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Submitted by pojut 1134d ago | opinion piece

Dissecting Mass Effect 3's ending

Living With a Nerd writes: "In a world full of choices, sometimes we have no choice; nevertheless, we still have to try all the same. That’s what separates the true heroes from the common soldiers." (Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

00  +   1134d ago
Space magic.
palaeomerus  +   1134d ago
In a game about making choices that have real consequences not having much of a real choice in endings is a kind of defect and failure.
pojut  +   1134d ago
Would you call life a defect and a failure, then? Because no matter how good or bad you are, the end is the same for everyone.
Cajun Chicken  +   1134d ago
I really enjoyed this article and I thought it was an incredible ending anyway.
ArchangelMike  +   1134d ago
I honestly don't get it. I thought the ending was fine. And I still had a choice, 3 to exact. What am I missing?

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