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Submitted by geeniusgee602 492d ago | news

BioWare considered charging for the Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut DLC

Games developer BioWare considered charging for the Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut DLC before it was released in June 2012 says BioWare community lead Chris Priestly. (BioWare, Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

tigertron  +   492d ago
That doesn't surprise me, it would have really sent the fans (me included) over the edge.
zeal0us  +   492d ago
I've done what I done after I finish ME3, moved on.

Bioware, oh how the mighty have fallen.
fossilfern  +   492d ago
Its not just the ending that bothered me it was the whole game, I dunno why they stll insisted in calling it an RPG. ME2 was very loosely an RPG but ME3 was just a shooter IMO.
mep69  +   492d ago
I couldn't even be bothered to download that. I'm not day oneing any bioware games anymore.
cleft5  +   492d ago
This is one of those bits of information that Bioware would be better off keeping to themselves. There is such a thing as being to honest.
Aloren  +   483d ago
There is also such a thing as being fired, which is precisely what happened to Priestly. Maybe that's why he's suddenly so honest.
Mr_Nuts  +   492d ago
I wouldn't of paid for that, I mean the extended cut in my opinion was terrible. Just added small non moving scenes and other small things to make it less crappy. You can't polish a turd you know.

If it was a proper DLC going off the Indoctrination Theory where it picks up where Shepard is waking up from his Indoctrination after he has been hit with the laser and we have a massive battle to make sure the galaxy survives adding hours of more gameplay THEN I would of happily paid for it.
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MestreRothN4G  +   492d ago
Actually, you can...

http://www.youtube.com/watc...
FanboyCrusher  +   492d ago
Yeah that would have went over well.
Roccetarius  +   492d ago
@fossilfern, it's quite obvious that they were catering to different audiences. Instead of improving on ME1's shortcomings, they removed things entirely.

I still consider the first game the best, even though other people (who started with ME2) thinks otherwise.
baldulf  +   492d ago
I didnt even wanted it for free.
VTKC  +   491d ago
lol they sure do try hard in trying to get people to hate on them.

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