Mass Effect 3, a blockbuster
video game (previously: 1
), and no stranger to controversy, is encountering controversy of a different sort over the series ending. Some fans feel it is incomplete and lacks closure, over 90% by some polls. It opens up interesting questions, such as: how are video games different than other media? Do consumers of video games have a reasonable right to ask for another ending, or is it akin to asking for modifications to the Mona Lisa? Many spoilers inside. [more inside]
posted by brool
on Mar 17, 2012 -
Now available for online viewing: the first episode of the new webseries by Felicia Day and her production company Knights Of Good, in association with Bioware -- Dragon Age: Redemption
posted by hippybear
on Oct 15, 2011 -
will offer a plethora of engaging side-quests, including bike messenger assignments, competitive coffee-brand disparagement, horrible-dancing competitions, and an interactive café-posturing minigame that involves using motion controls to keep the cover of your barely-skimmed copy of Dostoevsky's "The Idiot" within eyeshot of as many cute girls as possible.
posted by griphus
on Feb 3, 2010 -
"Because of the digital chip age in which we live - "Mass Effect"
can be customized to sodomize whatever, whoever, however, the game player wishes. With it's "over the net"
capabilities virtual orgasmic rape is just the push of a button away." [more inside]
posted by prostyle
on Jan 15, 2008 -