Wow so if an ending is bad I'm just supposed to imagine the rest to make it better. Gee and I thought that's what I paid for, a complete game not a incomplete game that I imagine the ending for. I wonder why Bioware didn't put at the end "now imagine what happened"? Although they did put a prompt in saying there would be DLC coming.Raesvelg said:/twitchLadyTL said:A Little text and dialogue doesn't make them different either. The endings after the choice are almost exactly the same. Shepard dies the same way, the Normandy ends up in the same cutscene the same way, the battle on earth is shown the same way, the crucible explodes the same way, the mass relays end up the same way. How does adding a different color give you a different ending?
Did you not stop to think about the ramifications of the different endings, or did you just buy into the whole self-righteous ragefest surrounding the BLARHGHLEL RED BLUE GREEN nonsense?
Seriously, if you can't figure out why a.) destroying all synthetic life forms, thus clearing the current slate while leaving the table open for the sort of synthetic revolt that would destroy all organic life (and the fear of which led to the creation of the Reapers in the first place), b.) Shepard becoming the new god-king of the Reapers apparently, which seems all peachy-keen except that one doubts it's as simple as the Reapers just doing whatever Shep wants without protest, and what happens if Shep gets tired, or dies, or w/e, and c.) combining all forms of life into a new hybrid technorganic paradigm, whether they like it or not, are different endings, then maybe you should stop playing video games and focus on material more at your level.
Like "See Spot Run".
Your interpretations are fine for your character playthrough of Shepard. Mine however would have said F off to the whole thing and let the armies fight it out. That however was not an option so none of the endings made sense to how my character was played.
Oh by the way, nice ad hominem attack, really helps your point. /s I did move on though to material more at my level since Mass Effect 3 proved to be too poorly written for me to consider playing it again. I've got a nice stack of books from the library I'm working on. Real writers after all know how to finish a story. Bioware has shown they do not.