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To play or not to play Mass Effect 1.XI - Therum, Krogan Battlemaster; Normandy Interaction Rounds

Part 11 is up! We rescue Liara, then escape the collapsing ruins by fighting our way past a Krogan Battlemaster. Once safely back aboard the Normandy, we take stock, update Liara and the Council, then take our time to explore the new dialogue lines that opened after completing this major quest. 23 more words

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To play or not to play Mass Effect 1.X – Therum, Prothean Ruins; plus, on Quarian Government

Part 10 is up! Having abandoned the Mako, we fight our way on foot to the entrance of the Ruins, meet Liara and learn of her current plight, then take measures to help her. 21 more words

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Why Women Want To Have Sex With Garrus

(Source: kotaku.com)

My Mass Effect playthrough was the most straight-laced, male heterosexual journey you could imagine. I boned Ashley, despite her space-alt-right leanings. Then I boned Miranda, because I mean, … 1,217 more words


The correct alien sex choices in the Mass Effect trilogy

(Source: arstechnica.com)

I’m writing this story somewhat under duress, since we’ve just spent the last 20 minutes in the Ars Slack debating the wrongness of Polygon’s rank of the “ 1,159 more words


From Mass Effect to Mass Effect: Andromeda - Faces 10 Years LATER

You know, if this wasn’t so much work, I’d do it right (OMG this is probably what BW said about the faces too :D). :P So a short one will have to do. 166 more words


ME3 Screenie of the Day - Athame

In ancient times the Asari goddess of Athame was one of prophecy and fate. She was also the matriarch of the Asari pantheon. With Janiri and Lucen as her guides, she taught the Asari mathematics and medicine. 195 more words

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Uncharted Effect: Video Games and the Portrayal of Archaeology

When thinking about archaeology, much of the public sphere envisions the whip-wielding Professor Indiana Jones, who travels to exotic lands on the hunt for treasures and ancient relics to preserve in his university’s museum. 3,515 more words