Mass Effect Jack Tattoo

Picture Mass Effect Jack Tattoo

July 26, 2012

Now to spend a few decades being tortured and experimented upon.

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Terrible Mass Effect Normandy Tattoo

Picture Terrible Mass Effect Normandy Tattoo

July 19, 2012

I'm Commander Shepard and this is the worst tattoo on the Citadel.

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Bookseller is Anti-Quarian

Picture Bookseller is Anti-Quarian

July 06, 2012

Next thing you're going to tell me that pharmacy has anti-biotics!

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Video Wars

Picture Video Wars

May 31, 2012

Use the Game Genie, Samus.

Amazing Garrus Cosplay

Picture Amazing Garrus Cosplay

May 31, 2012

Turian on the outside. Nerd with a lot of time on his hands on the inside.

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Comic Mass Effect Team Size Matters

By Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman / May 24, 2012

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Comic Awkward Zombie: Tech Support

By Awkward Zombie / May 23, 2012

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Art of the Instakill

Video Art of the Instakill

May 14, 2012

All the body armor in the world won't save you now.

Comic Rejected Mass Effect 3 Endings

By Andrew Bridgman / May 9, 2012

Bioware has been hard at work creating new possible endings for the recently released Mass Effect 3, in response to fan complaints about the mediocre endings included in the game that failed to take your choices into account. While the finalized new endings are not yet known, Dorkly has gotten EXCLUSIVE rights to 4 potential ending scenarios that Bioware outright rejected…

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REJECTED ENDING 1: Ultimate Diplomacy

REJECTED ENDING 2: Supreme Diversion

REJECTED ENDING 3: Righteous Indignation

REJECTED ENDING 4: Do Fear The Reaper

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Article The Dorklyst: The 7 Greatest Spaceships in Videogame History

By Mark Filipowich / May 8, 2012
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With NASA's space shuttle program retired, our hopes of getting full-fledged spaceships are diminishing quickly. Will we ever be able to traverse the vast expanses of the universe? Will we ever travel from one corner of the galaxy to the other in an instant? Will we ever make the Kessel Run to see if that Han Solo was lying about being able to make it in under 12 parsecs? Right now, it's not looking promising.

So until we have lightspeed-capable spaceships in real life, we'll have to live out our dreams in videogames. Here are the 7 greatest spaceships in videogame history.

7. SR-1 and SR-2 SSV Normandy (Mass Effect series)

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The Normandy is a marvel of engineering, being the only ship in the galaxy capable of stealth flight in space. The Normandy is also a symbol of galactic co-operation, having been jointly designed by once bitter enemies, the humans and turians. But more than any of that, what makes the Normandy is its personality. From the no frills SR-1 in the first game, the sleek and shiny SR-2 in the second to its final iteration in the third as half-gutted, half-upgraded masterpiece, the Normandy mirrors the progress of Shepard and company.

What makes the Normandy so special, though, is not its design, or even its narrative function, what makes the Normandy especially memorable is that, in all three games, the Normandy is Shepard's home. More than a base of operations or a weapon-system, it's home to all the colorful personalities Shepard encounters in the galaxy. It's the one constant in a galaxy quickly spiralling out of control. It isn't just a nifty vehicle or a minor setting; right from the beginning the player knows that that this is their ship and, often, it's all they have.

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