Meer took to the stage initially in the company of his Mass Effect co-star Raphael Sbarge. This led to the opening question of how many in the audience had allowed Sbarge’s character Kaidan to die. A majority of hands were raised to Sbarge’s amusement, including Meer’s.
Asked if he ever guessed that Mass Effect would have such a large cultural impact, Mark discussed his previous work for Bioware on titles such as Baldur’s Gate and how this had made him aware of the quality work put out by the studio in addition to being a gamer himself. But the success of...
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