One of my favorite aspects of any Bioware game is not only exploring the world created, but the characters that inhabit it. Dragon Age: Inquisition features, to the best of my knowledge, one of the most diverse ensembles of characters in gaming in terms of background, gender, race, sexuality, and age, just to name a couple traits. Of particular relevance to me is there are A LOT of women, and women in positions of power, featured prominently throughout the game
Mass Effect 3 had a major showing at day 1 of the E3 convention. We’re going to comb through it all as the day progresses, but we figured we’d start with the Mass Effect 3 N7 edition contents. I’m going to be honest with you, if this edition cost $400.00 and had life sized statue of Yeoman Chambers I’d probably find some way of buying it. From what we know now, the N7 edition looks very promising, although I rarely read an art book more than once. Have a look!
Collector’s Edition Mass Effect 3 – The N7 edition ($80) boasts a shit load of great extras for YOUR extra cash. In-game content, above art books etc, is always my favorite edition to any collector’s edition. In the case of the N7 edition you will gain access to : A Robotic Dog (which no doubt functions like DA2’s Mabari), Bonus N7 weapons (cool), exclusive companion outfits, and an additional downloadable mission and character. If you could care less about in-game items (shame!) the game also comes with a tiny lithograph (a fancy picture), a hardcover art book, Mass Effect 3 comic book, an N7 patch (that you’ll never dare put on anything), downloadable extended soundtrack, a Normandy avatar 360 prop. But wait, there’s more! Depending on WHERE you buy your collector’s edition there will also be exclusive pre-order bonuses from various retailers. For instance, if you buy your copy at Wal-Mart you get a DVD of THIS video (man I really hope you clicked that).