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  • CoruptAI125 - March 23, 2012 10:17 a.m.

    It's amazing how many so called "journalists" come out with opinion pieces when they clearly state in their first paragraph that they don't even know what the root of the problem is. How can you come out against something when you have no first hand knowledge of what it is? Bioware clearly lied about what the ending of this game would entail, and it comes off as a rushed mess. It's a consumers right to complain when a product doesn't live up to the promises made by it's creator. Also good job calling fans egotistical when you write an opinion piece on something you have clearly not researched or experienced first hand just so you can get a piece of the controversy.
  • Craza - March 23, 2012 11:04 a.m.

    I have to agree with you, too.
  • TurtleAssasin33 - March 23, 2012 10:16 a.m.

    You know, the fact that he hasn't seen the ending is irrelevant. He has a good point, if we can all bitch and moan when we don't like something in the story of the game, why do the writers have jobs? it isn't our job to be their editor, they are telling a story, and we're actively listening. If you want to hate on ME, go on ahead, but in my opinion Bioware needs to put its foot down, and realize this was their creation, not ours.
  • wicko - March 23, 2012 10:23 a.m.

    You're operating under the assumption that its gamers vs Bioware. What proof do you have that writers on the team don't feel the same way? From my experience, developers don't agree with each other. Happens all the time. Some people have more say than others, and even if an idea is unpopular, it might get pushed through anyway. For all we know, there could be writers at Bioware that *want* to change the ending.
  • HeavyTank - March 23, 2012 10:26 a.m.

    What the crap are you talking about? How is it irrelevant? If you want to write about something you have to at LEAST have some idea about what it is. And the endings were so bad because they were confusing, inconclusive and also rather lazy. It doesn't matter if it's "their creation" or not, if something's bad, it's bad, and the paying customers have the right to complain. I don't know if they're actually going to change it or not, but that's besides the point. The point is that they should at least admit that they could've done a better job. Goddamit, you work for Bioware, that means you have some serious talent.And they used that talent very well for the whole duration of the game...what happened in the end, did they ran out?Or maybe the deadlines were choking their creativity?
  • db1331 - March 23, 2012 10:12 a.m.

    "I don’t know what the ending of Mass Effect 3 entails..." Guess I don't need to read your opinion of the situation then. One of these statements is true in regards to the ending: 1)They completely shat on the entire series in the final 10 minutes with some of the worst writing I've ever seen in any form of media and lied to fans about not giving them all the same ending. 2)They wrote a brilliant plot twist around indoctrination and saved the real ending so they could sell it as DLC. Both of those are unacceptable, although I'm not sure which is worse.
  • Nova MZ - March 23, 2012 10:11 a.m.

    It comes down to more than having a terrible ending. Bioware have lied to us during the development and ended up giving us an ending that they said they would not do. Why bother telling us something if you don't plan to deliver. Quote from Casey Hudson "It’s not even in any way like the traditional game endings, where you can say how many endings there are or whether you got ending A, B, or C.....The endings have a lot more sophistication and variety in them.” That's the biggest problem with Bioware on ME3, the lies. I mean, look at this thread on the Bioware Social Network
  • HeavyTank - March 23, 2012 10:07 a.m.

    I'll try to be as polite about this as I can: if you haven't seen the ending, shut up and let the people who have complain.Seriously.You can't write an article about something you don't know.
  • ParagonT - March 23, 2012 4:23 p.m.


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