Now you can roleplay a Mass Effect character for real - BioWare is letting two fans voice NPC roles in the upcoming Mass Effect Andromeda.
BioWare has released scripts for the minor characters and invited Mass Effect fans to share recordings of themselves giving their best performance.
Entries will be judged on voice, performance and a match to the Mass Effect franchise style. Winners will then be provided with transport to a BioWare recording studio (in either London, LA or Edmonton, Canada) and put up in a hotel while the part is recorded.
The first role is for a character named Jordan Tate, "a smart and talented indie documentarian eager to give the real perspective on life in Andromeda" who chats with main character Ryder.
The other is an unnamed "Tough Mercenary" who can be heard discussing the difficulties of life on the new space frontier.
BioWare is keeping information on Mass Effect Andromeda on lockdown until November, when we expect to hear a whole lot more on the franchise's annual N7 Day (7th November).
The game did pop up last week at Sony's PlayStation Meeting - albeit through a fairly lacklustre tech showcase demo.
For all the information gleaned from leaks to date, here's everything we know so far about Mass Effect Andromeda.