The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas just kicked off after a few days of press only coverage. Typically, the show is open to industry professionals, invitees and members of the media. Many crazy and new technologies are often introduced. We’re often left wondering what exactly is going to catch fire and if anything shown is practical for commercial use. My interests this year will be in high-definition televisions and consumer technologies related to automobiles. Anything Amazon or Tesla has to share is fair game for my attention as well.
Given the dour political climate here in the states and all the looming conflict in the months to come, it’s exciting to see what innovative items may be coming our way in 2017. I think more than any time, its important to keep up with the latest developments in the tech world. As consumers, our demand is what will help drive these industries to give us their best.
Mass Effect: Andromeda, the fourth game in Bioware’s acclaimed Mass Effect series introduced itself for CES attendees. I missed the wave of hype and fanfare of the original three games. Now I’m looking forward to trying out this next entry. Their website has a release date of March 21, 2017. It’ll be interesting to play a highly esteemed North American role-playing game after beating Final Fantasy XV, a more traditionally based Japanese RPG. I feel like the latter game struggles with its identity at times while playing through it. CES introduced us to Nintendo (as Famicon) many moons ago, so I have high hopes for further cool game-related news to come with the show continuing on this week.
Mass Effect: Andromeda