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What we want from Mass Effect IV

How do you follow an act like the galaxy's most high-stakes game of three-card monte? Apparently by completely starting over. BioWare has long insisted that Mass Effect 3 marked the definitive end of Commander Shepard's story arc, regardless of whether you picked the green pill, the red pill, or the blue pill.

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colt-of-tipton947d ago

I know people generally don't like prequels but i think it would be cool if the next game showed the first contact war when humanity first fought the turians.

Danniel1946d ago

As a more action focused shooter? Because the first contact war lasted about 2 days and there isn't alot to work with there

Maybe the Rachni war would be better?

Hellsvacancy946d ago (Edited 946d ago )

Real space exploration, not just a point and click galaxy map, I don't want to be human either

I hope Martin Sheen is back aswel, he's a great voice actor, he's one of the reasons I like the ME games so much

Dirkster_Dude946d ago (Edited 946d ago )

The main issue I have with Mass Effect 3 was the ending. No matter what options were given to affect our character I believe the ending threw all that away and nothing mattered, which was the reason why so many people were mad at the ending. If they do plan to keep the game in the Mass Effect universe I don't think any prequels will work because there is too much lore that is already considered canon. It would be difficult for all the cartoons, books, short videos to be honored and it would risk destroying the fabric of the universe that has been created. You can only go forward. In addition if they decide to give you similar choices in the next Mass Effect game they need to avoid giving a choice at the end. The choices you make need to lead to that end, but not a final choice that essentially appears to undo everything. Also, a cameo appearance by Sheppard in recordings if hundreds of years in the future or make her a General or Admiral so your character can be advised going into the next generation. You would do this for continuity. Both Star Wars and Star Trek have been successful with this tactic because it gives you more of the universe to love and how it relates to what you already know. Other than Sheppard's ship every race flew on there own ships and sort of worked together as allies. Only at the Citadel did they really come together. What if they acted more like in Star Trek where every race in theory serves in a Starfleet like organization? Finally, with the current menace out of the way you could have a race from outside the galaxy be the new enemy. They never bothered you before because of the Collectors.

tigertron946d ago

I want a sequel with Shepard back after the destroy ending which I consider to be canon.

Primal Rex946d ago

An ending thats not rubbish

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