The Xbox One version of BioWare's open-world action-RPG epic Dragon Age: Inquisition is available for 50% off as part of this week's Deals With Gold lineup, letting Xbox Live Gold subscribers enjoy some solid online co-op for just $29.99.
Mass Effect 3 fans, rejoice! There is a new cooperative DLC coming to Mass Effect 3 very soon, according to the Bioware Social Forums. The final installment of multiplayer content, which is named "Reckoning," will be released on February 26th for Xbox 360, PC, and Playstation 3. As of now, there is no mention of a Wii U version. Like all of the cooperative content, this one will be free to download.
Like a deadly ninja, the Wii U launch is sneaking up on us, but instead of being armed with throwing stars, it has Mass Effect 3. That's right; the top rated 4 player co-op title as been confirmed by Bioware for the newest Ninty launch day of November 18th in the US and November 30th in the EU. ...
Mass Effect 3; been there, done that, got the avatar t-shirt. You may have completed the game on PC, PS3 or 360, but have any of you finished the WiiU version? No, because it does not exists yet, but will by the end of the year. Proof is in these images from Bioware, depicting the slightly better graphics and unique control interface for the WiiU version of the game.
We have ourselves a DLC worth investing in! Why? Because we don’t have to invest anything besides the time it takes to download it! Mass Effect 3’s “Resurgence Pack” will be available this Tuesday for free, just as long as you own an online pass.
With Mass Effect 3 preordering now available, those that do buy the game over the PlayStation Network will have something extra included along with it.
In a recent interview with Videogamer.com, Mass Effect and Dragon Age developer Bioware had offered the possibility of co-op in future games. Western RPG's are becoming more interesting with co-op, mimicking the popularity of MMO's in a controlled environment. We are already well aware that they support social gaming, so this would be the next logical step to us. When asked about the possibility of co-op in future titles, BioWare co-founder and CEO Dr. Ray Muzyka replied: