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Old 06-24-12, 12:59 PM   #86
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Default Re: Official Mass Effect 3 Thread

I just finished the game myself. Not sure why everyone is complaining about the ending. Could it have been a little better? Sure. But it made perfect sense to me... you just had to read into it a little bit. I don't think it was bad, it just pissed me off a litttle / made me a little sad. Perhaps thats why everyone is mad... they wanted a traditional "Happy Ending". But I kind of enjoy the darker aspect of the ending, even though in the grand scheme of things it was the best outcome. Looking back it was really the only outcome you could have been faced with (without giving it away, I did have the best ending choice you could choose). Overall I enjoyed the game, although I think ME2 was the pinicle of the series in terms of character development. I wish they had more of that in ME3. I enoyed the missions on all games but ME3 had the best "resource management". I enjoyed only having to scan a system and then goto the planet then to aquire the object or asset. The thing I hated the most on ME2 was scanning the damn planets.
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