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There are many small changes to the remastered Mass Effect Legendary Edition. For example, a minor NPC from a side mission in the first game named Elanos Haliat, who was originally given a human model by mistake, now appears as a supposed Turian.
Another change that the Internet is more likely to start is that the photo of Tali, the romantic engineer who would have been one of the most popular characters in the trilogy, now has a different face.
In the first two games, only the vague details of Tali's face were visible because of the helmet she wore to protect herself from disease (really, an example for our time). Even after relating to Tali, his face was not clearly seen until a scene in which Shephard takes a framed photo and remembers. In the original version of Mass Effect 3, that photo was a Photoshopped image: "attractive woman in the field smiling at sunset." Fans hoping to see something a little weirder and a little less bought at Getty Images showed their disappointment.
And now, in the legendary edition, even though you still don’t see Tali’s face anywhere else, at least the photo has been changed for something that leaves a little more of her appearance in your imagination and looks so much more strange. I mean, I’m not about to play the series in the Tali romance instead of Liara for that, but it’s one thing.