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Xbox Turns 15 Today - Share Your Favorite Moments and Games

The Xbox turns fifteen years old today. That's a decade and a half of games, apps, achievements, and so much more. Come join the discussion and share some of your favorite green machine memories.

Posted 18 days ago by Mark Delaney, 177 comments

Mass Effect 2 and 3 Are Now Backwards Compatible

Major Nelson gives Mass Effect fans who want to celebrate N7 Day with some added nostalgia another reason to celebrate. He announced that Mass Effect 2 and 3 are both being added to backwards compatibility.

Posted 26 days ago by Gabriel Kreulen, 110 comments

A Video Game Renaissance

History always repeats itself, and gaming is no different. With new ideas and a reinvigorated desire to experience classic gameplay in modern games, we're in a Renaissance. Where will we go from here?

Posted 3 months ago by Kevin Tavore, 86 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: June 28th, 2016

This week's Deals with Gold include Mass Effect DLC, Titanfall, DC Universe membership, some indie platformers and more.

Posted 6 months ago by Chewie, 47 comments

TA Top Five: Mass Effect Moments

With the Shepard trilogy well and truly behind us, and Mass Effect: Andromeda at the forefront of the franchise, we decided to take a look at the best and most memorable moments of the original Mass Effect trilogy.

Posted 6 months ago by Marc Hollinshead, 65 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: November 3rd, 2015

This week's Deals with Gold primarily focuses on DLC offerings for Mass Effect titles, though we do also get a handful of other smaller name titles discounted on both consoles. Xbox One Games • Spar

Posted 1 year ago by Chewie, 81 comments

TA Top Five: Camp Counselor Characters

Summer Camp is a tried and true tradition across many nations. As a Summer Camp Director, the toughest part of running camp is often the first step... finding good camp counselors. Good camp counselo

Posted 1 year ago by Jonathan Barnes, 62 comments

TA Top Five: Female Protagonists

For decades, video games have been dominated by male protagonists. Damsels in distress and the brave men who rescued them were popular when games told simpler tales. Both Super Mario and Link built t

Posted 1 year ago by Mark Delaney, 147 comments

TA Top Five: Games for Films or TV Shows

Adapting a novel to the big screen is hugely popular in the film industry in this day and age. The likes of Harry Potter and Game of Thrones (and even 50 Shades of Grey) have become a huge success be

Posted 1 year ago by Marc Hollinshead, 109 comments

TA Top Five: Scientists

Science plays a pretty big role in the narrative of many games. Few things make better sources of conflict than advanced science gone awry and few things make better resolutions to conflict than the

Posted 1 year ago by Jonathan Barnes, 105 comments