- Aug 30, 2010
yeah, this is why i havent, unlike in the last 2 mass effect games, played through the story more than once. different reasons however, its more like... i know how the story ends, one way or the other, we pull it off. i spent 100+ hours over 3 games doing everything i could so that i would have the best chance i could to win, and i did. i tied up just about every loose end there could be before moving on from each game, so the story of Shepard, MY Shepard, has ended.Sniper Team 4 said:I feel your pain. I own both the PS3 and 360 versions of the game, and while I got all the trophies for the PS3, the ending just made it so I couldn't get those last achievements on the 360. Knowing that none of your choices matter in the final moments of the game just kills the entire trilogy for me too. I don't feel the weight and dread behind the choices anymore.Gizmo1990 said:Despite my hatred for the ending (for me the EC just turned the Shit into polished shit) I was never one of the super angry, bat crap crazy people as I loved the rest of the game. However I have tried to replay it twice now and I just cannot do it. The ending has actualy managed to suck out the enjoyment for me. For all 3 games. Something about knowing that all the epic stuff you do will end with a magic space kid telling you a bunch of bullshit that makes no sense has ruined the whole series for me.
Bit pissed of about that so I will give it a miss.
I wish I could be as excited about this as I was about Mass Effect 2's DLCs, but I just can't. My forces can already stomp the Reapers, and knowing that this 'traitor' Reaper will only increase a number on the table and not change anything else just kills it for me. Adding Zaeed and Kasumi changed the ending to Mass Effect 2. This will not have the same effect for me. I'll still buy this and play it, but for the first time it will be for the trophies and achievements first, and storyline a distant second. And that kills me.
(sorry if this is a double post. Got an error message the first time I tried to post this)
i could start up a new one, but ive gone through mass effect 1 thrice now, and the story isnt that interesting anymore, since i know how everything plays out. and for mass effect 2.... well i could go back to that one because i never got any of the post story dlc, but my GOD is it jarring to shift back to the ME2 combat system from either of the other games.
anyway, long story short (and boy were these games a long story), i might go for this dlc, but i might not. depends on how i feel about starting up a finished story again