Bioware has betrayed us folks. I may get my money back and not buy. Apparently all 7 endings are shit. No such thing as happy ending... All bad and worse. Not gonna give spoilers, details but to put so much time into these games since 07 and have it end like shit.. Really sucks bad.
This was leaked by a script and people who have game. I understand war has no happy ending but does it have to be that depressing? It's ****ing Shepard we are talking about. Let me just say one thing. You better have both a Paragon and Renegade save file because Renegade for example will NOT have access to the Paragon endings.
If this is not a legit leak.... then forget this rant... but I'm truly worried about it after putting so much into this series.
One ray of light is that one of the first reviewers of the game said.....
"No loose ends or cliffhangers, this game is truly an appropriate end to the trilogy with a very touching and intense finale".
Last edited by Clippersfan86 : 03-01-2012 at 04:23 AM.
I imagine they'll use DLC as a way to "further" an ending that'll satisfy fans.
Which is unfair. Why charge when they could of simply written the fu**ing DLC in. All I know is on the Bioware forum... the thread of them ripping Bioware for this leak is now almost 210 pages. Bioware is going to lose thousands of fans if they don't address this immediately. Many people are canceling their orders.
Last edited by Clippersfan86 : 03-01-2012 at 04:40 AM.
Fiasco I think you were right all along about Bioware selling out . Before sh*tty EA bought them... they would of never shafted fans like this and had such a bad plot/game in Dragon Age 2 (in eyes of most people although I liked it mostly). It's crazy how once a big company like EA gets a hold of a company.. how they stop listening to fans as much... and it becomes all about the money.
Casey promised a "happy" ending as recent as this week.. yet MULTIPLE people that have played the game said a happy ending doesn't exist and even "bittersweet" is too kind of a word for all the endings.
Last edited by Clippersfan86 : 03-01-2012 at 04:59 AM.
Well that kinda makes sense. I mean, how else could ME3 deliver an "ultimate ending" if Shepard doesn't die in the end? If he were still alive, it would leave room open for more speculation and desire for another sequel (which they aren't going to do).
My point was... part 2 of trilogies are usually bridges. They aren't going to be the strongest in the way of plot. If you don't like that example look at LOTR where in Two Towers it was about getting reinforcements and preparing for final battle (just like Mass Effect 2). It was no doubt the least plot rich movie of the trilogy.