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  • Blog Post: Learn How Clint Eastwood Inspired The Look Of Mass Effect's Salarians

    The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming dives into the Mass Effect series and explores the origins of the shifty looking cow. In the video below, you will learn how the game's alien races came to be, how much Star Wars and Star Trek influenced the Mass Effect universe, and how the shifty cow that... More
  • Blog Post: "Commander Shepard": A Dramatic Reading By Commander Shepard Herself

    Youtube channel Sneaky Zebra recently uploaded this very special dramatic reading of Miracle of Sound’s “Commander Shepard” lyrics as read by Jennifer Hale, voice actress for Commander Shepard. The result may be smothered in idiom, but it is still considerably more simulating than scanning... More
  • Blog Post: Casey Hudson Departs BioWare

    Casey Hudson has been a key member of BioWare, serving as project director for Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic and director and executive producer of all three Mass Effect titles. After the 2012 departure of BioWare co-founders Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk, Husdon took on an even more central role... More
  • Blog Post: It's Not Her Fault In The Latest Mystery BioWare Project Teaser Video

    BioWare has published a third teaser trailer for its mystery project titled, Impact, but we're still in the dark about what the project is. This, along with the first and second teaser, bear the tagline "You've been chosen." This teaser also asks, "Can you control your power."... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Details From Comic Con's Mass Effect Panel

    Update: Along with the details outlined below, there were a few other details resulting from Comic Con's Mass Effect panel. BioWare confirmed the player character will be human and not one of the many races featured in the game's universe and it's possible the game could occur during Shepard's... More
  • Blog Post: Mass Effect Survey Asks Players What They Want Out Of The Next Game

    With the Mass Effect team preparing to make an appearance at San Diego Comic Con , BioWare is asking players for some more information on their preferences. If you’re interested in helping to shape the future of the futuristic RPG series, you can participate in a new survey. The survey questions... More
  • Blog Post: Find Out More About Mass Effect’s Future At San Diego Comic Con

    If you are hungry for more on the next Mass Effect game after EA’s E3 tease , you won’t have to wait much longer. Members of the team will be gathering at San Diego Comic Con to talk about the series. The Charting a Course: Developing the Next Mass Effect panel will take place on Saturday... More
  • Blog Post: EA Reveals Details On New Mass Effect

    The Montreal BioWare team is working on the upcoming Mass Effect game, but very little was revealed about the game at today's EA conference. The video presentation revealed that the story will head to a brand new part of the galaxy, and that it will allow new heroes to explore and discover an entirely... More
  • Blog Post: Gaming Heads Unveils New Mass Effect Statues

    Get your credit card ready, Mass Effect fans. Commander Shepard's loyal teammate, Garrus, is the first character selected to be immortalized in Gaming Heads' new Mass Effect statue line. Gaming Heads is releasing two different versions of Garrus, a standard edition, which is limited to 1,000... More
  • Blog Post: BioWare Data Reveals Mass Effect 3's Most Popular Names

    What is Commander Shepard's first name? According to BioWare's data, the most common name players give him or her is John or Jane, the defaults in the game. Alex and Sarah are the popular choices in other territories. The image below shows the top choices for each gender in English-speaking countries... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which BioWare Character Are You Looking Forward To Seeing Again?

    BioWare has earned much acclaim for its ability to craft interesting characters. We all have our favorites and ones we hope to be reunited with again. This past week I wrote about my enthusiasm for seeing Varric return in Dragon Age: Inquisition. We've also seen a number of returning characters revealed... More
  • Blog Post: Development On The New Mass Effect Is Moving Right Along

    A recent tweet from BioWare Montreal studio director Yannick Roy reads a bit like a retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. A fan inquired about the current status of Mass Effect development and received an answer that helps us understand where the development arc of the game is. We’ve had... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One And PS4 Mass Effect Trilogy Listings Appear On Chilean Retail Site

    The Mass Effect trilogy of games may have a new-gen re-release in its future, if a listing on a Chilean retail site is to be believed. NeoGAFer Rushersauce recently noticed listings for Mass Effect Trilogy on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the retail site, ZMart . You can find the listing for the... More
  • Blog Post: Commander Shepard And Garrus' Relationship Explored In Fan Art

    I'm a big fan of video game April Fools' jokes. Developers and journalists alike put great effort into the pranks, usually roasting their fans and readership in the process. This year, one April Fools' joke that went over my head. It was BioWare's body pillow of Garrus , one of Commander... More
  • Blog Post: Assemble Your Custom Lego Mini-Figure Mass Effect Squad

    Lego has recently been licensing tons of geeky properties like Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, and both Marvel and DC comics figures. But they’ve been a bit lacking in licensing video games, with the exception of Minecraft. The site Saber-Scorpian’s Lair provides tons of geeky Lego designs... More
  • Blog Post: BioWare Has Had Internal Discussions On Upgraded, New-Gen Mass Effect Trilogy

    It might have taken publishers a few years to spin up the HD Collection motors, we may start seeing more of the new-gen equivalents earlier in the console life cycle. The success of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition has touched off discussions about other games that might do well with a new coat of paint... More
  • Blog Post: Make, Made, Will Make Your Own Robert Lutece Papercraft

    BioShock Infite has some of the coolest gaming swag out there, but if you’re short on cash a good alternative is to make your own. A DeviantArt user has created instructions on creating a papercraft version of Robert Lutece from BioShock Infinite. The paper Lutece stands at about 17 inches in height... More
  • Blog Post: Pixar Characters Fused With Gaming All-Stars Work Surprisingly Well

    Pixar movies are great. Video games are great. So when you combine some of the most memorable Pixar characters with some of gaming’s most popular heroes, the results have to be great, right? That’s what artist renegade21 over at deviant art has done, and the results are impressive. The characters... More
  • Blog Post: Sneaky Zebra Brings Us A Dramatic Reading From Commander Shepard

    Film duo Nick Acott and Gary Scullion, better known as Sneaky Zebra, should be no strangers to our readers. We’ve featured a number of the team’s cosplay music videos and humorous skits. The latest video reunites Sneaky Zebra with Mass Effect (male) Shepard voice actor Mark Meer. Last time... More
  • Blog Post: Fan Takes It Upon Himself To Rewrite Mass Effect 3

    Gerry Pugliese is a fan of Mass Effect, but he didn't like the way Mass Effect 3 played out. In response, he put together a 539-page document detailing the changes and additions he would have made to the game. "Vindication is my attempt to vindicate – patch up, rework, and 'fix'... More
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