Will Mass Effect 4 be like the first?
The galactic council has actually criminalized gender. Cis characters join Cerberus, now headed by Miranda who has made the organization's new mantra standing up for hetero-normalcy. Your mission as the non-gendered omnisexual Shepard is to dismantle her oppressive regime.
BIOWARE IS DEAD
MASS EFFECT IS DEAD
anon do you really have to ask this question?
take a look at inquisition.
prepare for a supernova of gay alien sex and feminist agenda with le super edgy badass lesbian chick :-) :-)
I would play that like it's no tomorrow
>tfw I almost always play bioware games as a female character
>just end up having a metric ton of lesbo sex instead of getting assblasted about gay sex
already been confirmed it won't happen like that
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>there are people that don't actively pursue a human hegemony in ME or DA
it's one of the better parts of their respective series if you realpolitik your towards human dominance
>tfw you can't go full cerberus in me2 and choose only human crew members instead of xenos
>"Hey, guys, let's take the Akira-class ship, flip it upside-down, and call it the NX-01 Enterprise!"
>"But, sir, it looks too technologically advanced for something from the twenty-second century-"
>"SHUT YOUR FUCKING MOUTH BEFORE I BEAT YOU TO DEATH WITH A TRIBBLE!!"
Seriously, Rick Berman, what the fuck.
Well there go my hopes of decaling the Mako with Mako as I go around with my Disciplinary Comity.
The Mako is confirmed to be coming back in the new Mass Effect. So I had an idea when that was announced to get a decal of Mako from Kill La Kill on the Mako and name my character Gamagori and also mod it to where when it run over people it would go " Hallelujah!". But now since they are doing the ME style of character creation those dreams are dashed.
you fucking drones need to gtfo to /bsn/ seriously, nobody here cares anymore about your shitty violated sci fi/fantasy game with a not so hidden agenda
One thing I never understood about ST ships is where the bridge is placed. Why would you put the bridge exposed on the outside of hull? All an enemy has to do is focus fire the bridge and cause a hull breach and have the bridge crew blown into space, which has happened in TNG and Enterprise. Why not place the bridge deep inside the ships hull for protection like say the Battlestar Galactica.
Because the Bridge is on Deck One, which is the highest part of the ship, which makes it very important.
Seriously, though, who fucking knows. It's a problem that all of the ships except the Borg ships had. Shit, it's a problem that almost all sci-fi ships have. In Star Wars most of the ships larger than fighters have their bridges/control centers on the outside or front of the ship.
I've always hoped for a Mass Effect where you play as a nobody but you can either choose to go with the military or the criminal underground. So it either ends with you putting the entire galaxy in chaos or peace. A oppressive orderly dictatorship or a benevolent shadow government.
>mfw ME4 starts with Shepard waking up and revealing ME2 and ME3 were a bad dream and the series builds upon what made ME1 good