"Shepard Commander... the Geth only acted in self defense after the creators attacked... do we deserve death?"
That line in the nightmare scene sends shivers down my spine.
By the way, I think I fixed my internet but no guaruntees, and i'd only be able to stream for about another hour
You guys want an hour of Ding Dong Shepard or should I just wait till next week?
Listen to ME 1 2 3 soundtrack on loop while playing multiplayer.
Just bought the Legacy soundtrack (those unused Mass Effect 2 songs).
God it's great.
Look what I found.
Someone made a rap from Lankist's MS paint adventures. I forgot i saved it and it came up on my itunes shuffle.
The game just does so much right.
Apologies if this has actually been found before, but i found these in the MP objectives_special folder.
Holiday event stuff, the easter one should be soon so i guess we'll see. There's a christmas/birthday present too but i forgot to take a picture of it.
And i found these too in the regular objectives folder, perhaps new/scrapped MP objectives? I'm pretty sure i haven't played a round involving bombs or a supply drop or canisters but then again i've not played anything other than bronze and one game of silver in which me and my friends got our asses kicked, so for all i know they could be used on gold/silver.
I'm sure I found that third one, the one that looks like a bomb, during one of my sessions.
Walters was directly responsible for PLOTTING horizon, and the collector ship and blowing up shepard to begin with, so you can't collectively assign dumb where it doesn't belong.
Giving you nothing else to do =/= Giving a sense of urgency.
Also, Mass Effect 1 was somewhat linear, but with Mass Effect 2 you could pretty much do story missions in whatever order you wanted, at whatever times you wanted, all the way up until the last part of the game.
I wouldn't say 'The game is fun so I'll play it again' is replay value. Replay value refers to having other things to do. If you do one walkthrough as Renegade Shepard and one walkthrough as Paragon Shepard you're basically done. There certainly is NOT a 'staggering' amount of variation in the overall narrative. The classes feel different, but they're the same as they were in 2, so provided you played 2 to a decent degree, you probably have all of the classes down. Even if you didn't, you can just play Multiplayer in 3 and get a feel for them.
I get "but we might need them later" feelings from those models
And, in my opinion "The game is fun so I'll play it again" is ABSOLUTELY replay value. Linear games like Half-Life, Call of Duty or Portal play out -exactly- the same way every single time, but they're a hell of a lot of fun to run through again. Replayability, in my opinion, is ANY reason to play the game again. Simple as that.
There is absolutely no sense of punishment in Mass Effect 3 from how hard they baby the player. Even if you intentionally ruin peace treaties and such, or lose a ton of squad mates, you can still easily get the best ending without trying very hard.
They'll be used somehow for challenges during Halloween, Valentines day, Easter and <insert native Holiday that involves fireworks>.
I think you and I will have to agree to disagree.