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Mass Effect 2 Cover On Smithsonian Spring Calendar

Posted on Wednesday, March 14 @ 13:09:48 Eastern by



I'm still not sure whether The Illusive Man is looking at the star or Miranda's ass. Either way, he's admiring the view.

In yet another step toward video games being considered as interactive art, no matter how much Roger Ebert writes paragraph after paragraph not understanding it, the Smithsonian America Art Museum has featured this opening shot in Mass Effect 2 on its 2012 Spring Calendar. Ads plastered about the DC area likely made Mass Effect 2 fans squeal in public.

We should comment, though, that BioWare is a Canadian company, which leads us down the treacherous road of whether the Smithsonian American Art Museum refers to North America or The United States of America. And whether BioWare counts as an American company now that it's owned by EA. And whether something made by BioWare is truly Canadian if it's made in one of its studios in America

Also, Miranda speaks British English and Martin Sheen is really Ramón Antonio Gerardo Estévez. And I am, oh my God, Chinese American. See? It's all a conspiracy. The Reapers are coming.
 

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