Buzz Aldrin & Mass Effect
Buzz Aldrin, Sc.D. (born Edwin Eugene Aldrin, Jr., January 20, 1930) is an American mechanical engineer, retired United States Air Force pilot and astronaut who was the lunar module pilot on Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing in history. Mass Effect is a series of sci-fi action role-playing video games developed by the Canadian company BioWare and released for the Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows and, from the second installment on, also for the PlayStation 3. The first game in the trilogy centers around a player-created character named Commander Shepard and his/her mission to save the galaxy from a race of mechanical beings known as the Reapers, and its followers, including Saren Arterius./5
Thought: in Mass Effect... Do you think the skywatcher's grandpa (voiced by Mr. Buzz Aldrin) told the kid about the sex Shepard had?
Buzz Aldrin voices the male Stargazer at the end of Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut (If The Crucible Is Used)
Buzz Aldrin did a voice in Mass Effect. DON.
Buzz Aldrin was a voice in Mass Effect 3. That is your awesome fact of the day.
I thin it's safe to say that Mass Effect 3 is the only project that will ever involve both Buzz Aldrin and Freddie Prinze, Jr.
at the end of Mass Effect. The story guy is voiced by Buzz Aldrin. Just for your info.
Mass Effect 3... Really has a terrible ending. It's not just the hype... I don't agree with "changing" the ending, but you do need more closure... With that said... BUZZ ALDRIN with the last minute cameo?! Loved it!
Just saw that Buzz Aldrin voiced a character is Mass Effect 3... huh...
::SPOILERS:: What is every one so angry about? The relays getting destroyed? The relays getting destroyed is a moral of the responsibility that we have as humans to use discipline with what technology we create or, in Mass Effect cases, we stumble upon. To quote Ian Malcolm, we can't wield power like a kid who has found his dads gun. We have to learn our own way. The irony is that technology, the thing that makes us human, is what is taking away our humanity. THAT is what the ending is about. Or at least one of the MANY things the ending is about. I don't know about any of you, but the after the credits scene touched me in ways that a video game NEVER has. Buzz Aldrin talking about the past, doesn't it make you want to understand more about the universe? OUR universe? Tonight, you should go out side and look at the stars and say "I want to travel to them one day" and Mass Effect is the inspiration to that. It's this generations Star Trek. Or Dune. And this ending gave that to us. It's the best ending that ...
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