@Tzunoy 3 games in 12 years is milked? Could I borrow your dictionary please?
People CAN write about games that haven't been recently released, you know.
They gave the 360 a B- too.
Wah, anyone who doesn't agree with me is childish and stupid, but I like people whoa agree with me, you guys rock. -.- Yeah, we can so totally see who's immature here.
It's still the best for me, though the other two are ALMOST as good.
I have played all three mass Effect games, read all the novels, read all the comics. I've finished the first two games four times each and am on my second playthrough of ME3. Hell, I've even played the iOS game. So I'm pretty deeply invested in the franchise. I love the franchise like hell, and like all other hardcore Mass Effect fans, I have a deep emotional attachment to all the characters. Now that that's out the way- I agree that the ending could have been...
Excellent post. I agree absolutely. I mean, I actually thought the ending was a great send off to the game. It may not have been as good as I thought it'd be, but it was good nonetheless. People have taken this BioWare and Mass Effect hate a bite too far- it's disrespectful. I mean, the developers work three years on an excellent game and this is how the fans respond. THEY SERIOUSLY EXPECT A PATCH. And they'd also expect BioWare to release it for free, and they'd also expect i...
*facepalm* This is the stupidest campaign ever.
If this is a troll attempt, I must say, it's not a good one. If you're serious... well, then something is wrong with you. -.-
Same here! For me, it's right up there with Mass Effect 3 and BioShock Infinite. Looks brilliant!
After Brotherhood and Revelations, I was kinda scared that Ubisoft wouldn't be able to make AC3 as revolutionary as AC2. But those geniuses have struck again. This game looks awesome.
It is :-/
^Nope, it's a different OS that SOny has built ground up for the Vita, afaik.
That started airing very recently. Until a little time back, Vita really did have zero marketing.
Horde mode only, afaik.
I think the Lvl. cap is 60 again. Not sure. But it's definitely more than ME2, because characters level up a lot faster than in ME2.
The dialogue options were cut down by BioWare on purpose, since this is a demo. ME3 has over 40,000 lines of dialogue, so you need to worry about that. :P As for the framerate hang ups, I think that's just your system, because the demo ran like a dream on my Xbox 360, both in SP and MP. There were a few glitchy shadows, but I guess we can attribute that to the fact that this is an early build, and the technical hiccups will be fixed in the final version of the game.
ME2's intro was epic on a very personal level. This is more Star Wars-epic. On a huge scale. I guess it boils down to personal preference.
It's a joke, stop taking it seriously. :-/
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