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- Sep 13, 2010
Yes, maybe.Fappy said:I don't think the community is a hive-mind. While I am sure there is plenty of overlap its unfair to say the same people who swore off Bioware due to Day-One DLC are the same people who want a new ending for the game.
Though i think it may be worth mentioning the masses could be convinced to think this way if enough of their friends or the people they follow all say the same thing.
But not me, im just an intense cynic.
Well, i just went to the Bioware forums. In one section [http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/category/355/index] of the Mass Effect 3 forums about 30% of the threads are to do with the ending. Some calling for calm, most doing the opposite and demanding either a refund or rewrite.JeanLuc761 said:Here's the thing though. Even if the "true' ending becomes a paid DLC and everyone rushes to get it...that's only a short-term gain. Bioware's brand loyalty has been utterly shattered for a lot of people (including myself), and I know they're losing thousands of fans by the day.
I cant really comment on the ending. I dont know what it is myself and my willingness to go look it up anywhere is riding equivalent to my willingness to buy the latest Call of Duty, or taking my own leg off with a hacksaw.I mean think of this. We were promised a game with a conclusive ending that would answer all our questions. We were promised this CONSTANTLY over the last year, from several different people. And you know what we got? We got an ending that not only doesn't make sense, but asks more questions than I started the game with.
I may not know the cause, but i can damn well see the results.
Well, you didnt pay for an ending. You paid for a game. The fact that 3 of my local friends literally vanished into thier darkrooms for at least 30 hours each over the weekend indicates that you got just that.And if the heavily supported "Indoctrination Theory" is right, that means Bioware willingly shipped a game without an ending. We paid for an ending, and they didn't give it to us. That's unacceptable.
Ive purposely tried to avoid using theese words but paying money for a whole product while the whole product works as intended by those who made it, then demanding changes because one or two parts of it were not good enough for you (or anyone else, stick with the singular example) smacks a little bit strongly of "being entitled".