Rumors! Tweets! Foreign Websites! People quoting non-developers! This is how internet news works these days folks.
As most of you are aware, Bioware decided to allow fans to choose the official appearance for the female Commander Shepard on Facebook and I was lucky enough to be at the Bioware-Base when the six candidates were announced. The scene was utter-mayhem and I can honestly say there were almost as many females as males present at the event. However here is where things get a bit tricky.
When we put our audio interview up last month with Ali Hillis the initial demand was so high that our servers crashed… HARD. We actually love when that happens. It was great to see fans line up at Comic-Con for an opportunity to meet both Ali and Jennifer Hale.
While wandering the streets we happened to run into the 2011 Comic-Con zombie walk which was as confusing for them as it was for us. Honestly, there was something incredibly gratifying about stabbing a fake-zombie with my fake omni-blade. Check out the video below.
If you managed to make it to Comic-Con 2011 you probably saw a large number of Mass Effect fans running around town sporting shiny new omni-blades. If you’re a Mass Effect fan that didn’t attend Comic-Con 2011 you probably want one of your very own. Well you’re in luck, because we’re giving one away!
There’s a massive collector’s edition, and it’s gonna set you back…
Comic Con is full of crazy events that seemingly pop up out of the blue. If you’re a Mass Effect fan in San Diego be sure to stop by the Gasp Lamp Hilton around 6:00 on Saturday to “march” with lead producer Casey Hudson on the convention center.
Did you miss the demo and live chat with the folks at Bioware about their latest Dragon Age II DLC? If so we have the embed for you below. Also if you stick around until the very end one of our “hard hitting” questions gets answered (resulting in chuckles and the promise of man on man hugging).
Just got done taking notes on the new Dragon Age II: Legacy DLC webcast. The folks at Bioware were cool enough to answer a ton of questions about the upcoming DLC, and lucky for you all… I took notes.
Have a look at Crabcat’s Garrus sculpt by Neil Tambini and tell me that it isn’t incredible.
Bioware will have a large presence at this year’s San Diego Comic Con! On top of having their own setup right outside the convention center (in the gas-lamp), complete with demos of Mass Effect 3, SWTOR, and the new Dragon Age II DLC, Bioware will aslo be be participating in a handful of panels.
Hey there gang! June was a busy month for us here at the site, but we managed to survive. – Take a look at some of our June highlights and prepare for an intense July.