Oh dude, don't remind me. I $#@!in' bawled my eyes out to MGS3. That was so sad. It truly made me feel like the villain. I'll never forget that game.didn't expect to cry, but I did... It was like the first time I played MGS3 almost.
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Mass Effect 3: Leviathan
Today we are pleased to announce a new Story-Driven Single Player DLC for Mass effect 3 – Leviathan!
Something lurks in the dark corners of space, something powerful enough to kill a Reaper. Shepard must discover the most closely guarded secret in the galaxy before the Reapers silence it forever. Discover more about the origins of the Reapers as you race across the galaxy to find the Leviathan. Unravel the dark history of the Reaper Race before it is too late. Coming later this summer there is no war, only the harvest.
Taking place during the events of Mass Effect 3, players will be thrust into the darkest corners of space where they will hunt a mysterious being rumored to be powerful enough to destroy a Reaper. As they race against time, they will begin to unravel the secret of the Leviathan. Explore uncharted systems and new areas on the Citadel, interact with brand new characters, unlock the AT-12 Raider shotgun and M-55 Argus Assault Rifle and discover more about the mysterious history of the Reapers. Available on PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Cost is $10 or 800 Microsoft points.
Firefight Weapons Pack
But that is not all. Players will soon be able to arm themselves with the Firefight Pack, a new Single Player Weapon Pack available for download August 7. Available on PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Cost is $2 or 160 Microsoft points. The Firefight Pack will feature two powerful new weapons and five bonus weapons to use in the fight to Take Back Earth!
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Matrix? I wish I could give rep to you. This just got real.
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Operation: VIGILANCE (September 7th-9th)
Unexpected attacks have taken out several squads and damaged vital Alliance equipment. We will deploy drones to repair damage and investigate the nature of these attacks.
Squad Goal: Complete up to and including wave 10 on any difficulty without using a consumable (medi-gel, ammo, Ops pack or Cobra missile launcher).
Allied Goal: Complete 250,000 escort missions on any difficulty.
Special Circumstance: None
Squad Goal Success: All individual players awarded a Commendation Pack
Allied Goal Success: All players awarded a Victory Pack
Il just solo me some bronze I dont need items on it so
Thank you itachi
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The Collectors have returned, in Mass Effect 3: Retaliation! The Retaliation Pack is the newest expansion to Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer experience and the largest upgrade to date. The Collectors have returned and are available as a new enemy in multiplayer matches. Prepare to face off against the Collector Praetorian, Scion, Abomination, Trooper, and Captain. Reports have also come in that Cerberus has enlisted the Dragoon to their ranks and the Geth are deploying new Drones to the battlefield.
A host of new characters have joined the war to fight this new threat, including the Turian Havoc Soldier, Turian Ghost Infiltrator, with many more being added on a regular basis. Wage war across six maps, featuring new environmental hazards and traps. A regular rotation of Firebases will be introduced to different hazards as they come under attack. Survive the onslaught of Acid, Lightning, Meltdowns, Sandstorms, Swarms and Whiteouts! The Collectors have also brought deadly new weapons to the fight: the Collector Assault Rifle, Sub-Machine Gun, and Sniper Rifle. Unlock these weapons and new equipment upgrades to build to your arsenal.
Think you are the best soldier in the Alliance? Make sure to track your progress in the new “Challenges” database in Retaliation. Complete various multiplayer assignments and feats of strength to unlock titles and banners to display in-game, then compare your progress against your friend.
The Retaliation begins on Oct 9th.
Some of the included features:
New Multiplayer kits including:
Turian Havoc Soldier
Turian Ghost Infiltrator
6 maps with new environmental hazards and traps including:
Three new weapons
Collector Assault Rifle
Collector Sniper Rifle
Three new Ammo types
Five new Gear Items
Hey guys and gals. My name’s Nathan Plewes and I’m the associate producer lucky enough to oversee all things ME3 multiplayer! As you’ve probably heard, there are some pretty massive multiplayer updates coming. I’m here to shed some light on what you can expect, in particular the fantastic new challenge system.
We’re adding hundreds of new multiplayer challenges that can be completed at your own pace. As you progress, you’ll earn Challenge Points, essentially bragging rights. Completion of the top tier “Gold” challenges will reward you with a unique banner and title to display in the multiplayer game lobby. Gold challenges can be completed multiple times for even more points. We’ve also added an additional leaderboard to keep track of the points you collect.
The new system offers an in-game way to track your progress as you complete the challenges. But we’ve also built a new N7 HQ web page that offers a ton of information when you’re not playing, including character lists, leaderboards, and gameplay stats. In-game or online, you’ll have a comprehensive way to review your overall multiplayer progression.
We’ll still be running weekend events, but they’ll be a bit different. When you jump into multiplayer, you’ll be notified that there’s a new Weekend Challenge available. Just like the current Operations, these challenges will only be up for the weekend. But now you’ll be able to instantly track your progress. You’ll also get the spoils of your efforts as soon as you’ve completed the event. No more waiting for the next Tuesday (or longer) to get your Commendation Pack!
There will be a new Weekend Challenge available every weekend, not every two weeks like our current schedule. On top of the Weekend Challenges, we will be unlocking new kits and other surprises each week to help your squad in that next big push against the Collectors.
