This is not so much of a review as a me re-stating that I did not feel that this extended cut was really needed for the end of Mass Effect 3. But some angry fans demanded it and Bioware caved in to the pressure, and guess what? Those fans? STILL NOT SATISFIED. Which is about what I expected.
According to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), the ending of Mass Effect 3 was NOT misleading. Yes, this is obviously still news. A lot of angry fans filed complaints, but in the end, the ASA deemed that Bioware did not mislead its customers with false advertising.
So I finally managed to finish Mass Effect 3. Yes, I took my time. I’m one of those players that has to explore every single quest and every single dialogue option. I feel I get my money’s worth this way and by completely immersing myself in the wonderful story that Bioware has put together, I’m more invested in the game for doing this.
Bioware has really embraced the female version of Commander Shepard with Mass Effect 3 and I, personally, could not be more thrilled. Another trailer entitled “Take Earth Back” has been released with what is soon to become everyone’s favorite video game character.
Only one word can be used to describe this brand new shiny Mass Effect 3 Official Launch trailer: EPIC. So I’m going to go wipe the drool off around my lips and attempt to patiently wait for March 9th when the game hits stores (yes, I’ve pre-ordered it).
We’ll have Mass Effect 3 in our hands in just a few short weeks and Bioware is busily teasing us with all these wonderful trailers. Check out this one, appropriately titled “Take Earth Back.”
After G4TV posted a photo of Mass Effect‘s male Shepard getting smoochy with what appears to be Liara, I started searching for something to represent Female Shepard. Because there just isn’t enough of her, right?
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