Mass Effect: Andromeda is all about the boning. We made our Scott Ryder gay, and now bring to you the most rewarding of the available homosexual relationships. This post is heavy on spoilers, so turn away now if you so choose.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is out this week — or now, if you’re an EA or Origin Access member — so we thought we’d show you how easy it is to respec your character. Scott or Sara Ryder and the Tempest crew

Love it or hate it, scanning is back in Mass Effect: Andromeda. You’ve two main options this time around: planetary and personal scanning. Stevivor will show you how to make the best of both. Personal scanning The game’s tutorial — all

The Mass Effect franchise has had an interesting life. Developed by BioWare, the original was an Xbox 360 console exclusive for four long years, meaning that PS3 fans who heard about it through word of mouth were left longing. In

Mass Effect: Andromeda has a lot of stuff to do, but we know what you really want: to get it on with your shipmates. Stevivor’s spent 60 hours with the game and we have all the answers when it comes to

Sonic Team debuted the first ever look at Sonic Forces gameplay at SXSW recently. You can check out the gameplay below: What do you think? Are you a-ok with a 3D-based Sonic, or do you prefer something like the 2D Sonic Mania? Sonic

I can’t get over how much people are bitching over Mass Effect: Andromeda’s animations. Right or wrong, and wholly undeserving of anonymous internet rage in either case, this is squarely on the shoulders of EA and BioWare. Each example of

The Indoorsman is your podcast guide to the great indoors. Every week (probably), Stevivor Senior Editor Matt Gosper is joined by co-host Cliff to talk about various nerd nonsense (maybe) to entertain you (hopefully). http://www.indoorsmanpodcast.com/files/podcasts/indoorsman-episode-019.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

Super Bomberman R received a “significant update” over the weekend, fixing a host of control issues on Nintendo Switch. Here’s the full list of fixes in update 1.2: Adjustments have been made to reduce the input latency. Controls are now more

Sony is reportedly preparing to stop the manufacture of the PS3 in Japan quite soon. While Sony has yet to make an official announcement on the matter, the PlayStation Store page for the 500GB PS3 (via Gematsu) — the only

Ben Heck is back, doing what he does best — taking things apart so you can see their innards. Thankfully, we’re talking tech — and in this case, the Nintendo Switch. Heck is quite interested in the console’s Joy-Con controllers,

Gran Turismo Sport is currently in a closed beta on PS4, and participating users are taking to YouTube with some gameplay. We present to you four clips from YouTuber GiantSouls. How’s that for a variety of cars and tracks? A

A horrifying bug from MLB: The Show 17 — thankfully already fixed — is one of the most horrific things we’ve seen all month. You can take a look at the tree-like faces of baseball players below, thanks to Operation Sports’

Sniper Elite 4 will receive both paid and free DLC this week, developer Rebellion has confirmed. The paid DLC is a mini-campaign in which hero Karl Fairburne is tasked to infiltrate a Nazi naval base. He’s there to find a package

Super Mario Run will finally debut on Android smartphones and tablets later this week. From 23 March, Android users will have the opportunity to download the freemium title. You can also pre-register for the title here. Android version of #SuperMarioRun

FlatOut 3, released in 2011, almost killed the franchise. With new owners and a new developer that didn’t understand the core of the title, all looked grim. Now, developer Kylotonn has stepped in, bringing FlatOut 4: Total Insanity closer to its