OK so I am a huge fan of Warhammer 40,000 and while looking through their latest magazine at the new Tau Empire releases I was struck by the idea to create custom miniatures of the Mass Effect races using 40K components - Kroot as a basis for turians, Tau as salarians, etc. I got this idea by noticing how similar in face and body some of the aliens in 40K look. With some kitbashing and maybbe the odd bit of custom sculpting I doubt it would be that hard to create the miniatures.
But then I thought how much better it would be to have the rules to use with them.
So I am thinking of creating a Reaper War expansion for Warhammer 40,000's current 6th edition. I know there are some 40K players here so I was wondering who would be interested in see…Read more >
So In Mass effect 3, if Shepard is romancing neither of them, Garrus and Tali can start a relationship. Ken and Gabby can also end up together, and Shepard can encourage EDI and Joker to develop a relationship.
The Citadel DLC expanded on this theme by having James and Ashley hook up at the Party., as well hinting at something between Samara and Zaeed.
So my question is this: Which other romances would you envision among the crew? Who would you like to see the romance options end up with if unromanced by Shepard? What about the other squadmates? Which other characters can you see going well together?
Personally I like the idea of Kaidan and Cortez getting together. A friend of mine also had a thing about seeing Zaeed with Dr Chakwas, but I th…Read more >
Thought I would share something i found on Deviantart: 
I've had a go at this thing myself and while it may not be perfect it has some very good ideas and takes in all the variables of the game much better than any other suggestions I've seen, including the moronic Indoctrination Theory.
And it seems there are several different endings based on your choices. Unfortunately it's all text, but it is still good.Read more >
OK so with the release of Omega there has been some discussion on several blogs about the rising cost of DLC. For those not aware, Omega is the most expensive piece of DLC ever released for the Mass Effect Trilogy, barring the Cerberus Network or Online Pass included for free with new game copies. The debate isn't so much about the price, but whether Omega is worth the $15/£10 spend. I myself recently realised that, not counting equipment packs for multiplayer, I have spent just over £50 on DLC across the Trilogy, including Omega. This is more than I paid for my Collector's edition copy of Mass Effect 1.
To aid in this I have found a website called [How Long To Beat|http://howlongtobeat.com/index.php], and I will be using the average 'Compl…Read more >
Ok so Omega is here and I have just finished it.
I have to say I was very impressed. Bioware promised it would be large and they didn't disappoint as Shepard and Aria battled all over Omega, including visiting some familiar locations. Nyreen was an interesting character who I was shocked to see perish, but I found her a welcome, if short, addition to the mythos of the series. The party banter was welcome, as were the interactions in Aria's bunker between her new supporting cast. Bray was especially a favourite of mine. The new enemies proved challenging and a welcome addition to the Cerberus grunts we have gotten so used to killing by now. It was also good to see the true cost of taking Omega, and the cinematic scenes showing this struggle…Read more >