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Mass Effect’s Dead Shepard statue pulled from sale, Bioware admits communication error



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Especially if you are Sensitive to minor spoilers What is, at this point, a retro game, consider yourself warned. During the prologue of Mass Effect 2 (literally the first ten minutes), a convenient MacGuffin is created as a way to reset any skills that Commander Shepard may have picked up during the original game, our The hero is cold, clumsy, broken, broken. A vacuum of space…needs rebuilding.

The moment is certainly a memorable one, an explosive start to a great game. Someone at Bioware certainly thought so, too, immortalizing it in another weird piece of video game merchandise we’ve seen since Dead Island: the classical Roman statue of Riptide historically. Indecent Tribute

Behold, Shepard’s statue of death!

Death of Commander Shepard 2
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The Expensive conversation starter The Bioware gear was on sale for one day before being pulled from the store. The Gear Store’s official Twitter account posted an apology (apparently) to have an insufficient emotional basis for the seriousness of the scene depicted, admitting that “the way we announced [Shepard’s Death Statue] It doesn’t tell it properly, nor does it give the moment in the series the credit it deserves.”

Did you manage to secure the infinitely collectible Shepard’s Death statue when it was on sale for a short time? Fire off the most memorable pieces of gaming merchandise you can recall in the comments section below.


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