BioWare sticks true to their patterns by making us overwhelmingly want for every crumb they drop our way, especially in regards to those illustrious Mass Effect trilogy remaster reports. The Mass Effect trilogy, which ended in March 2012 (but never in our hearts), continues to be a reigning staple in the RPG world. With Commander Shepard – the undeniably strong hero facing tremendous odds, companions that burrow their way into your heart, and a storyline that is as epic as the characters brought into it – BioWare gave a true gift with this epic franchise. If you’re a hardcore fan like I am, you’ll be excited to find out that the original trilogy cast is reuniting for a special N7 Day panel!
Jennifer Hale brought the iconic Commander Shepard to life as the female version of our beloved protagonist, and she couldn’t wait to share the good news about the crew reuniting once more:
Both male and female Shepard actors will be in attendance with a few of the BioWare folks alongside Grunt’s actor with Steven Blum, Ashley Williams’ actress with Kimberly Brooks, Kaidan Alenko’s voice with Raphael Sbarge, Jack’s Courtenay Taylor, Samantha Traynor’s Alix Wilton Regan, Legion’s DC Douglas, Mordin Solus’ William Salyers, and Liara T’Soni’s Ali Hillis; everyone’s favorite little blueberry.
The reunion is an exciting time for fans that miss the old crew. Sad that Joker’s Seth Green won’t be in attendance, nor my beloved Garrus Vakarian, but this reunion will be one for the books as we celebrate the universe and the epic tale of conquering the Reapers.
N7 Day is a day of celebration. Some years it has just been a community spotlight with art and cool sales on gear, while other years have been rife with announcements and special reveals. We know that BioWare will be revisiting the Mass Effect universe once Dragon Age 4 is further along, but maybe, just maybe, we’ll finally get that trilogy confirmation we’ve been lusting after.
Any special plans for celebrating N7 Day, Mass Effect fans? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below!
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