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Modders are polishing the game’s outdated graphics–and including new content.
If fans of the now-defunct games company LucasArts were wondering what would happen to Star Wars-related games, wonder no more: Today, Disney, which purchased the kit and caboodle of George Lucas’ creative output back on October 30, 2012, has announced a partnership with EA, giving the games company the right to develop and publish games in the Star Wars universe.
2012 was a great year for videogames. After all, this is the year we saw the release of Guild Wars 2, Dishonored, Halo 4, Borderlands 2, and Assassin’s Creed III, not to mention some fantastic indie games like FTL and The Walking Dead.
The first Mass Effect game is an RPG by BioWare about Commander Shephard’s journey to become a Spectre agent while fighting such enemies as the Geth, the Reavers, and other Spectre agents. It was so playable and fun that it spawned sequels, books, and comic books. Now the franchise has a new entry: an upcoming anime movie, Mass Effect: Paragon Lost. I have the trailer for you, below.