So during my ME2 playthrough the other day (Paragon Male Adept. Going through the series again in preparation for Leviathan) I encountered an odd little glitch. It seems that after coming back from the mission, neither Garrus nor Miranda were interested in going back to the crew deck. Instead, they started to follow me around the Normandy....
(Goddamit, even when the game is glitched, Miranda SOMEHOW manages to get her ass into the camera angle...)
Oh and here is a quick progress update on the Lego ME projects. I'm still going over ideas but I have made progress with a Cerberus ATLAS mech. (Was planning to do a UT-47 Kodiak, but found the design too awkward to work with.)
Here is the ATLAS completed upper torso section:
The cockpit can be opened, as ingame. The blue sections denote where the arms will go. And no, this is not meant to be anywhere even close to being to scale with the lego people. I had the choice of either making the ATLAS too big with lots of detail and accuracy to the ingame model, or correctly sized with less accuracy.
See, if I read this in a medical magazine or saw it on the news, "Scientists hypothesize dextro-based life form physiology.", I'd be okay with that. But that this is on BSN, the lair for many Tali-lovers, and keeper of bizarre threads, I'm a little bit frightened.
There was some guy who wrote an entire essay on how "ME2 has the worst plotholes in the history of gaming" and anytime someone would point out something wrong with his reasoning he'd instantly try to discredit the person criticizing him.
Besides that, some of the ME3 Retake crowd is fucking nuts. Currently about a third of the forum fanbase is pleased with the extended cut with the rest of them still being vehemently against it. I think some of them were demanding handwritten personalized apology letters from the Bioware staff at one point.