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I will be posting over the next few days the choices I have made with each character I have currently saved and will keep a journal of any new characters that arise to be posted here as well.
Got the idea from Miss notallgirlsarenoobsStatistics
Last updated 2010-10-20 05:25:05
Number of Characters 22
Damage dealt: 2739369
Friendly-fire damage dealt: 1720
Greatest damage dealt: 1915
Contribution to party damage: 1157
Hit rate: 1867
Here is my favorite Warden playthrough:
Livia - Level 34
Livia Level: 34 Origin Story: Human Noble XP: 353352
Heroic Stats Kills: 1467
Damage dealt: 518918
Friendly-fire damage dealt: 0
Greatest damage dealt: 188
Contribution to party damage: 46
Hit rate: 98
Most powerful foe slain: Archdemon
Last updated 2010-10-20 05:25:13
Strength 74 +25
Dexterity 57 +20
Willpower 20 +18
Magic 14 +11
Cunning 30 +22
Constitution 25 +22
girl gamers of the Legion of Honor
- LoH Diosa - CoD Legion; Tribune, Legionnaire Council Member
- LoH Vader - Legate, Founding Member, High Council Member
- CappuccinoPenguin - Halo Legion; Scout
- Madam Valiance - Battlefield Legion; Scout
- LOH mommabear - Battlefield Legion; Corporal of Augustus
- Pjamas - Battlefield Legion; Scout; on leave
It’s the best day of the week! I hope everyone has a lovely Alistair Friday free of swooping and frog time :)
Alistair Quotes of the Day:
“Watch as I thrash our enemies with the mighty power of floral arrangements! Feel my thorns, darkspawn! I will overpower you with my rosy scent!”
“Maker’s breath but you’re beautiful.”
“Andraste’s flaming sword! I know where babies come from!”
Happy Alistair Friday y’all!
This coming Friday, April 15th, we are hosting our very first Battlefield 2 Community Night! A great chance to dust off the ol’ BF2 box and show off your Battlefield 2 skills to members of the community. DICE community manager zh1nt0 will be there and is bringing a crew of DICE guys with him to get in on the old-school action. Thanks to the official Battlefield Blog and @Battlefield on Twitter for their support!
Bookmark the server below and remember that the event will kick off around 8:00PM GMT (3:00PM EST) this Friday and will go until the wee hours of the night. If you can’t make it then don’t sweat it – join for an hour or so whenever you can, because we’ll be playing all day and night. We will also have a Ventrilo voice chat server up for the event (information on this will be posted before the event). Many thanks to Leetservers for helping us out with this!
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See you on the battlefield!
Battlefield 3 launched its latest Community Challenge today, with the potential to unlock early access to the 12-minute trailer for the Fault Line video series. To unlock it, you must simply head to the Battlefield Facebook Page and “Like” it. Once we get to one million “likes,” not only will we be unlocking the new 12-minute Battlefield 3 gameplay trailer, we’ll also be unlocking a second video, including commentary on the entire 12-minute trailer from Battlefield 3 Executive Producer Patrick Bach, adding some extra tidbits that will otherwise be unheard. Be sure to head to the Battlefield 3 Facebook page at Facebook.com/Battlefield to help unlock the 12 minute trailer and the producer commentary video asap!
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Star Trek series coming to Netflix Watch Instantly in July and October
By Richard Lawler posted Apr 8th 2011 4:19PM
Just because Netflix has licensed new content we’re not always sure when it will be available for Watch Instantly streaming, but TrekMovie.com reports it has the dates for Star Trek content covered by arecent deal with CBS. TrekMovie has confirmed it will have every episode of all five live action series — US only, sorry Canada, enjoy that Iron Man 2 — with the original Star Trek (in HD), Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise (in HD) available July 1st, followed by Star Trek: Deep Space 9 on October 1st. There’s still no word on when Family Ties is arriving, but the two year deal (with an option for two more) should give viewers who haven’t already shelled out for the boxed sets (we know you got the HD DVDs) a chance to get all the Trek they can bear.
‘Battlefield 3’ to Rival ‘Call of Duty’ Says EA Chief
Modern combat game Battlefield 3, due to come out in November was designed to bring down Activision’s Call of Duty games, said EA chief executive John Riccitiello at the Ad Age Digital Conference in New York on Wednesday.
Battlefield 3 will launch this coming November, and according to Riccitiello, EA designed the game to take down COD, the current number one game in the industry, which did $400 million in sales revenue the first day of its release.
He added that EA and Activision would probably spend over a $100 million in advertising to acquire $1 billion a year in revenues of the lucrative market of the popular genre, comparing the feud between the two franchises to the Yankees/Red Sox rivalry, according to VentureBeat.
