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honestly, if you create something, and dont believe you can do better, or that something could be improved. you fail at life.

Giving your own product a perfect score is about as biased as it can get, and is showing that they truly dont care about the product. Because you know what was cut, and what didnt materialize in the product you wanted.

I wont even be buying DA2 at all now, it was going to be budget purchase, but ill skip it and everything from bioware all together now.

Just imagine how streamlined ME3 is going to be now. When an enemy is in view on your screen, press A to shoot, no need to aim.

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We decided that aiming wasnt really conductive of good gameplay, by allowing them to shoot enemies anywhere onscreen bullets home in on their own, we can keep the gameplay fast and enjoyable, without hassling people with the frustration of missing a shot.

Also we decided that to streamline our RPG dialogue system even further, people were confused by having 3 choices, and not knowing what those choices actually say, as they didnt always represent what was truly going to be said by clicking it. So we have cut out the alternate dialogue choices in order to minimize confusion.

We have also streamlined our level design and will use the same level for the entire game, along with the same enemies. Playtests show that it allows customers to familiarize themselves with the level layout, direction they need to head in and enemies they will face in combat. This also allows us to focus more time on our dialogue system and combat systems, making them even more enjoyable.

All in all Mass effect 3 is our greatest RPG Ever, a perfect 10 out of 10

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The shocking thing is not that this happens, we all know it does, like EA says its normal not just in gaming its normal in everything from fizzy drinks to stair lifts for the elderly and everything in between,

Only shocking things is A getting caught and B the fact anyone even cares

as for DA2 I would say 7.5-8/10 the story and combat are great but it lacks a certain epicness caused by it all being based in a single city. I think they could have done themselves allot of favours by making it feel more spread out as it is it feel pretty cramped
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