I am not sure I can say anything about the Liara T’Soni statue that Wundergeek hasn’t already said. I am utterly shocked by it and in no way does it remotely represent anything we’ve seen of the character in the Mass Effect games.
I admit, Liara was my blue lesbian lover in Mass Effect 1 (who I did stay true to during ME2, which means no relationship achievement for me) and the dialogue you had to go through to reach that point was cringe-worthy to say the least. Yet when I replayed Mass Effect, which shaped my Shepard for ME2, I still chose go down the same route since I really dig Liara.
She was incredible in her role as information broker in Mass Effect 2, and Lair of the Shadow Broker was amazing. While being presented as pretty weak in the first game, her transformation after the death of Shepard (oh shush, it happens during the first five minutes of ME2) turned her into what is probably my favorite character in the series (together with FemShep and Tali’Zorah). Finding out how her and Shepard’s relationship will evolve during Mass Effect 3 is a big reason why I look forward to it.
But that statue? No. A thousand times no. Please Bioware, step in and end the madness. Show that you have some form of pride when it comes to the brilliant characters your writers have created.