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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is a surprise hit with lot's of content for players to squander. Yarr!
Rockstar knocks it out of the park with another genre-defining entry.
The long-awaited Minecraft series returns! Sorta.
Shameless Fanservice or Moving final tribute? You decide.
Mass Effect 3's latest story DLC stands out as one of the best thus far.
So, we've come to the end of my thirty days of Mass Effect series. This has been an incredible ride, but nothing would've been as awesome without devoted readers and the participation of some of the most talented Mass Effect fans I've met here at GIO. I'd like to also extend a personal thanks to those who weren't able to participate for taking the time to consider the option anyway; we all have responsibilities in real life after all. Hopefully, if my previous Mass Effect series didn't convince you that I loved this universe, this one will. Plus, I've also managed to complete yet another challenge in the upcoming GIO gamification project that one of my fellow Spectres is spearheading. So, I guess that's two vorcha with one bullet!
It was inevitable. In the final edition of the 30 Days of Mass Effect series, I pay tribute to the wonderful people that made this mission possible.
With the finale of this epic series, I ask the most important question about this generation's defining space opera, and our panel answers, with surprising results.
In the third installment, we take a look at one of the most complicated questions of Mass Effect 3.
Continuing this series, we sound off on which ending resonated most out of those offered in Mass Effect 3.
I couldn't do it alone, so I've recruited a plethora of special voices in this series to sound off on the provocative questions of the Mass Effect series.