Mass Effect Andromeda's Smiling Asari Is Ridiculously Happy

None Of Us Will Ever Be As Perfectly Happy As Mass Effect Andromeda's Smiling Asari

Video game technology has made some amazing advancements over the last few years. Those advancements have given us exhilarating action, fantastical new worlds, and also the smiling Asari who appeared for approximately two seconds during EA's Mass Effect Andromeda hype reel.

I mean, look at her.

None Of Us Will Ever Be As Perfectly Happy As Mass Effect Andromeda's Smiling Asari

She sees you. She knows you. Like, really knows you. She knows every bad thing you've done, and she forgives you for all of it. She loves you anyway.

Of course, her happiness is fleeting.

None Of Us Will Ever Be As Perfectly Happy As Mass Effect Andromeda's Smiling Asari

We should have known that kind of joy could never last. This life is cruel. Eventually, someone will point a weird knife thing at your head and ruin everything.

All most of us can do is hope that we will experience a moment one tenth as peaceful as The Smiling Asari From The Ultimately Sort Of Disappointing Mass Effect Andromeda Hype Reel. That hope will see us through.


Comments

    How do we know she is smiling out of happiness? Maybe she just dropped a silent but deadly fart in an elevator and some other passenger with a keen sense of smell who had been having a bad day just snapped and pulled a knife.

    Never understood why people are so obsessive about Asari. That sexy new Normandy though, did you see those curves?

    I really regret clicking on this

    That is the creepiest thing I've seen in a while

    Video game technology has made some amazing advancements over the last few years. Those advancements have given us exhilarating action, fantastical new worlds, and also the smiling Asari who appeared for approximately two seconds during EA’s Mass Effect Andromeda hype reel.

    I really hope one of those advancements is better hair.

    That's incredibly creepy. I feel like any moment she's going to unhinge her jaw and then open wide to reveal a yawning abyss of eternal non-existence just waiting to consume me.

    sooo... an Australianism for a male is "inappropriate"?
    Any Whooooo
    look at the Jaw line.. its too angular to be a Milkyway Galaxy Asari (Depicted as Women)
    but it could be the long lost Male Asari from the Andromeda Galaxy.
    Maybe the Asari Race Came from the Andromeda Galaxy?
    or the Males Ran off..

      or maybe, just maybe Asari have different shapes and sizes like most every living creature, and maybe a jawline isn't necessarily something that defines gender?

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