Stolen Pixels #169: A New Man

By Shamus
on Feb 16, 2010
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They should totally do this for Mass Effect 3.

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  1. SolkaTruesilver says:

    Reading the initial comments at the Escapist, I think you are at the top of a few more Death List, Shamus :-)

  2. kjones says:

    Aww yeah. Playin’ it classy.

  3. kasper says:

    Hmm now you’ve made me wonder what female head on male torso shepard looks like. And typing that sentence has made me wonder what bioware would make of a romance scene between those two characters. Shamus, why do you do this to me…

  4. Pickly says:

    Well, you know how it is, the best scientists demand some artistic leway in their work. :)

    (It did take me looking at the strip a couple of times to figure out exactly what the change was, though.)

  5. RTBones says:

    Actually, I lay it all at the feet of the bean counters. Science isnt cheap, and the first thing that always gets cut when you’re trying to save money is testing. Looks like the acceptance test got cut a little short.

    Funny stuff.

  6. Axle says:

    I think it’s a great idea for ME3.
    They can claim it’s the result of radiation exposure, caused by spending too much time with the planet scanner…

  7. Nyaz says:

    So now Shepard wouldn’t need Liara or Thane or whoever to get through the sex scen-NO BAD BAD DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT EWW

  8. Galad says:

    I wouldn’t envy Shepard – or whoever man, for that matter – that’s struck by this cruel fate =)

  9. Yar Kramer says:

    Okay, Shamus, you’ve hit another “made me burst out laughing” spot. XD

  10. Sean Riley says:

    Oh man.

    See, the hilarious thing here is? I got that bug playing ME1 yesterday. Seriously. On Noveria, all the male scientists got given female torsos. Seems like that bioweapon they were working on had unintended side effects.

    I reinstalled the game on Xbox from the disc. We’ll see if that fixes the bug.

  11. Scourge says:

    That of course works the other way around. :D

    http://www.nerfnow.com/comic/243

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