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Feature Rachael Kates 1 Jul 2013 - 07:45
If you feel like you're watching a reality TV show when you turn on NBC's new supernatural drama Siberia; good. You're exactly where executive producer and creator Matthew Arnold wants you to be. Walking the path of other similar projects such as the Orson Welles radio broadcasts of H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds and the film The Blair Witch Project, Siberia aspires to be the first television show that will make people stop and question the what they're seeing in the same way. "I think it’s possible some people will be scanning through the channels and not really have heard the promos so much to know and will just click in and be watching this reality show and then go 'what the heck? »
Launched in the fall of 2007, Bioware’s Mass Effect franchise filled the western space opera vacuum left by the cancellations and finales of Star Trek, Stargate, and Battlestar Galactica. Spanning three games, its overarching storyline revolved around Commander Shepard and his/her struggles against the Reapers, a race of machines that culled all life in the galaxy every 50,000 years.
Despite an ending that is controversial, to say the least, Mass Effect has managed to expand out into the multimedia universe, with comics, novels, mobile games, and even an animated movie. But just about everything has been part of or tied into Shepard’s saga – and that has to change when the next Mass Effect game is released.
Here are the 10 reasons Bioware needs a whole new plot for the next Mass Effect game. Warning: spoilers for Mass Effect 3 will be largely present.
10. They Already Said They Would
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