GB: "There’s no denying that Mass Effect 3′s ending has numerous, very significant flaws. But from a personal standpoint, if you have invested time in the series, you can’t help but feel a little teary at the end."
You guys are early.
People CAN write about games that haven't been recently released, you know.
I liked the ending. I didn't however like all the ''injured limp walking'' way too much injured limp walking.
Yeah, yeah I know. Well written btw.
It really wasn't that bad of a ending (think ac3s was technically worse). But it was easily one of my most disappointing endings. I just expected so much from it (because ME is one of my fave series, and Bioware said many, MANY things before launch regarding the ending that just weren't true in the least.) In AC3, I really didn't care too much about the real world story with Desmond, so I wasn't bothered by the amount of sucking the ending had.
It was that bad..
I actually thought it was fantastic.
It is actually THAT bad.
Just played through ME1 and that ending still gives me goosebumps even though I've seen it 10+ times. I get the opposite feeling when I played through ME3, like an awful gut rot feeling. IT IS THAT BAD.
what annoyed me about the third game was the narrative, while it was more akin to the first the whole conduit saga seems to have vanished from the mind everybody who was in the first game. Only to be continently replaced by the catalyst. mass effect 1 was never about the ending although it was good,it was about the journey. mass effect 2 made the same mistake in that you played the game really for the final mission. BIOWARE go back to treating your games likes journeys not a means to an end.
The ending was pretty inconclusive. But it was emotional and it made me feel for the characters. It made me think. People generally love this in independent cinema. I was surprised it had so much hatred. Oh well. To each their own.
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