

Call of Cthulhu Game to be Released Next YearThe infamous tales from H.P. Lovecraft’s world of horror will be recreated as a video game, namely that of Cthulhu, with Cyanide Studios and Focus Home Interactive bringing just that on 2017. Focus originally teamed up with Sherlock Holmes developer Frogwares to announce the project through a bunch of concept art, though the title went silent for two years. The project seems to be resparked though, as Tech Times notes that it will be “based on the long-running pen and paper RPG of the same name.” “On a mission to find the truth

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Star Wars, Street Fighter V and The Division News

Star Wars: The Force Awakens to Turn into Lego GameFor those looking forward to an actual video game adaptation for the highly acclaimed Star Wars: The Force Awakens, get ready to have your dreams crushed/fulfilled (no in between) as Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will turn into a Lego game. The game, entitled Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens is being developed by TT Games, the studio behind Lego games. Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens will feature characters from the film such as Finn, Rey, Poe, Kylo Ren, Han Solo, and BB-8. Check out