Riccitiello also talked about the development of the game industry in general, saying that there were 1.5 billion players worldwide over the past years which will probably rise to 3 billion over the next couple of years. He said that video gaming had the particularity of having a very captive audience compared to those using the internet and TV.
Riccitiello went on to explain that when people play video games, they typically focus on it intently, not doing anything else as opposed to when people watch TV or surf the web, they are usually doing multiple things at once.
He also underlined the importance of the video game market in terms of advertising, saying that Barack Obama purchased ads in many EA games to reach out to the youth vote, “I guess it worked,” he joked, according to Gamasutra.
Although there is no exact release date for Battlefield 3 which will be developed by Sweden-based DICE, a November 2 date has been circulating according to the EA downloader. Activision has yet to announce details of an upcoming Call of Duty video Game, but usually releases its titles in mid-November.
Battlefield 3 is available for pre-order for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. Pre-order now and get the pre-order bonus of the Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand expansion pack for free.
Learn more about the number one video game franchise: Call of Duty in the Call of Duty Store.
I’m not sure who to be more impressed with — the crazy folks at Valve for putting together such a complicated ARG, or the many on the Internet that crack it open in virtually no time at all.
The above image was pieced together following clues found in The Potato Sack, a Steam deal on a load of indie games. In addition, several messages which seem to be from GlaDOS reference her disappointment in her multitudes of test subjects, and her schemes to set up new testing areas.
The locations of these messages and the various bits that made up the above image are absolutely crazy. Secret levels in The Wonderful End of the World, anagrams in Defense Grid, and even hints in The Killing Floor have all been discovered. The game is still ongoing as well, as the latest puzzle is a series of colored images from The Wonderful End of the World that appear to have chat text overlayed on top of them.
Current speculation is that the pictured bathysphere (which is a diving apparatus) relates to the Borealis — the Aperature Science ship mentioned in Half-Life 2: Episode 2. There aren’t a lot of other nautical links to be found in any Valve property, so that’s really the only thing holding that together.
The ultra mindfuck would be if the events of Portal 2 all occur below deck on a ship that is currently at sea. Perhaps it’s now a mobile testing lab for GlaDOS? One must have peace and quiet to do science, after all.
Check out the Valve ARG Wiki for a summary of all the bonkers business going on. I snagged some of the puzzle images below just because they’re nuts.
Although it is Mass Effect week, I am still going to do Alistair Friday :) I’m trying to make it a thing on twitter. If you like my blog, please follow me on there - I tweet about the same things I write about on here :)
Alistair Quote of the Day: “Yes, fun. Tricking Morrigan… oh, who am I kidding? That does sound fun. I’m a bad man.”
Happy Alistair Friday!
Things that are definitely true: Mass Effect 3 is a game that will be released and, more than likely, will be the greatest thing ever experienced by man. Also, the game is on the next cover of Game Informer.
Hmm, so that’s less certain stuff than I thought. The rest of this comes via a NeoGAF thread from someone claiming to already have the issue. All of it sounds completely likely, and in most cases just vague enough to sound like it’s from the horse’s mouth, but I’d still hold-off complete belief until a few more sources get their hands on a copy. Here’s the list of deets:
- ME3 begins during Shepard’s trial on Earth following the events of the “Arrival” DLC. Mid-trail, the Reapers arrive, unleashing all kinds of hurt on the planet. During the prologue, Shepard escapes to the Normandy to gather allies. Reaper ground troops are the husks of the galaxy’s various species.
- A confirmed cast includes (provided they’re alive in your save) Liara, Ashley or Kaiden, Garrus, Wrex, Mordin, Legion, Anderson, and the unknown James Sanders. These are not necessarily squadmates, just characters confirmed to be in the game.
- Per a screenshot, Ashley looks hot with her hair down.
- A la ME2 on PlayStation 3, ME3 will feature a “previously on” segment to generate big decisions from the previous games if you don’t have a ME1 or ME2 save.
- The Illusive Man is a prominent character and you’re being hunted by Cerberus.
- RPG elements are being increased to include larger skill tress and skills that evolve several time. Weapons will have swappable parts, such a barrels and scopes, that modify performance and appearance.
- All classes can equip any type of weapon, but only the soldier can carry every weapon at once.
- There are several different endings which rely on the decisions you make, the squad you select, and the allies you recruit.
- ME3 will not have multiplayer, ME spin-offs may.
Alright, after going though all of that, some of it just sounds like a fanboy’s dream. I mean, this hits all the points, and they all sound great. Again, until some more copies start circulating, this is just rumor, but it’s one hell of a rumor. What do you guys think?
