- Dec 24, 2010
I'm sure someone has brought this up already, but what happened to #6? I feel like there's some information that was omitted by Alex.
Well, if Molyneux was involved he would be saying that each ending is so different it will be life-changing for the player to witness their splendour.canadamus_prime said:Is it just me or does this sound like the kind of thing Peter Molyneux would boast about?
Number 6 is mislabelled as 5 in this article and number 5 is about the endings. You can check the Neogaf source for the whole list.Extragorey said:I'm sure someone has brought this up already, but what happened to #6? I feel like there's some information that was omitted by Alex.
Maybe, but it was all that stuff about how you could drastically alter the ecosystem and the economy and whatever that sounded very Molyneux-ish to me.CriticalMiss said:Well, if Molyneux was involved he would be saying that each ending is so different it will be life-changing for the player to witness their splendour.canadamus_prime said:Is it just me or does this sound like the kind of thing Peter Molyneux would boast about?
I have always equated the color puce with morally ambiguous, is it a color? is it the french word for flea? does it sound like a disgusting sex act? most definitely, its not telling you what it is, hence moral ambigooey.spartandude said:Ive heard this one before. Oh Bioware, when will you learn....
They could have purple for the morally ambiguous ending.CriticalMiss said:I hope there is a green ending like in Mass Effect 3, I hate those other games with their silly binary choices between red and blue endings. Maybe they will be innovative and utilise Next-Gen Technology (tm) and have multicoloured endings?
And not to mention that every single one of Bioware's games have some sort of memory leak (on PC)or have really bad bugs like DA2 not being able to save or the games flat out not running on single core machines. Still, I'll be one of those idiots that gets it day one.GabeZhul said:My thoughts exactly.Cecilo said:Yea, Sure, 40 different endings. Just like Mass Effect 3 was supposed to have so and so amount of endings.
By being the local "chosen one", of course. A "Dragon-Age-Born", if you will.StormShaun said:Although I am a bit sceptical about the Inquisitor themselves, I like the sound of another "Origin" prologue, but he or she will have the ability to close the rifts ... this make me ask "how?"
That said, even though it looks pretty good, I probably still won't pick this up at launch, simply because I would probably need to update my PC before I would be able to run it properly, and I probably won't have the funds for that for a while.
Yes you love the ending but lots of people don?t, and if bioware made endings for those people you could simply not play those endings, and then everybody(well okay most people) would be happy.Nimcha said:And because most players play the game in exactly the same way everyone will end up with the same ending anyway. Cue the complaints...Clive Howlitzer said:People keep touting the fact their game has 500 different endings. I'd rather have one satisfying ending than 40 mediocre ones where everything is homogenized because of player choice to take into account.
I loved the ME3 endings and I hope they don't bend over backwards to cater to the yelling haters.
Please don't give EA any ideas. They might start charging 5 bucks just to have color in our games.Lamnidae said:It would be nice if Bioware would add a gamepad option on every pc version of these games ^_^
I really dislike playing Dragon Age and Mass Effect with mouse and keyboard.
And it's really not that much of an update.
If Dragon Age Inquisition has no controller support on pc this time I think I'll pass up this one.
But hey... Who cares about a few customers anymore when there are masses just buying it...
Hell I'd even pay 5,- for this option as DLC on all these games...
Offcourse NO F#^% will be given... >_<