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|04-26-2012 12:51 PM|
|Robmoo||If you choose to destroy all synthetics including EDI and the Geth Shepard is not atomized and you get a scene where essentially he takes his last gasp.|
|04-25-2012 02:36 PM|
There is an ending where Shepard survives as I understand it, although it's more of a cliffhanger than a happily ever after. Check one of the sites that shows the diff endings.
|04-25-2012 02:33 PM|
Good game. I'm just disappointed that the descisions one made during the trilogy had no affect on the ending besides the affect of having adequate war resources. I'm not surprised there is no option for an ending where Shepard survives considering. The theme is very biblical. The world (galaxy) needs a savior. That savior has to die in the end that so that the world (galaxy) can be saved.
|04-25-2012 01:18 PM|
Anger is one thing and is perfectly valid. I never said it wasn't. People are entitled to feel however they want about whatever they want so long as it doesn't affect anyone else. But a class action lawsuit? Complaining to the BBB until BBB decided it was false advertising (due to critical mass I expect, not because this is something that ought to be refundable) and retailers were giving out refunds to all the crazies who'd bought it around release and felt they deserved a complete refund on account of the ending? Check online about it. That specifically is what I'm referring to. People en masse who played the game to completion demanding full refunds for games they opened, played all the way through, and activated bonus content on. It wouldn't surprise me if those same tools then go back and buy used copies for cheap. I mean the point is, if I enjoy playing a game for 40 hours or whatever and the last 5 minutes suck, I'm really not going to care and I'm certainly not going to join in on some Mass Delusion that I somehow deserve a refund. Not liking a game's ending isn't a valid reason to scam retailers and devs.
|04-25-2012 08:45 AM|
|04-25-2012 12:10 AM|
|rippedbuff||AWesome 3D action- RPG ... great multiplayer too... similar to Borderlands or Halo -RPG... well worth $30|
|04-24-2012 11:03 PM|
Not really. If you only look for them after you've eaten 15 courses, you have NO business complaining. At best, they might offer a discount or some free drinks or something, which coincidentally is exactly what Bioware is doing. They're throwing on some bonus DLC to try to make their difficult customers happy. I think it's asinine for anyone to return a game they play to full length because the ending doesn't agree with them. Unless they were legitimately only playing in story mode and not RPG or action, I don't see they have cause to complain... and even then. Think about it. It's like returning a boxset of books after you opened them because you didn't like the ending of the last one... after you read them all and the covers are obviously worn. "It ruined the whole series for me!" Boohoo. I'd like to see these people try to return an opened movie or tv set they bought because "they didn't like the ending". I don't think any stores would allow that for a simple reason. It's stupid. You enjoyed the rest of the series, opened the thing, and watched it, maybe even made a copy of it. It's ludicrous. People skirt their ethics by telling themselves it's not the same thing, but just look at it as if it were any other type of media and you'd see how crazy it is. It's mob mentality, plain and simple. "Let's get together and take something free because we feel artificially wronged."
|04-24-2012 10:57 PM|
|JasonS17||Damn it, decided to bite the bullet. I never spend this much on games except for Blizzard products.|
|04-24-2012 10:47 PM|
|LuManChu||Thanks OP! In for 1.|
|04-24-2012 09:39 PM|
|zeeshansyed||I believe ME3 is not worth $30 at least to me. I'd buy it for $20 but $30 is a bit stretching it.|
|04-24-2012 09:35 PM|
|04-24-2012 08:30 PM|
|QuestorJones||Did they ever solve the black/blank screen of death?|
|04-24-2012 07:39 PM|
select amazon as the seller
|04-24-2012 07:37 PM|
|Mystearica||Showing me that the ps3 deal is 48 bucks >...<|
|04-24-2012 07:17 PM|
I think that's partly because ME1 didn't need one. It was before the hook n' sinker EA scheme to sell people a portion of the game and the rest as DLC. ME1 only had a few minor DLCs so no one would've bothered to pay for it. ME2 had some reasonable DLC (that arguably should've been included in the game), but like others said the late PS3 release w/everything included precluded that. I think it's possible they could do some kind of battlechest with all 3 ME's, but remember the extended cut ending isn't coming out till the summer and I doubt they'd be releasing it w/o that and other DLC content, so I'd say maybe BF/Holiday season as the earliest if they do decide to do one.
Of course that depends on whether there's enough interest in the market at that point. It seems like there's a very focal subset of immature players who care way too much about a game that they wholeheartedly reject it on account of a minor perceived failing. I've never played games for their "solid endings". Gameplay gets repetitive after a while in most games and I'm usually glad to be done and moving on to another game most of the time.
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