Hey you, you right there still arguing the merits of the ending of Mass Effect 3--BioWare's set aside a bunch of in-game events and treats for series fans to celebrate Shepherd's epic adventures across space as part of N7 Day.
You can actually see some of the lovely things BioWare has planned today (as well as a much nicer, larger version of the poster above) on their site. As for me, I'd like to tell you about how Mass Effect went from a clunky sci-fi RPG, to one of the most gripping and gritty games of 2010, to a challenging, not-quite-settled conclusion this year.
I didn't care for the first Mass Effect. In fact, I think after about 10 hours, I was pretty sure I hated it. While I appreciated some of the technical prowess that went into the game, and BioWare's desire to visually homage some of the high-contrast, cheapie sci-fi »
- Charles Webb
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