‘Mass Effect 3' Collector's Edition is Play-Asia's Deal Of The Day
Originally $79.99, now you can scoop it for just $16.90.
Box contents
Exclusive hardcover art book
Exclusive Collectible Tin featuring male and female Shepard
Exclusive N7 Fabric Patch
Exclusive 4x6 Lithograph
Also includes: Exclusive Extended Soundtrack; Dark Horse Comic Book; Additional Downloadable Mission and Character; Bonus Avatars and More
Get it now!

Mass Effect 3' Collector's Edition is Play-Asia's Deal Of The Day

Originally $79.99, now you can scoop it for just $16.90.

Box contents

  • Exclusive hardcover art book
  • Exclusive Collectible Tin featuring male and female Shepard
  • Exclusive N7 Fabric Patch
  • Exclusive 4x6 Lithograph
  • Also includes: Exclusive Extended Soundtrack; Dark Horse Comic Book; Additional Downloadable Mission and Character; Bonus Avatars and More

Get it now!

18” Replica Mass Effect Normandy Ship, Coming Soon

The BioWare Store is now accepting deposits for those looking to purchase a super detailed 18” replica of the Normandy spaceship from the Mass Effect series. The replica is limited to only 1,500 pieces, and I’m sure they’ll sell fast. The deposit is $150, with another $150 to be charged when the replicas actually release this August/September of 2013, meaning the replica will cost $300 plus shipping. 

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Buy it: Mass Effect Trilogy
A Little Bit on the ‘Your Patch Needs a Patch’ Side: I usually wait until a game gets a physical release with all the DLC before I buy, but with all the hubub about the game’s ending, I picked up Mass Effect 3 when it was on sale a few weeks ago. The game had a glitch where players couldn’t import their custom characters’ faces if they were created in ME1 like mine (as opposed to ME2). But I heard that Bioware had patched the issue so I didn’t worry. Well, I finally threw the game in yesterday, let the 360 apply the patches, and guess what. My face is still broken.
I checked out Bioware’s support forums and it looks like the patch fixed the problem for most players but not all. It’s been about a month since this has been discovered but Bioware haven’t even acknowledged the problem. Good thing I’ve invested 80 hours into this character.
Now that consoles are almost always connected to the Internet, there’s no escaping the mentality of “ship now, patch later,” so I tend not to complain. But when your patches don’t even fix the problem I tend to regret giving you my $40.

A Little Bit on the ‘Your Patch Needs a Patch’ Side: I usually wait until a game gets a physical release with all the DLC before I buy, but with all the hubub about the game’s ending, I picked up Mass Effect 3 when it was on sale a few weeks ago. The game had a glitch where players couldn’t import their custom characters’ faces if they were created in ME1 like mine (as opposed to ME2). But I heard that Bioware had patched the issue so I didn’t worry. Well, I finally threw the game in yesterday, let the 360 apply the patches, and guess what. My face is still broken.

I checked out Bioware’s support forums and it looks like the patch fixed the problem for most players but not all. It’s been about a month since this has been discovered but Bioware haven’t even acknowledged the problem. Good thing I’ve invested 80 hours into this character.

Now that consoles are almost always connected to the Internet, there’s no escaping the mentality of “ship now, patch later,” so I tend not to complain. But when your patches don’t even fix the problem I tend to regret giving you my $40.

Normandy, We Have a Problem
Mass Effect 3 players everywhere are complaining of a bug that won’t let you import your character from the first two games. That means you leave behind your face and moral decisions. Not cool. According to the Internet, this is happening in both the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions.
I try not to buy new releases because of that whole $60 thing but I was going to break that rule for Mass Effect 3. Now I think I’ll be holding off until I hear this bug is fixed.

Normandy, We Have a Problem

Mass Effect 3 players everywhere are complaining of a bug that won’t let you import your character from the first two games. That means you leave behind your face and moral decisions. Not cool. According to the Internet, this is happening in both the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions.

I try not to buy new releases because of that whole $60 thing but I was going to break that rule for Mass Effect 3. Now I think I’ll be holding off until I hear this bug is fixed.

A Little Bit On The Mass Effect Side: Nix (a.k.a. Pyroxene) created these diminutive versions of the Normandy crew fighting off the Reapers. You can see additional pictures of each of the other characters HERE.
(Via Destructoid)

A Little Bit On The Mass Effect Side: Nix (a.k.a. Pyroxene) created these diminutive versions of the Normandy crew fighting off the Reapers. You can see additional pictures of each of the other characters HERE.

(Via Destructoid)

What did you just say, BioWare?

It’s a little over the line, man!

[Via Mass Effect Facebook Page]

"Omega has no titled ruler and only one rule."
"Don’t fuck with Aria." Leading up to the release of Mass Effect 3, Dark Horse Comics will be releasing Mass Effect: Invasion this October. Paul Renaud did this variant cover of Aria T’Loak for the first issue.

"Omega has no titled ruler and only one rule."

"Don’t fuck with Aria." Leading up to the release of Mass Effect 3, Dark Horse Comics will be releasing Mass Effect: Invasion this October. Paul Renaud did this variant cover of Aria T’Loak for the first issue.

Helmet Hotties
Samus Aran and Tali’Zorah meet faceplate to faceplate only to be ambushed by a mob of Metroids and Geth in this commissioned piece by Sebastian Wittenberg (a.k.a. RogueTwo).

Helmet Hotties

Samus Aran and Tali’Zorah meet faceplate to faceplate only to be ambushed by a mob of Metroids and Geth in this commissioned piece by Sebastian Wittenberg (a.k.a. RogueTwo).

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