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-022.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor), Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games), and Jeremy ‘Junglist’ Ray (Game Informer/Under Control) talk about all of the problems that they have with Mass Effect: Andromeda. They also discuss the other games

Today’s Mass Effect: Andromeda has improved human and Asari eyes, making the characters a little more realistic. You can check out before and after photos thanks to Reddit user jizabo. Today’s patch is the first of many, designed to “evolve or

Mass Effect: Andromeda will receive future patches addressing gay male romance options alongside character animations, developer BioWare today confirmed. Taking to the BioWare blog, Aaron Flynn identified the areas his team will focus on improving. They include: More options and variety

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-021.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

Mass Effect: Andromeda developer BioWare has taken to Twitter to confirm it will address player concerns tomorrow. Since the game’s launch, players have voiced concerns over everything from the game’s stiff animations to the limited number of homosexual love interests present

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) talk about people not being capable of leaving their phone alone while watching a movie at the cinema. They also discuss the games they’ve been

An in-depth look at the romance options available in the Mass Effect franchise has revealed that gay males have, by far, the least number of possible pairings. Data gathered by Nic Watt, gay male Founder and Creative Director at the Sydney-based Nnooo

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-020.mp3 Podcast: Download Subscribe: iTunes |

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) talk about all the crazy videos that have been going around for Mass Effect: Andromeda during the last week – it has been glorious. The

BioWare is taking concerns over Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s gay romances “very seriously”, according to its Lead Designer. “This is definitely not going in the trash,” BioWare’s Ian S. Frazier said on Twitter over a lack of depth in gay romances,

Of all the sidequests Mass Effect: Andromeda has, Ryder Family Secrets is without a doubt the most important to complete. Or, it’s at least tied with Movie Night. We show you how to get, and complete, the Ryder Family Secrets quest

Mass Effect: Andromeda is a huge game — it’s taken us 69 hours to complete — but that doesn’t mean you won’t want to start a New Game Plus at some point. We now know what carries over into your

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

Mass Effect: Andromeda‘s straight romance scenes seem to trump its gay ones, fans today complain. They’re not wrong, either — a comparison of the heterosexual coupling of Ryder and Cora looks infinitely racier than one between homosexual couple Ryder and

Mass Effect: Andromeda is chock full of sidequests, but one in particular is a must-do. This post has spoilers, so turn away now if you don’t want to be ruined. The sidequest in question is called “Movie Night”, and it’s by