let's quit now before the more shameless people residing here get hold of this.
I probably late but this is brilliant.
AndrasteJesus is that?
Also I believe that IMO ME3 will be like Dragon Age, like helping of the races doing shit for them, and finding new squadmates, but obviously better.
I've never really understood the logic behind a military woman keeping her hair in a style that could get in her eyes.
Either keep it in a ponytail like Ashley, or keep it short.
I love the LotSB combat music.
Found this in my Fraps folder for some reason reason, thought it might make a nice GIF if anyone wants to make one:
Something that confused me is why all of the races in the Mass Effect Universe speak English. The wiki is saying that humanity was late to the party in terms of Space Travel etc, and that the other races had already found the Citadel, so why did everything adopt a human language?
And how could the Omni Tool possibly translate what Sovereign was saying in Mass Effect 1, when it was a first contact scenario?
Yeah, nice one Bioware.
But there really isn't a point in nit-picking a game with spaceships and magic or biotics or whatever.
If Shepard was British, I'd bet everyone would have a British accent.
I always find it crazy that creatures as horrible and downright... well... evil as the Reapers could have constructed something as beautiful and magnificent as the Citadel.
Started a new playthrough of ME1 as an Infiltrator.
THE SCOPE SWAY
Had these in the screenshots section earlier.
Mass Effect 2 comes out tomorrow for PS3 tomorrow!
I hope ME3 has more non-squad allies. The only ones in ME2 were Garrus and Kal'Reeger, and the only ones in ME1 who were not scripted to instantly die were the Alliance marines on Nepmos. In order to create a more epic feel, Bioware needs to channel their past works, such as KOTOR, where the player party often got dozens of NPCs backing them up. You can hardly feel like you are taking part in an epic struggle if its just you and two of your cholos.