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February 5, 2021

Bioware CENSORS Mass Effect Legendary Edition Because Beautiful Women Are Bad & Gamers Are Evil

TheQuartering [2/4/2021]

This game is an easy pass if the stuff they are worrying about is the camera angles that evil gamers might use.

According to BoundingIntoComics:

BioWare has confirmed that Mass Effect Legendary Edition will feature edits to some of its more sexualized cutscenes, particularly those involving Cerberus officer Miranda Lawson.

Announced on February 2nd, Mass Effect Legendary Edition is set to feature not only the three games that make up the original Mass Effect trilogy, but also “over 40 dlc from all three games” and “enhanced performance, visuals, and graphics, all available in HDR.”

“For Mass Effect 1 we took the rough edges off it and tried to reduce the delta between 1 and 2, because 2 and 3 had a very similar look and feel and 1 tended to feel very dated. So we spent more time trying to bring it closer to 2,” project director Mac Walters explained to Metro in a recent interview.

Walters continued ““There were underlying systems that made it more like an RPG and less like a shooter, but there were other systems like camera, movement, aiming, and things like that that we had improved over the course of the trilogy.”

“So bringing those into Mass Effect 1 was a no-brainer and we tried to just smooth out your overall experience,” Walters added. “‘Reducing the friction from that gameplay but not inherently or fundamentally changing how you progress through the game, how you invest in the squad talents and the class systems and things like that. That was important.”

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