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Mass Effect Trilogy – Comparative Opinions Episode 36

Welcome to the Comparative Opinions podcast! This week, hosts David and Holly are joined by Julia to talk about the Mass Effect Trilogy, which Julia has played quite recently! We talk the high points of the games, some things we wish could be better, and quite a bit about the relationships system! Spoilers for sure, and a good way to ramp up for the upcoming Mass Effect Andromeda! Also, we’re all sick, sorry about that.

Comparative Opinions is a weekly half-hour-ish podcast hosted on ComparativeGeeks.com. Subscribe for new episodes every Sunday!

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Music is by Scott Gratton: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Gratton/Intros_and_Outros

What’s Your Favorite Borderlands DLC?

After talking about what we love about the Borderlands games yesterday, and in anticipation of the newest game out next week, there was one element that we hadn’t hit on yet: the downloadable content campaigns. Some of the best parts of both games were these mini campaigns. Zombies! Pirates! Tons of loot! And of course, Tina and her D&D campaign.

All so good we can’t decide on a favorite. So we’ll let everyone together choose! What’s your favorite of the Borderlands DLC’s?

Dishonored and Game Difficulty

Dishonored offers many choices - such as, should I ever use this dagger?

Dishonored offers many choices – such as, should I ever use this dagger?

I recently successfully completed a Low-Chaos, no-kills play-through of Dishonored. This in-and-of itself is a pretty excellent thing to exist in a game, but is not exactly what I want to talk about here.

I want to talk about a different aspect of the game, one I ran into by starting the game to try it out – and not taking my non-violent play seriously. There was a huge difference which I would like to discuss.

I don’t think I am too spoilery, mainly talking about spells and general game mechanics. So if you are considering the game, you should be safe to read on!

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