BioWare wants your feedback again, this time for a prototype figure of Mass Effect 1 squad member and romance option Liara T'Soni.

(She was an NPC in Mass Effect 2 and later the focus of a DLC add-on.)

Japanese toy maker Kotobukiya has interpreted the asari character in a bishoujo way - a Japanese term that refers to young and pretty girls.

Kotobukiya's Liara T'Soni holds a space pistol at thigh level, causing her upper-arms to squeeze her breasts together. She seems pretty happy about it.

"Let us know what you think of Kotobukiya's Bushoujo statue of Liara! Your feedback will help shape this beautiful prototype! Keep an eye out for the pre-order announcement," the blurb on the Mass Effect Facebook page reads.

BioWare used similar Facebook fan-feedback to decide which appearance the default Female Shepard in Mass Effect 3 should have.

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