Does the latest multiplayer trailer for Mass Effect 3 hint at the possibility of space warfare against the Reapers?
Well way back when they were starting development for ME3, and they were releasing "the lair of the Shadow broker" DLC. they said that the next game would involve the player using the normandy in a more aggressive way. Which is why people thought that when you pilot the little hover car, that would be the rough version of piloting the normandy. I have always hoped that, I could use the normandy in more ways than making it my sexy time pad/ private taxi/ massive load screen place. (yes i prefer the elevators with people talking than stupid load screens, didn't break the immersion for me). Anyways, this could just mean that area is Reaper controlled area. BioWare said that the player would have to do somethings to avoid being detected by the reapers in reaper space. I'm slowly starting to get back into a bit more excitement going into the game. Maybe because i'm finally seeing more ads and stuff for the game.
I want play as a Geth. I almost cried when Legion died on my first play through of ME2
That would be a pleasant surprise. For some odd reason reading this has made me want to play Homeworld so that's what i'm going to do.
I wouldn't mind actually being able to fly the Normandy instead of a tiny model of one over a galaxy map.
I didnt read this article, Know why? Yesterday I learned that mass effect 3 will include quarians in the multiplayer. That was the last piece of the puzzle to determine if i really wanted the game. And to make the game as enjoyable as possible, I think ile avoid any cool rumors :)
It's painfully obvious that the screen showing "space warfare" is a mission select screen. shameless article trolling
It's the Galaxy Map, dingus. Mission select screen. You've obviously never played a Mass Effect game before if you can't recognize that.
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