On Mass Effect: Andromeda, the mobile games we actually play outside, and collectibles! (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #12)

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Mass Effect: Andromeda is a conflicting game, and our own feelings on the game are mixed; parts we love, and other parts we do not. As we start to play the game, we sit down to have an early impressions chat.

We also talk about portable gaming, and specifically what games we actually take out and about with us. More specifically we chat about the Nintendo Switch and whether it works as a portable game device. Finally, we chat about collectibles; the stuff we like to collect about our favourite games, and how Matt ended up with a horrible, ugly skull.

Enjoy the podcast, and catch us on our social media:

Matt S – @digitallydownld
Ginny W – @ginnywoes
Alan M – @ironshroom

And if any of this week’s music catches your fancy, here’s the tracklist:

Party Party – IA
The End Run – Mass Effect 2
Adam & Eve Boss – NieR: Automata
Besaid Island – Final Fantasy X

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