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Mass Effect 3's standard edition has reversible female Shepard cover art

While I'm still waiting for my mulatto, Hispanic Shepard to get some cover art love, Joystiq today reported that Mass Effect 3's standard edition will have a reversible cover featuring a female Commander Shepard.

As seen above, FemShep, as she's so adorably been nicknamed, is kinda pretty, in a I'm-totally-not-attracted-to-her-because-she-is-a-game-character-but-also-because-I'm-a-soon-to-be-married-man-and-we-get-in-trouble-for-saying-stuff-like-that kind of way.

BioWare has said in the past that it intends to feature more FemShep in Mass Effect 3's marketing, and well, I guess giving her a reversible cover is one way to do that. Right? No? In any case, I'll be honoring FemShep this March not only by reversivizing my cover, but I'll more than likely be playing as her as well. Why, you ask?

Why, she's voiced by the lovely Jennifer Hale, of course.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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