Friday, January 2, 2015

Tag Archives: Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect movie loses screenwriter, but continues on


Thor and I Am Legend screenplay writer Mark Protosevich is no longer working with Legendary Entertainment on the Mass Effect film. Website Variety reports that Mark Protosevich has been replaced by newcomer Morgan Davis Foehl. Foehl is a self-admitted Mass Effect fan, and has experience writing scripts similar to the grand plot of Mass Effect, but he has never had ... Read More »

Mass Effect 3 DLC “Leviathan” swims to us on August 28


BioWare announced that the latest DLC for Mass Effect 3, Leviathan, will be released on August 28 on the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. The single-player, downloadable content involves Shepard and company waking up an inactive Reaper, as was leaked earlier, which can be used in the final battle and can impact your game’s ending further. Read More »

Mass Effect 3’s Extended Cut, Earth DLC Info Leaked


A tipster who first appeared on Reddit and was stunningly accurate in revealing Mass Effect 3’s Rebellion Pack DLC three weeks before Sony’s Japanese site “accidentally” released the info is back again, this time leaking “Extended Cut DLC” info, as well as another DLC offering. Read More »

Better Business Bureau Says Mass Effect 3’s Ending Was False Advertising


It’s a stance many gamers have held concerning the highly controversial ending of Mass Effect 3, one in which Bioware promised multiple endings but performed a one-fits-all conclusion, and now the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has thrown its weight into the ring, stating that Bioware and EA might have participated in false advertising when promoting the game’s ending as something ... Read More »

Mass Effect 3 Writer Distance Himself From Game Ending, Blames Casey Hudson


BioWare writer Patrick Weekes is distancing himself from Mass Effect 3’s ending in wake of the massive scandal that’s rocked the franchise in recent days, making clear that he and other writers were literally ex-communicated when it came to writing the game’s ending, while executive producer Casey Hudson took charge, neglecting their many protests on how the trilogy should conclude. Read More »