I know, I know. I’m fixated on Mass Effect 2. Well, this tends to happen to me. I start in on a good RPG, and I’m just stuck there until I finish. In other words, you will essentially know what I’m playing at all times based on my posts (mainly).
I also have a side note / confession to make to everyone. This is truly, truly horrible. Prepare yourselves, folks –
I still haven’t bought Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening.
Okay, now that the gasps of horror are pretty much over, I know you’re all thinking to yourselves – and this girl says she’s in love with BioWare?! How dare she do them the dishonor! It’s true. I feel awful. I really want to get DA:O-A (whew, what a mouthful). I just haven’t yet due to my distraction with ME2.
Speaking of which, has anyone noticed the presence of a rather odd, Richard Gere-inspired item in the game? I think it’s cute that you can buy fish for your fishtank (but dammit, do they die quickly…) but the Space Hamster really intrigues me.
Has anyone determined if it does anything more than peek out of its hidey-hole and then dart back in timidly? While adorable, it doesn’t really serve a purpose rather than being somewhat amusing.
UNLESS…unless this is really a…creepy indication that our Commander Shepard is rather lonely. Lonely and willing to try a Richard Gere maneuver with a hamster. It’s rather gross to dwell on, even by Polish the Console standards.
If you’re wondering, the kiosk description of the space hamster is really what gave me this idea. See the incriminating image below.
By the way, you may also note in the picture below that the cost to purchase said space hamster is 7,666 credits. That’s a mighty hefty price for something that just plays coy and peeks out at you occasionally. This seems like it could qualify as a ‘companion of the night’ price, if you get what I’m saying. *wink, wink, nudge, nudge*
Anyone else get this weird vibe from the space hamster? And dammit, how do you keep those fish alive? (besides treating Kelly Chambers kinda like the space hamster and getting her to do it)