Originally Posted by jameschisholm
What is so terrible about the ending of ME3? I don't want anyone to spoil it for me, in case I actually buy it, my friend loves the game?
The ending is terrible because they said that it would have a lot of possibilites, and it didn't. They said it "wouldn't be A, B, or C", when in fact that's exactly
what it was. They said your choices from ME1 and ME2 would effect the ending. They don't. At all.
Originally Posted by steelbom
So... there is a good ending? I jump through all the hoops and make sure everyone lives and I save everyone I can (like that space creature thingy in #1, the queeny thing), so maybe I'll give the game a shot.
There's no good ending. There's 3 total, and the only
difference is the coloring.
Originally Posted by Zero4549
Actually, money in this case is being taken away from Amazon, not Bioware.
Additionally, all this will "teach" Bioware is that gamers are whiny ****s who cant stand their protagonist failing to live up to unrealistic expectations. They'll make sure every game in the future ends with your main character blowing up every single enemy in the galaxy with the power of sheer will, and a big parade in which you are crowned the eternal god of happyland.
Meanwhile the game will still be full of game breaking technical problems since no one bothered telling bioware that that is something that needed fixing.
We all knew it wasn't going to be a happy ending. That's not the issue. The issue is that the ending was exactly what they said it wouldn't be. Stupid.
Originally Posted by RussianGrimmReaper
Why not? If those fascist pigs at Disney can have happy endings, why can't BioWare?
Dragon Age: Origin had an option for a happy ending, and it was still a great game. The Warden could die saving the world, or he could live. It depended on your choices, and ME3 was supposed to be the same way. In many ways, the two games premise is the same. Make allies, gather an army, stop the unstoppable.
DA:O is still one of my favorite games. If only it got a real successor.