I’m tremendously proud of the amazing work the team has done and can’t wait for you all to jump in and enjoy it.
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i want to stab myself in the chest this looks so good.
• MASS EFFECT – Executive Producer Casey Hudson and his team are coming off an amazing eight-year run with the Mass Effect trilogy. But they’re not done yet. We are releasing more multiplayer content and we have more single-player stories coming throughout the next six months, including Omega which is coming in the Fall. But the Mass Effect universe is vast, and Casey and our teams have plans for another full game. “Where to go next?” with such a project has been a question a lot of us have been asking, and we’d all love to hear your idea
ive unlocked a volus adept and engineer both amazing
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New SP weapons:
BioWare has announced the Groundside Resistance pack. Similar to the Firefight Pack, it will add a bunch of 'new' weapons to the single player.
It adds to Shepard's armory:
Kishock Harpoon Gun
Striker Assault Rifle
N7 Typhoon Assault Rifle
N7 Piranha Shotgun
The Venom Shotgun and Executioner Pistol are proper new new. The other five were added to the multiplayer in various expansion packs, but will now be available in single player.
US$1.99 / 160 Microsoft/BioWare Points. Available now for PC, X360 and PS3 US. PS3 EU tomorrow.
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I freaking can't wait to get the Omega DLC. Awesome game is awesome.
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as soon as i found out mass effect 1 was being released on ps3 i put my plan to replay ME 2 & 3 on hold. i cant wait mass effect is still the best series of games i ever played
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11-08-2012 #270The mass Effect series has been very successful for both, BioWare and EA, and though the Shepard trilogy may have ended with Mass Effect 3, BioWare still has plans for a new game in the series.
In fact, they’ve already started working on Mass Effect 4 (or whatever you want to call it), and it’s in “very early” stages of development right now.
“We’re in early stages of designing a completely new Mass Effect game,” Mass Effect boss Casey Hudson tweeted. “What would you want to see in it?”
Mass Effect 4 has already been hinted at time and again, and BioWare has confirmed that the game would not have Shepard or would not in any way continue Shepard’s story- that chapter is closed.
BioWare’s Aaryn Flynn earlier said, “Casey and our teams have plans for another full game. “Where to go next?” with such a project has been a question a lot of us have been asking, and we’d all love to hear your ideas.”
He also said that simultaneously, BioWare is also developing a new IP in a new fictional universe. He said: “Both Dragon Age and Mass Effect started as single games but grew into vast universes. But we aren’t stopping there. While Casey continues to oversee the development of our new Mass Effect project, he and his leads are putting together their vision for an all new game set in a fictional universe, built from the bottom-up with all new gaming technology.”
Mass Effect 3′s Omega DLC comes out later this month for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, while Mass Effect 3 releases for the Wii U as a launch title when the system releases on November 18th in the US and November 30th in the UK.
Read more at http://gamingbolt.com/mass-effect-4-...GpdFGl9S15X.99
I know it was "confirmed" a while ago but it's nice to hear it from Hudson
The Omega DLC is looking awesome. Man, say what you will about EA, but I love Bioware... and Visceral games (EA related). I can't wait to see what direction they take Mass Effect in the future and the new IP they're creating. I hope it's as stunning as their previous titles.
More news concerning ME4
Mass Effect 4 will be developed by a new studio, it has been revealed.
The next iteration in the best-selling sci-fi franchise will be created by BioWare Montreal, with the Edmonton studio supporting development during the transition.
"This is the goal we have been working toward for years now, and every member of our team is proud, excited, and humbled to take on the responsibility for the next game," said studio director Yanick Roy.
"To ensure a proper and effective transition, we'll continue to be supported by the Edmonton studio through the game's development, working with and learning from them on some critical initiatives."
Executive producer Casey Hudson will retain his post for the new game, but will have a product director working under him in Montreal.
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While it will be "quite a while" before the game can be revealed, it will use a new engine and explore "new directions" in terms of gameplay and story.
"There is really not much I can tell you about the game right now, except that it will be built with the amazing technology of Frostbite as its foundation, enhanced by many of the systems that the Dragon Age III team has already spent a lot of time building," said Roy.
"The other thing I can tell you is that, while it will be very respectful of the heritage built over the course of the first three games, with the original trilogy now concluded and the switch over to a new engine, we are exploring new directions, both on the gameplay and story fronts.
"You can still expect the pillars the franchise is known for to be fully intact though, including diverse alien races, a huge galaxy to explore, and of course rich, cinematic storytelling."
He added: "Now that the core of our team is in place, the next step for us is to have the BioWare Montreal studio grow at an accelerated pace over the next year as we build a team large enough to support the production of what we know is going to be an amazing game in the franchise."
Last week Casey Hudson requested fan feedback on Twitter to help shape the next game in the series.
The 'Omega' DLC pack will be available from November 27 on Xbox 360 and PC, and November 28 on PlayStation 3.
Mass Effect 3 will be a Wii U launch title, and is also available as part of the recently released Mass Effect Trilogy.
Well KOTR II was done by someone completely different. My only issue is, don't expect it to be much more than a game of the same ilk. I'm
Not expecting a radical departure from the current formula.
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