The lights are on
Today is November 7, which can be shorted to N7, which is a letter and number combination that means something to most Mass Effect fans, so BioWare is celebrating.
This month also marks the five year anniversary of the the original Mass Effect's release. It all culminates into a number of events and promotions including all kinds of new downloadable art and posters, a special Loyalty Pack for logging into Mass Effect 3's multiplayer today, live-web streaming details of Mass Effect 3's upcoming DLC Omega (which you can see here), discounts on strategy guides, shirts, and other Mass Effect-themed merch, and prizes for submitting photos to the BioWare N7 Day Contest.
More information about what N7 day is and how it affects you and your family can be found here.
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Yeah! party time! Hit the lights, turn up the radio!
Got my N7 loyalty package a little after 2pm (eastern standard time). Managed to snag a Javelin sniper rifle.
More like Mehs Effect day, am I right?
No, in all seriousness after the first one the series went down hill.
Aw, I forgot to say 'We'll bang, okay?' at school...
Happy Birthday Liara T'Soni!!
MASS EFFECT FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
One of my favorite game series of ALL TIME!!!
When December 21st rolls around I sure hope that it's the reapers who end the world =)
Well congratulations, its nice to see pride in their creation. Here's to w new holiday to sit beside Bungie Day.
*raises glass* Here's to the best trilogy game of all time.
...wait, didn't EA/Bioware try this last year too? I could have sworn I heard something about it.
Sweet. Glad I didn't miss this!
It's a great day indeed.
I will drink to that through a liquid induction port!
Shepard: You mean a straw?
Me: Liquid induction straw...I mean port
So much fun in 5 years. I love what they did and hope that they continue the legacy far into the future.
besides the elder scrolls, mass effect has been my favorite game series.
I'm going to totally celebrate this
So are you guys comparing this as a sacred holiday of worship to christian holidays? LOL.