Help, I went cross-eyed after the second mission!
Just pretend your character's name is "Herp-a-Derp Shepard" for the remainder of the game ;) In all seriousness, though, I'm really not too sure. The glitch is caused by being in proximity to someone. Shepard looks towards that person, but for whatever reason one eye stays focused forward, or is looking in another direction. I've heard that standing behind someone actually works, but this glitch hasn't actually happened to me (yet) so I can't vouch for this.
If you have gone cross eyed you might want to stop playing video games and consult a physician...
^The asker is referring to his Shepard. Anish
Yes, well, when I read the title I wasn't too certain either. I mean, it's been two days since release, and I can well imagine some have been playing non-stop. In that case, cross-eyedness, boss-eyedness, lazy eyes or conjunctivitis are among the more likely outcomes I would expect. I recommend laying off the 'puter ('sole). That, or buy new eyeballs on the black market. :-) As for your Shepard, I really don't know. But I'm sure a fix is gonna turn up in a few days. Until then, just pretend he's gone cross-eyed from the strain, or that he's finally blown a fuse and gone craaaazzyyy!!!126.96.36.199 08:40, March 8, 2012 (UTC)
Yeah, still not fixed, I even started a new Shep. My husband mocks me every time I play ME3... I think this kinda ruins the game for me.
- Wow, it's been like 4 months since then. That's really odd. 188.8.131.52
Yeah, I don't know if it's something to do with my console or what, but suddenly my FemShep gets lazy eye or something, and it doesn't matter on the shape of her face or anything. As it's mostly in cutscenes, I have no recourse to fix it in play.
Certain eye sets in the player creation cause problems, sadly the ones with the most glitches are the ones that look natural for most people. If you've tried all sorts of combinations, and even the default model has the same problem you may have a problem in the actual game files on your disc. EA's tech support would be your best bet to consult on this. (although they are pretty much worthless)