Sounds like a bug in that case.
Sounds like a bug in that case.
He gave me the mission, I walked away for a second, and when I came back I was able to tell him that I saved his planet. Needless to say I was fairly confused.
So I've been sitting here and a few things popped into my mind.
Firstly the reapers live in dark space, and in the past they've always gone Citadel > Lock Relays > One system at a time.
Now assuming that the Prothean empire was much bigger than known space in ME1/2/3 what lies beyond the relays the Citadel Races never activated? And are the reapers going to go after systems connected to them?
Now Mass Effect is set in just one singular galaxy right. What if there are reapers in other galaxies?
And I was also playing ME1 and thinking about it, Liara mentions about how you (shepard) have just taken in a single Prothean's experiences, memories, bias. And that her brain would take time to get around it. What if everything we've done has just been Shepard still unconscious?
Wow they actually tried to explain the change over to thermal clips when I was talking to Conrad. Conrad's got the right idea.
Where can I find the Kakliosaur Fossil and the Cerberus Ciphers? I can't find them anywhere
I dunno, call me a big baby, but that hurts
Wonder if we'll get another video like this for the endings
Shit. I missed the Cerberus Ciphers on a mission. Now I can't complete it.
I can't stand watching the flashbacks in the end.
I wish they did an entire movie out of their cinematics.
While playing I hoped that, in the final assault cinematic, you'd see all the different squads/armies you had collected over the game on the battlefield. Example : that volus bombing team. It never actually appeared anywhere or was spoken about.
I think the main problem with the endings is that they can't be explained.
At the end Shepard comes face to face with his/her ultimate enemy - the StarChild. This entity it is explained is the mind behind the Reapers, their creator, their God in a way. This entity believes that there is a danger in every civilisation that they will create a race of AIs that will destroy the galaxy, bringing chaos to the order. To stop this happening this entity has wiped out every single sentient species the galaxy has ever seen over millennia, turning them into the Reapers, controlling them, bringing order to their existence.
This entity is ultimately responsible for the deaths of an unimaginable amount of intelligent life forms because it believes that Organic and Synthetic life forms can never get along. this entity is trying as we speak to it, to wipe out everything that Shepard holds dear - his friends, his love, his home, everything, even Shepard himself.
Faced with this entity, this creature, what does Shepard do? For the first time in his existence he gives in. He does not argue, he does not threaten, he ignores every single part of his being and agrees with his ultimate foe that the extinction of sentient life is OK because of something that may happen. He meekly accepts the choices laid before him for the first time in his life and asks no questions, offers no counter argument.
Why that happened there can be no explanation for. Unless the writers were drunk, in a rush to finish things off or just really bad at endings because they nailed every single other part of the story.
Yeah read that too. Complete character assassination is correct.
"Throughout the whole trilogy, my Shepard was a champion of free will, choice, and cooperation."
Then suddenly dude breaks and fucks up
as much as I hate dlc i'm contemplating getting Javik, is he worth it?
I know i'm probably late on this one, but goddamn, I just got this moment in my game (where Garrus and Joker joke around) and i laughed out loud at the last one. In case someone doesn't know:
vanguard on insanity - only way to play.
accept no substitutes.
I was hoping for something at the end with Javik. Specially considering he was supposed to be the last voice of the Protheans, and his mission being to have the last thing the reapers hear be a Prothean voice.
am I the one of the people that think that
sacrificing yourself to control the reapers was the only, "good" ending? I mean.. If you control the reapers, and you know that the mass relays got completely fucked over. What do yeah do? I mean, you can rebuild them... Right? Seeing as you control them.
From Ashes isn't really worth actual money. Just look up his conversations on youtube. They're interesting, but very much non-critical.
even if you couldn't use them to rebuild the relay network, you could just let people hitch rides on the reapers themselves, seeing as they can travel between systems in less than a year.
...hell, it doesn't even really matter if you die in the control ending. You could just have someone clone your old body then indoctrinate the body to come back to life.