Posted 3 hours 34 mins ago - By Stephen Johnson
The first details of Mass Effect 3 will be revealed in the next issue of Game Informer magazine, but they’re also all over the internet. If you want an early look at the future adventures of Commander Shepard, just continue reading. Obviously, major spoiler alert!
Here’s what we know about Mass Effect 3:
- The game begins with Shepard on Earth, standing trial for the events that went down during the Mass Effect 2 “Arrival” DLC. The Reapers invade; Shepard escapes to the Normandy, and the plot begins.
- Returning squad-mates: Liara, Ashley/Kaiden, Garrus (if he’s alive)
- A New Squad-Mate, James Sanders, will join your crew.
- Returning Characters: Wrex, Mordin, Legion, and Anderson will appear in the game (if they’re alive), but aren’t confirmed as squad-mates. The Illusive Man plays a prominent role in Mass Effect 3, and Cerberus is out to kill Shepard, but we don’t know why as of yet.
- Multiple Endings: Different endings will be given, depending on the actions you take in the game.
- Gameplay: RPG elements are being beefed up, including a focus on skill trees. Powers will evolve more than once.
- Weapons: similar to Mass Effect 2, except mods make a return, allowing you to swap out barrels, scopes, and more, which affect the weapon’s performance and look. All classes can wield all weapons, but will have limited slots to carry them. For example, only the Soldier can carry all weapons at once.
- Gameplay Comic: If you’re just getting into Mass Effect with this game, the plots of the first two games will be summed up in a comic.
- Multiplayer: There won’t be any multiplayer in Mass Effect 3.
I have already said a few words on Cullen, but each time I play the game the more interesting I find this character. I think there is a lot of room for him to grow and change - either Pro-Mage or Pro-Templar depending how you played the game. Enjoy this picture and quote of my favorite Templar!
Cullen Quote of the Day: “How far they must have delved into my thoughts.. tempting me with the one thing I always wanted but could never have.”
Need some Cullen Dragon Age 2 DLC!
Mass Effect Anime Movie in the Works For 2012
Written Thursday, April 07, 2011 By Richard Walker
Having been immortalised in comic books, novels and of course, video games (like, duh), the Mass Effect franchise is now set to branch out into the realms of anime, courtesy of a deal between BioWare, EA and leading North America-based Japanese animation distributor, FUNimation Entertainment.
Tokyo-based anime and international feature film production company T.O Entertainment will co-produce the Mass Effect anime movie, which will tell its own story based within the Mass Effect universe, with its alien life and uncharted planets.
“Over the last few years, we have revealed different pieces of the Mass Effect world through different media. Extending the story through an anime medium is another amazing opportunity for us,” said Casey Hudson, Executive Producer on the Mass Effect series and the forthcoming anime. “Partnering with FUNimation ensures that we will bring this rich universe to life with the utmost quality and the same attention to detail that the Mass Effect games are known for.”
“It is thanks to the enormous and passionate Mass Effect fan base that this movie is made possible,” said Gen Fukunaga, President & CEO of FUNimation. “With production underway on the Dragon Age video, we are excited to team up with another BioWare team to add an exciting new chapter to this vast sci-fi world.”
Production is currently underway on the Mass Effect anime, which is scheduled to arrive as a digital and home video release in summer 2012.
May Cover Revealed: Mass Effect 3
Source: gameinformer.com by Joe Juba
Article Link: Mass Effect 3 Cover Reveal
Commander Shepard has already saved the galaxy twice, but the final entry in the Mass Effect trilogy could be either the hero’s last stand or finest hour. Earth is in jeopardy, entire civilizations are at risk, and we’ve got all the details. Our latest issue has 12 pages of exclusive info, screens, and art that no Mass Effect fan should miss.
Subscribers should be receiving their issues in the coming days. After you finish reading up, don’t forget to keep checking back with gameinformer.com throughout the month, since we’ll have plenty of updates delving into Mass Effect 3 and the franchise as a whole.
In addition to explaining Shepard’s latest mission, the May issue includes an in-depth look at Spider-Man: Edge of Time, a status report on upcoming Kinect software, and an examination of rumors that Activision might buy Take Two. While you’re waiting, you can marvel at the image you’ll see adorning the issue when it’s in your hands.
Full image (click to enlarge):
Though I was heartily disappointed in the Arrival DLC…review to come later…I am so excited for Mass Effect 3! I will be taking a break soon from my Dragon Age addiction to revitalize my Mass Effect 2 playthroughs. WE LOVE BioWare!