The ending needs closure.
I have low expectations for the new ending DLC.
Summer seems far away. This whole thing seems to be put into limbo indefinitely...
Honestly, they should have instituted the effects of choice into the gameplay, and not in some epilogue they're doing now.
Let's take the Death March, for instance:
So let's say Shepard gets up after getting hit by Harbinger and picks up a pistol with ~7 rounds in it. He will need about three rounds to defend himself (two husks and a marauder), one round if he wants to shoot the Illusive Man (otherwise you NEED to talk him down, or it's game-over) and three more rounds if you want to pick Destroy.
Now, up the stakes through *gameplay.* Let's say some husks are beating on whatever squadmates you chose to bring. You effectively have four rounds to spare, so let's say two husks per squaddie. You can save them or leave them behind and complete the mission. If Wrex is alive, he and a couple of krogan will charge the line and rescue Squadmate A. If the Geth are alive, some primes will drop in and rescue Squadmate B. If Jack and her students are alive, they can hit the husks that attack Shepard from a distance. Etc. etc.
This way, you need to *prioritize* shit. Are you going to let your squadmates die to save your ammunition for the Citadel, or are you going to risk Game Over to save them? If you made a perfect-run in the game and pretty much everyone is alive, then you don't need to fire a single shot. If you were ruthless, you gotta be ruthless here to survive. It's not a perfect scenario, but it's a lot goddamn better than "limp a hundred yards and then die."
op. beachhead intro card thingy just came up for me in mp
wow another +25% xp so exciting
[h2]So I made a trailer for the upcoming stream[/h2]
Lemmie know what you think
I made the trailer, but the Burt Reynolds scene was 100% Jake's idea
Alright, so I'm about to go into the final mission but my readiness is only 50% and I don't want to play MP to boost it. Are there any tools/apps that can boost my shit?
Because when Sovereign said it was true, which simply illustrates how completely fucking clueless you are. In ME1 the Reapers were the only ones strong and smart enough to stop Dark Expansion, which is why the line exists in the first place. That Mac Walters can't understand the plain english Karpyshyn wrote is HIS problem, not ours, and it shouldn't have become our problem either. Your defense of laugh out bad writing is going to be little recompense to the people who are going to be out jobs in a couple of years.
I gotta Love Gamefaqs users when they rage about the endingGamefaqs User posted:
Stupid request, but I unfortunately started the final mission on Rannoch, only realizing after that in order to perform the paragon option to save both fleets I had to first do the other Rannoch mission where you defuse a bomb or save a quarian squadron or whatever. Is there anyway through console command for me to halt the mission and revert back to the Normandy so that I can first do the other one (my last save before the mission is 10 hours back and I really don't feel like replaying it all)?
I don't think that's possible, however, you could download a save editor and make it so that it appears as if you've done the aforementioned mission.
For instance, had they completely explained the Reapers and neglected to show the results of Shepard's actions, while unsatisfactory, they would have given enough information for the ambiguity to lead to more interesting places.
Contrarywise, had the results of the adventure been concrete and clear (Shepard saves the galaxy, we are told what happens to all of the characters, etc.), the motives and means of the Reapers could have been left ambiguous and open for speculation.
The latter is the route they SHOULD have taken. The Reapers are a force of nature. We do not need to know why they reap, only that they must be stopped. Hell, they don't NEED a motive. They work just fine as an embodiment of arrogance and hubris, so sure of themselves and whatever they decide to do that they simply wipe out entire civilizations because they can. Now THAT'S scary. That there's something out there so beyond us that they don't even recognize us as lifeforms, but simply as playthings subjected to the whims of the masters of the cosmos.
Liara baby inbound:
that child did not earn the n7 rank that is a violation of alliance dress code
Aww, she was already so cute and she was only 30 years old.
Finally got all the characters for MP, feels good.
thats sort of how a business works.
perhaps you consider buying games from a certain company to be some manner of tithe, but the rest of the world considers it a choice that can go in the opposite direction on any whim.