This week BioWare once again teased the next Mass Effect, the internet reacted to the Ruby and Sapphire remakes, and more.
Confirmed, Mass Effect 4 set in Shakespearean England:
‘Twas an excellent week of building #MassEffect.
— Ian S. Frazier (@tibermoon) May 2, 2014
Or an era when ‘thrilltainment’ is a word.
— Alistair McNally (@Al_McNally) May 3, 2014
He made the right choice:
My parents once gave me the option of having a birthday party or getting a SEGA Genesis. I never saw my friends again.
— Mike Drucker (@MikeDrucker) May 3, 2014
Like Frankenstein, except in I Frankenstein, but then, that movie never happened.
Metroid isn’t the name of the monster. it was named after it’s creator, Dr. Metroid
— lawblob (@lawblob) May 4, 2014
Best E3 in years.
Microsoft’s E3 presentation will be 90 minutes of Phil Harrison attempting to kill Shuhei Yoshida with only the power of his mind, on stage
— Xbone (@TheXbone) May 4, 2014
The Destiny Beta will begin sometime in July. You’ll find out exactly when you can play during E3. pic.twitter.com/xxW0ufmqig
— Bungie (@Bungie) May 7, 2014
EA says it hosted 64 billion online game sessions in fiscal 2014. How many of those were dropped, incomplete Battlefield 4 matches?
— Richard Mitchell (@TheRichardM) May 6, 2014
Not long to go now.
Great way to start a Monday — reviewing our E3 plans with the #Xbox team building the show.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) May 5, 2014
Still though, Kevin Spacey.