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What Far Cry 3 Needs Is An Indoctrination Theory

GR - "In early 2012, an enterprising set of video game fans thought that the narrative of one of their preferred games didn’t make sense, so they constructed a version that did. That game was Mass Effect III, and their theory, the Indoctrination Theory, supposedly smoothed over many of the flaws in ME3’s terrible ending. “It didn’t suck, because it didn’t happen!” Unfortunately, they had the wrong game. The easiest explanation for Mass Effect III’s enraging ending was simply that it was tacked-on and add too much to the game’s mythology."

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iamnsuperman1269d ago (Edited 1269d ago )

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Through out the game, it gave hints at the ending being a very Fightclub mixed with Sucker Punch style ending with Vaas and Brody. The ending is poor and random and what made things worst were the hints to that(the ones I have just semi described) style of ending. Vaas shouldn't have been killed off so early and once he was gone the tone changed.

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aliengmr1269d ago

No it really doesn't. Indoctrination theory was the psychological breakdown caused by ME3s fail of an ending. Nobody really cares if FC3's story sucked.