Episode #18: Our Favourite Podcast on the Citadel

Join us for a deep-dive on the Mass Effect series, where we reminisce about our most memorable moments of the original trilogy and look ahead to Mass Effect: Andromeda. [Recorded March 11th, 2017]

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Featuring:
Merve
The Kappa
Ben
BannerThief

Editor:
The Kappa

Timestamps:
0:15Introductions
5:05 – Project Sonic Watch 2017
12:25 – Why We Like Mass Effect
22:05 – Voice Acting in Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and Other Games
38:10 – Mass Effect DLC
47:30 – The Ending -sigh-
53:15 – The Citadel DLC
56:30 – Mass Effect: Andromeda, Pt. 1
1:11:40 – Combat and Multiplayer in Mass Effect
1:20:30 – Memorable Moments from Mass Effect, Pt. 1
1:31:50 – Kai Leng and the Mass Effect Extended Universe
1:38:25 – Memorable Moments from Mass Effect, Pt. 2
1:49:45 – Mass Effect: Andromeda, Pt. 2

Download Link: https://archive.org/details/avocadogamescast_ep18

Linkdump after the jump. Warning: This podcast contains spoilers for the entire original Mass Effect trilogy, including DLC.

Introductions (0:15)

Project Sonic Watch 2017 (5:05)

Why We Like Mass Effect (12:25)

Voice Acting in Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and Other Games (22:05)

Mass Effect DLC (38:10)

  • Stolen Memory is the name of Kasumi’s DLC in Mass Effect 2. (Source: Mass Effect Wiki on Wikia)
  • Correction: Bring Down the Sky takes place on an asteroid called X57, not the Moon.

The Ending -sigh- (47:30)

No links here. Thank God.

The Citadel DLC (53:15)

No links here.

Mass Effect: Andromeda, Pt. 1 (56:30)

Combat and Multiplayer in Mass Effect (1:11:40)

Memorable Moments from Mass Effect, Pt. 1 (1:20:30)

Kai Leng and the Mass Effect Extended Universe (1:31:50)

  • Shamus Young’s blog.
  • Citadel villain Maya Brooks is indeed in the Mass Effect books. (Source: Mass Effect Wiki on Wikia)

Memorable Moments from Mass Effect, Pt. 2 (1:38:25)

Mass Effect: Andromeda, Pt. 2 (1:49:45)

  • Theory about Cerberus returning in Andromeda. (Source: Flakfire on YouTube)
  • “Milky Way” is actually a very old name for our galaxy, translated from the Classical Latin term for it, via lactea. (Source: Wikipedia)

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