Gage Cloutier of ButtonMasher.tv reflects on his experience playing Mass Effect 3 throughout the week of release.
How much did EA pay you to give this game a perfect score??? To be honest if Mass Effect 3 is a solid 10 then Mass Effect is 15/10 and Mass Effect 2 is 13/10
They paid us with a good game.
Also, I should note, read the last paragraph of the review. Clearly you didn't read it, and you only looked at the score.
There are still people making quips about reviewers being paid off? Opinions are subjective. Just because you think the game doesn't deserve a 10/10 score doesn't mean that nobody does. edit: intended for Awesome_Gamer
Thank you for your open-minded perspective. Not only did I pay $60 for my own copy of the game, I paid $80 for the Collector's Edition. The review was typed solely on a voluntary/hobby basis.
Great game, best in the series. And again just like the review its my opinion and everyone else has the right to click on the two insignificant buttons starting with A & D
Fantastic game so far. Long game, too. 13 hours in and I feel like I haven't scratched the surface.
Oh man, look at some of the comments about this game over the past week. People wonder why no one cares about gamers that constantly complain about everything. It's just funny.
This game is getting perfect 10 everywhere, too bad there are 10-15000 frustrated teenagers, who spent their last cash on Disneyworld, and can't stop whining because of a dlc. Instead of having a great time playing me3, they go to the forums, disagree with everybody who tells them the truth,Ile they have been paying and paying and paying, for some new maps on cod, for live gold subscription.they are fu..ked deeply by many studios, everytime, but because of a dlc, they post on forum, thinking the society,the whole world and bioware care about their complains, their 1/10 reviews on metacritics, and their tears. Bad news guys, nobody gives a fuck about you existence in this unfair world. Come on, save a little money, you too will be able to buy that dlc, and the game. Bioware will sell about 8-10 million me3, even if you kids don't sleep during 3 months and write pages and pages, on forums. I'm playing me2, I think I will finish it in about 10-15 hours. Then, I will have another 50,60, maybe 80 hours of happiness, on me3, since I like to do all the missions,look at graphics,listen to news,NPCs,etc, to really enjoy every pixel bioware created. I really hope me3 won't be the end, and we will have a me4, on ps4 or x720, with 300 hours of gameplay, incredible graphics and voices, etc etc. Come on dlc whining kids, you just need to not eat those 2 or 3 Donald or mickey icecreams, and there you have, you can pay your dlc, and stop whining. 10$.... please God,use your powers and give those kids 10 years , so they become adult, and also give them... 10$. Thanks.
It's a pity bioware didn't release a big special edition, for 150$, and a 30$ dlc. Paying only 60$ +10$ for a dlc, for a game like this, that gives us at least 40-50h of gameplay, its almost a crime.
The only criticisms I have with the game are: - Lack of conversation branches with NPCs(think Kasumi and Zaeed from Mass Effect 2). - Lack of dialogue choice. - Side missions are only found on the Citadel. - Side missions mostly consist of fetching items by scanning a planet or picking them up during a main mission. Aside from the main quest, there is no real space exploration. Still a very good game, but not a 10.
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