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Get your consoles warmed up, friends! Today we've got special guest Susan with a post about why we should play Mass Effect, including why it's awesome, where its shortcomings are, and why it's a worthwhile gaming experience.


Red, Green, Blue (or, five reasons why Renay should play Mass Effect and you should too.)


As you may or may not know, certain residents of Lady Business Towers are on a bit of a scifi kick at the moment! And as a massive fangirl of this series, I feel that I’d be remiss in my duties if I didn't at least TRY to convince both them and you to give Mass Effect a go - or at least that it is definitely relevant to LB’s interests.

So, in a cunning and subtle attempt to lure you all in, here are five excellent reasons why you should play these games. Read more... )

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