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Submitted by StillGray 837d ago | news

GamerSyndrome Fabricates Interview with BioWare, Next Mass Effect Release Date is a Hoax

Gameranx: "Earlier today, we ran a story about the release date of the next Mass Effect title. The story was based on an interview with BioWare producer Mike Gamble, now proven to be a fabrication, who had apparently dated the release of the game between “Late 2014 to Mid 2015.”" (Mass Effect 4, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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FarCryLover182  +   837d ago
But it will probably end up being true though. Sounds like a plausible time table.
sarabbc  +   837d ago
is there more info on this? why did they fabricate it? are there any repercussions? it's disturbing to think someone could make something like that up.
Tapioca Cold  +   836d ago
So basically your article is 4th hand information.

I would be too embarrassd even to release YOUR article let alone copying a lie from another site.

Gaming journalism at its finest.

GIVE US NEWS YOU STUCK UP GAMING JOUNALISTS!!

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