COMET TV, the FREE scifi television network, has given us a prize pack with themed items to give away to one lucky winner to coincide with their October programming, including RoboCop film trilogy, the Kevin Sorbo-starring TV series Andromeda, and underground horror movies to usher in the Halloween season!
One (1) Winner will receive:
– (1) RoboCop Omni Consumer Products T-shirt
– (1) Limited Edition COMET TV Card
– (1) Limited Edition COMET TV Pin Set
– (1) COMET TV Syringe Pen
It’s been two weeks now since Mass Effect: Andromeda was released, and things…have not gone quite as hoped. The game’s numbers have been solid, but initial critical response was poorer than expected. It hasn’t been a complete disaster, but the incredibly high expectations were not being met. And while a game being released with its fair share of problems is nothing new, we thankfully live in a time where many of these problems can be remedied. Something that developer BioWare is indeed working on.
The company has posted a lengthy update in which they detail some of the improvements that will be made in upcoming patches beginning with one tomorrow. You can read all about these fixes below.
When it comes to video games I’m much more into the single-player campaigns, only dabbling in the multiplayer offerings. Every once in a while, however, I do get fully sucked into a particularly addicting multiplayer mode, and sometimes spend far more time playing that than the campaign.
One such game was Mass Effect 3, which for me personally has one of the very best and most addictive multiplayer modes ever created. So as the next game in the series, Mass Effect: Andromeda, was announced and began making its long trip to us, one of my biggest concerns was whether they would mess with the multiplayer too much.
With the game now only one week away, the fourth in a series of gameplay videos has been released. This one previews the game’s multiplayer action, and you can see how it looks below.
The only significant Mass Effect: Andromeda gameplay we’ve seen was that 4K tech video shared during Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro unveiling event. So of course, the promise of new gameplay at The Game Awards 2016 was exciting enough to make watching the whole show worth it for fans.
BioWare has released a lengthy gameplay trailer, which runs almost five minutes long and can be seen below. It sets up the story briefly, and covers various things like vehicles, exploration, dialogue, resources, and of course, combat. Oh, and big scary creatures you’re probably going to want to travel around when exploring. Far, far around. You know what, maybe it’s better to go in an entirely different direction. That tree over there looks pretty!