jack + scars and tattoos because why not ◕‿◕
I somehow managed to never notice how many damn scars she has.
… I had never noticed that a lot of these, especially on her torso, both front and back, look an awful lot like incisions for an autopsy or at least a massively invasive multiple-organ surgery.
And this happened today.
Had a great time chatting with Raphael this afternoon. It was a pleasure meeting this kind-hearted man and exchanging notes on our ME experience. Check out his grassroots non-profit organization that helps fund L.A.’s green projects —www.greenwish.com
Walters also revealed that he doesn’t think the majority of Mass Effect fans had an issue with Mass Effect 3′s ending and that it was just a very vocal minority.
This makes me about as happy as a condom full of fire ants.
“Walters also revealed that he doesn’t think the majority of Mass Effect fans had an issue with Mass Effect 3′s ending and that it was just a very vocal minority.”
Welp, guess I won’t be getting ME4.
Was any of us getting ME4 to begin with?
Saw this earlier, reblogging for a bump, and also because the metaphor of a condom full of fire ants is too good to let slip into oblivion.
Seriously, the denial of Hack is just staggering. I can’t believe anyone would give this man a shopping list to write, let alone another AAA game. Guess BW needs a loss leader…
More Mass Effect: Yay!
More Mac Walters: Bleh.
That quote is showing some pretty powerful denial. Damn.
kasumi’s oh my god
RIP Robin Sachs, the voice of Zaeed.
Have fun at the bar.
I want my hat back, shakarian style, featuring Annaleise Shepard.
OH MY GOD. THIS TOOK.
IVE BEEN WORKING ON IT SINCE LIKE 10? DJFKAJSLKFJDLAKJF
Mass Effect 3’s Omega DLC will be the most expansive and expensive add-on yet, maker BioWare has announced.
The single-player campaign expansion launches for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 27th November for 1200 Microsoft Points or $15 (about £10). European PlayStation players will likely see it on the 28th.
Omega will be “double the size” of the largest Mass Effect 3 DLC so far, Mass Effect 3 producer Mike Gamble explained at New York Comic-Con. (In terms of actual game content Gamble is likely referring to this summer’s Leviathan DLC. In terms of file size the largest is the 2GB Extended Cut, although that is the Xbox 360 DLC file limit).
Omega will also be the most expensive Mass Effect 3 DLC so far (or of the entire series, if you don’t count Mass Effect 2’s 1200 Point Cerberus Network pass which came free with new copies).
The expansion will see players team up with ousted Omega ruler Aria T’loak to retake the station from Cerberus control.
Omega’s story follows the Mass Effect 3: Invasion prequel comics, which saw evil General Petrovsky move in and secure the space station for the Illusive Man’s evil clutches. Petrovsky will return in Omega, Gamble confirmed. We’ll also get our first glimpse at a female turian.