The first series currently worked on is: “Line of Sight: Infiltrator“
I love my job. But it can be very exhausting. Sometimes I need something to distract me enough from the many thoughts whirling around the many projects at work. Computer games a a great way to do so.
In January 2012 I got Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2 for my birthday. It took four hours to create a character, move around the Normandy SR1 the first time, and to finally touch down on Eden Prime. I was completely awestruck.
Now, nine years later, I have played through the trilogy, I got Mass Effect 3 for my birthday in 2014, several times with all classes. Being a member on Nexus Mods, I have massively modded all three titles. No, I am not a mod creator, not any more, but a heavy user of mods, which enhance game play and graphics.
In late 2020 articles about a possible Mass Effect 4, and a definite Mass Effect Legendary Edition emerged. I neither have the hardware to play these on, nor can I afford buying new games at the moment. But these articles were heavily commented, and many of these comments were about the nostalgia of the “Good ol’days”.
As I was about to do my final run with a fresh Infiltrator in Mass Effect 1, a friend of mine convinced me, that it might be a good idea to film this. I could then make my playing of the original trilogy available to all those who miss the games, but have moved on, and simply do not have the time to install three games and play them through again.
So, these Mass Effect Videos are for you, guys!
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With your support I can safe up money to buy better equipment. This will result in higher quality videos that get published more frequently.
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What’s cutted out from the Mass Effect Videos?
All videos have reduced elevator rides, only news and conversations are left in. The regular videos do not show character and equipment upgrading, buying and selling of equipment, and map navigation. Also certain areas are not shown in the regular videos.
Patrons with at least the “Members” level will get access to the uncut versions of the regular videos, including commentary on many of the otherwise cut out parts.