X360A: In the first of three Mass Effect 3 post-release features we look at the five main things that made us fall in love with Mass Effect 3.
Diana Allers. What a completely redundant character. She asks you a total of 6 questions throughout the game. I mean what's the point of her. You can romance her but with Liara and Tali about who'd want to. At least James Vega was a worthwhile addition. The tattoo scence made me laugh.
I don't understand the outrage with Diana Allers. She's completely ignorable. If you don't like it, don't allow her on your ship.
Exactly, she is so redundant as a character I wanted to ignore her. Considering that characterisation is Mass Effects strongest point I don't expect to find a character that weak. Even though they're incidental I still regularly visited Gabby and Ken. In any case your logic is flawed. How would I know she was completely useless until after i'd completed the game at least once?
@Pintheshadows If you wanted to ignore her, why didn't you? Even if you let her on your ship, you could still ignore her. Besides Traynor mentioning her name a couple times, Allers is pretty much nonexistent. I just wonder why people are bitching about a character that can, at worst, take up very little of their time. As for your final point, it doesn't take a genius to realize she probably isn't that important. She's a character (poorly) modeled after Jessica Chobot and contributes a whopping 5 points to your military strength. What did you expect?
Lol, James is terrible. He's a jersey shore looking, vato sounding stereotype. I wish I could go through the game without interacting with him.
I didn't even notice her truth be told... playing renegade has some perks too (I just shut her up and she never showed up again) ;)
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