Mass Effect

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Nick Hood
Varren, Mass Effect's version of (attack) dogs, are frequent enemies throughout the series and must be killed to proceed during missions.
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Are there bugs?
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nepetaleijon14
There are ethereal beings that have ghostlike qualities to them.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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lkuntz
Yes, the Mako frequently crashes, and is completely destroyed in the end via crashing
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nepetaleijon14
No deaths of children are shown on screen, though it's possible that they may have died in the background.
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nepetaleijon14
Matriarch Benezia, a mother of one of your crew members, is required to be killed. There are other references to parents dying through the game and series.
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Corellon
Kaidan (confirmed to be bi in the third game) is one of two characters that could die on Virmire.
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nepetaleijon14
There are frequent sequences involving alcoholics, including a plot-integral one at Chola's Den.
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Nick Hood
During a side-quest on the Citadel, you are tasked with talking to a woman on the brink of suicide. If you pick the wrong things to say to her, she shoots herself in the head.
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lkuntz
In the game, a type of alien called Krogan are affected by a disease that causes only a few babies to be able to hatch. While it isn't exactly miscarrying, I would consider it similar enough to warrant a caution to anyone sensitive to miscarriage.
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wesleythomasm
A political attache is addicted to a drug that, while not outright banned, is tightly controlled. He begs Shepard to use their Spectre status to get him an advance on his next ration. He can be talked into getting himself straight, however.
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nepetaleijon14
Saren, the main antagonist, is possessed by the Reapers.
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Corellon
One of the main plot missions is to destroy a facility with a nuke. One of your crewmembers might die from it.
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wesleythomasm
One sidequest involves a consul who asks Sheperd to abuse their authority to get him an additional dose of a mind-enhancing drug he's taken his allotment of. Sheperd must either do so or talk him into getting off the Sapho.
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wesleythomasm
The game is a third-person shooter/action RPG
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lkuntz
Yes, but not about different specific groups of humans. The hate speech in Mass Effect is done by or about aliens, making bigoted comments about other aliens, including humans as a whole.
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lkuntz
Aside from a strip club, the only sexual content you're going to see is if you choose to pursue a romance. An all cases, the only body parts shown are butts. You will never see a nipple or genital in Mass Effect 1.
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