Mass Effect Sushi Restaurant now has products you can enjoy outside of the Citadel
Shepard has already destroyed the place in the Citadel DLC, so might as well risk it again with fancy plates.
If you’ve played Citadel DLC, Bioware’s best add-on for Mass Effect 3, then you already know Ryuusei Sushi. This is the fancy restaurant where Shepard dines with his crew, then subsequently destroyed in a shootout with CAT6 enemies. Now you can have a little piece of Ryuusei for yourself as the Bioware store sells a very real and very breakable sushi set with the restaurant logo on it.
During Shepard’s tumultuous shore leave, you’ll briefly enjoy an expensive meal before a fight that will blow up all of Ryuusei’s glass floor and claim many casualties. The messy encounter becomes a bit of a running joke throughout the mission, and Shepard’s teammates will grieve them at every opportunity for the destruction of a beloved Citadel meeting place. It’s a pretty memorable series of events, especially noteworthy as one that made us all laugh, and now you can order your own Ryuusei dinnerware set which includes a plate, a sauce dish, a bowl and a pair of chopsticks.
It’s $ 35 for the set, which seems a bit pricey for a place serving “authentic European sushi,” but the Bioware store is full of things that go beyond your typical mug or poster. Mass Effect’s product selection includes such accessories as N7 dog accessories, an Afterlife bottle opener, Garrus plush body pillow, and even a towel set for Mass Effect’s wet blanket, Kaidan.
You can go ahead and order the sushi set now, and choose to smash it all again in real life or keep things a little more civil this time around. In Mass Effect 3, many of your team will have some nonsense to say after Ryuusei’s destruction, but it’s Tali telling you about his dramatic urge to dine there. In a hilarious back-and-forth, the Quarienne will end its dismal story of how it’ll never get away, “and then – you broke their floor.” As Shep points out, there isn’t even any food there, Tali can eat.
Bioware is keeping Mass Effect alive with its recent remaster of the trilogy, but is not yet done with the series. At last year’s Game Awards, EA and Bioware announced that Mass Effect will continue with a new project in the works, one the studio is currently hiring.
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