In an age of often middling motion comic projects, it'd be easy to dismiss something like Dark Horse's interactive Mass Effect 2: Genesis comic as BioWare's more cost-effective alternative to a series of pricy cut-scenes summarizing the events of the first game. Joystiq's somewhat beefy preview of the game's new downloa
Having already had a "mass effect" on the Xbox 360 (*Haw!) some months back, the sci-fi videogame hit Mass Effect 2 is now headed to Sony's PlayStation 3 with more than 6 hours of bonus missions and an "interactive comic" from Dark Horse Comics. Is it a motion comic? A digital comic? Part of the game itself? Dark Horse had no official comment when we asked them, but one thi
"Mass Effect" is everywhere. Whether it's the upcoming video game sequel or the recently launched comic book series from Dark Horse, it's clear that people are digging on the adventures of Commander Shepard, the hero - or heroine, depending on your initially chosen path - of the science fiction franchise.
Now, Shepard and a variety of other characters from the "Mass Effect" series - including