• Mass Effect 3 extended ending bringing back voice actors
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Cant wait to watch these [sp]on youtube[/sp]
Now with brown and pink endings!
Fuck yeah Lance Henriksen Along with Hugo Weaving his voice is pure distilled orgasm
You know you're bad with game endings when you have to re-do it and release it as DLC [QUOTE]personalized outcomes[/QUOTE] more colors [QUOTE]"Usually, when a guy loses the game, the game shuts down; it's over. It's done," he added. "The players don't like that."[/QUOTE] [B]what[/B]
I don't get that either.
If there's no Garrus I don't give a flying fuck.
[QUOTE=latin_geek;36041001] [B]what[/B][/QUOTE] Leave Lance alone, he's not hip like the young kids :(
I'm really glad there is a DLC, like, I'm ecstatic they're changing it up But I'll just watch this shit on youtube. I know it's just gonna be 3 new slideshows or whatever.
While you're waiting for some slides to go on YouTube, [b][url=http://shannon.users.sonic.net/masseffect/]try generating your own.[/b][/url]
They're gonna add a color picker.
[QUOTE=ijyt;36041502]If there's no Garrus I don't give a flying fuck.[/QUOTE] Guess what: [url]http://social.bioware.com/forums/forum/1/topic/355/index/11956535/1[/url]
It's a real shame they deviated from Drew Kershaws planned ending but I think there was more wrong with the game than just the end. The game spends a lot of time wrapping up the stories from the previous games (as it should) but the main story is severely underdeveloped there are only a handful of conversations throughout that add anything to the Reapers fiction. The main focus of the game ought to have been on discovering how to defeat the Reapers, with Cerberus and galactic unification being tangential rather than the pretty much the whole game. I also feel they just uncovered the Crucible way to soon then never bothered explaining anything to do with it. Interested to see what this adds but I wonder if this can salvage what was to me one of the weakest, disappointing and nonsensical endings in any medium.
I bet it won't even be a patch, it'll just be a new version you'll have to buy.
I didn't like how in ME3 they used character death as a drama device and to tie up lose plot points. That's just terribly cheap writing. Character death should be used in small doses as to not lose impact, and should be crucial in such a way it actually drives the story forward and leads to relevant character development. Like Eli in HL2. You know that death will have a huuuge impact on several characters and the status of the Resistance he led. People will be forced into completely different roles, plans will have to be revised, characters will develop completely differently, with different motivations and goals in mind. Meanwhile in ME3 the Cutscene Stupidity Virus is running amok.
[QUOTE=Qwerty Bastard;36042802]I bet it won't even be a patch, it'll just be a new version you'll have to buy.[/QUOTE] Didn't they already say it was going to be free?
[QUOTE=Qwerty Bastard;36042802]I bet it won't even be a patch, it'll just be a new version you'll have to buy.[/QUOTE] Its free DLC.
[QUOTE=OpethRockr55;36042314]Guess what: [url]http://social.bioware.com/forums/forum/1/topic/355/index/11956535/1[/url][/QUOTE] I give all my fucks, both flying and terrestrial.
They said they wont change anything. They've failed right out of the gate with this DLC. I'll still give it a go but I'm not expecting anything.
[QUOTE=JgcxCub;36040982]Along with Hugo Weaving his voice is pure distilled orgasm[/QUOTE] misterrr annnnderrrrrrrsson
[QUOTE=Mericet;36042040]While you're waiting for some slides to go on YouTube, [b][url=http://shannon.users.sonic.net/masseffect/]try generating your own.[/b][/url][/QUOTE] lol that's sad this gave me more closure than the actual ME3 ending.
[QUOTE=Mericet;36042040]While you're waiting for some slides to go on YouTube, [b][url=http://shannon.users.sonic.net/masseffect/]try generating your own.[/b][/url][/QUOTE] [quote] Excerpted from The Normandy: A Study in Heroism Accounts of the Normandy survivors are unanimous in crediting Garrus Vakarian with many of the settlement's crucial early successes, including the establishment of reliable security countermeasures against the planet's numerous natural threats. The limited availability of dextro-protein food stores was immediately understood to be a serious survival issue. Vakarian reportedly subsisted on starvation rations from the very first days of the settlement. Vakarian insisted, however, on continuing to perform perimeter patrols, to share in the heavy building, and to supplement the crew rations by hunting—although he himself could not eat the food he provided. Though severely malnourished at the time of rescue, Vakarian was among the first of the survivors to give interviews and release his story. FCC News partnered with Vakarian to produce both a well-received documentary (The Last Days of the Normandy) and an infotainment segment "based on the true story of Garrus Vakarian." A subsequent action-adventure spinoff aimed at children, Archangel vs. the Reapers, is entering its seventh season and has inspired a successful line of clothing, toys, and collectible action figures.[/quote] Now I have a gigantic grin on my face that wont go away.
I still haven't even gotten through half of it.
i can't wait for this dlc comE SOONER i hope to see my mass effect resolved properly
My estimate is that this DLC will not solve the problem at all. I'd love to be proved wrong.
If they just went along with the whole indoctrination theory, they would be able to dig themselves out of this massive hole they've dug. Shame they are being so stubborn to preserve their ~~Artistic Integrity~~
[QUOTE=Hellborg 65;36054788]If they just went along with the whole indoctrination theory, they would be able to dig themselves out of this massive hole they've dug. Shame they are being so stubborn to preserve their ~~Artistic Integrity~~[/QUOTE] Vendetta was able to detect that Kai Leng was indoctrinated. He was totally fine with Shepard. Sorry.
[QUOTE=Hellborg 65;36054788]If they just went along with the whole indoctrination theory, they would be able to dig themselves out of this massive hole they've dug. Shame they are being so stubborn to preserve their ~~Artistic Integrity~~[/QUOTE] They changed the ending from the one Drew Kapshyrn had originally intended (which made a hell of a lot more sense). They have no right to say that they're preserving their "artistic integrity".
[QUOTE=Xenomoose;36057572]They changed the ending from the one Drew Kapshyrn had originally intended (which made a hell of a lot more sense). They have no right to say that they're preserving their "artistic integrity".[/QUOTE] Karpyshyn's ending was even worse, in my opinion. The Reapers annihilating organics and forcefully integrating them into their forces to stop the spread of 'dark matter'? How the hell does that make any sense.
[QUOTE=Gordy H.;36057815]Karpyshyn's ending was even worse, in my opinion. The Reapers annihilating organics and forcefully integrating them into their forces to stop the spread of 'dark matter'? How the hell does that make any sense.[/QUOTE] At least you don't have [sp]Mass Relays exploding for no reason and Joker abandoning the battle, also for no reason, only to get stranded on some random planet. It also means that if Shepard decided to blow off the Reapers that would actually mean that all of his/her choices would matter in the long-run, and have far-reaching consequences, provided that the races of the galaxy managed to stop the dark matter problem.[/sp]
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