Pixel Places I’d Love to Visit Part 4 – #NBI2015Safari

This week I am picking the Hero/Villain option for my screen shot.

Yesterday, BioWare celebrated 20 years since they were established in 1995. There were many tweets reminiscing about their games, stories, and fun times. I had been toying with the idea of doing a hero rather than a villain for my next Safari screen shot, and I realized that both of my choices were from different BioWare games, but the one with the most impact was the villain. Sorry, Duncan from Dragon Age, your heroism will have to shine another day.

Reaper in London Mass Effect

Reapers, the ultimate, larger than life, evil, destructive bad guys. Perfecting and preserving life in the most ruthless manner possible. When I compared my satisfaction in taking one of those down versus someone puny by comparison like The Lich King, they won the category hands down.

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11 thoughts on “Pixel Places I’d Love to Visit Part 4 – #NBI2015Safari

    • Good! The team you build and the hero you play throughout these are really amazing. The humor scattered throughout the games is one of my favorite things about them. I think you’ll enjoy them if the combat aspects don’t annoy you. They change quite a bit from 1 to 2.

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  5. Heh, I remember this: the final fight! I’m not really sure if this would be a place “I would love to visit”, to be completely honest, but I remember this as a cool and immersive moment.

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