As I sat in front of my computer trying desperately to come up with something to write about this week I found myself without any ideas. There was no real news I was excited about. There aren’t any games coming out in the near future that I’m all that excited about. The WiiU is right around the corner, but seeing how I abhor EVERYTHING Nintendo…that was out too.
Then I tried to think of why I even like video games, and one memory came to mind. It was the day that, after more than a dozen years of playing games, I feel I actually became a “gamer”. But let me start with a bit of background info…
I’m a huge fan of the show Chuck. One day I was searching some YouTube videos and I came across a video featuring Adam Baldwin (John Casey) and Yvonne Strahovski (Sarah Walker) doing voice overs for a game titled Mass Effect 2. I instantly looked on Steam and found a demo. After playing through the demo about a half-dozen times I bought the game. It almost instantly started gettin every spare moment I had, but really never more than 1-2 hours at a time, that is, until a snow-day kept me out of class one day.
I was going to school fulltime, so after driving my wife to work I came home and sat down in front of my computer, cup of coffee beside me, and started in on my usual 1-2 hours. Before I knew it I looked at the clock and I had been playing for 4 hours. I refilled the coffee and sat back down. I clocked a total of about 8 1/2 hours that day…way more than I had ever spent in one day playing video games. I experimented with new weapons and new powers. Got in a grove with certain squad mates (usually Miranda and Thane or Miranda and Garrus). Went further and further than I’d ever gone. Developed an affinity for sniping, which I had previously hated in games, and developed my most defining quality as a gamer…sitting there all by myself saving the universe.
Now this is a relatively boring story, I’ll admit it, but for me it was the day that I picked up the gamer tag and haven’t put it down since. No, I didn’t grow up loving a lot of the older games, nor do I own dozens of different games…but I’m a gamer none the less. Gamers come in all shapes and bends.
So what’s your story? When did you pick up that gamer tag? Let us know in the comments.
What do we know about this game? Well, uh… There’s going to be a car and uhh an explosion in it for sure. Aside from that this is only the glimpse that BioWare is willing to share about its next upcoming franchise.
BioWare who won Studio of the Year and Best RPG for Mass Effect 2 last year beat other studio giants such as Blizzard, Bungie, & Rockstar.
BioWare will spill more beans about upcoming games when they appear again on Spike’s VGA Show that airs on 8PM ET/5PM PT on Saturday December 10.
The picture above is what an Asari from Mass Effect would look like in real life. Kinda hot huh?
Wow, I don’t know why but I think I might have an Asari fetish. Is there a support group that could help me with this? I mean I know furies exist maybe I could start an Asari loving convention. Get prostitutes to dress up as the blue man group and get all the other Asari lovers in the world together for an E3 like sexual fetish convention. Yeah! I think I am onto something.
For those of you fans of the Mass Effect series I bring you Jack the character from Mass Effect 2 in real life (Yes, Jack is a “girl”).
Jack was a shipmate you could get in Mass Effect 2 if you beat one of the specialized missions. She had extremely strong “biotic powers” in the game(like super powers) and she was also a notorious criminal. She was used as a human guinea pig by a company for years because of her unusually strong powers. That’s were she gets all the sweet tattoos from(except the girl above is wearing a tattoo shirt WTF is up with that).
In the game you get to choose one of three women to have sexual relations with….I never picked Jack.
About a year ago when the website was just developing I purposed this question to the public. Now I really want to know what answer would be the the question above. Don’t worry this is all semi-anonymous so no one will know it was you. Post a comment in the box below, answer the question: Would You Bang and Asari?
This Weekend Babe-ary goes to…. Tricia Helfer!! Tricia is a smoking hot babe and played the voice of EDI on Mass Effect 2. Tricia Helfer has been on No Ordinary family and CSI but is most known for her role on the nerdy TV series Battle Star Galactica as Number Six. Tricia is 37 and is a Canadian citizen so she knows what I am talking aboot. Mass Effect is one of the largest single player RPG’s in the industry right now and most people didn’t know the girl doing the voice of the computer was smoking hot!
If your a fan of Mass Effect and know or like the game Spore you have to check out these Spore creations. The creations below include a Krogan, Turian, Quarian, and Patrick from Sponge Bob Square Pants just for kicks.