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#155 - coolalliki (06/09/2012) [-]
Your list seems to be missing a lot of Mass Effect.
User avatar #732 to #155 - anotherjoenobody (06/09/2012) [-]
ME3 was the first time i cried at a video game.
and after he died, i went on the longest killing spree (no deaths/mission failures).
User avatar #409 to #155 - chiktikkavaspaus (06/09/2012) [-]
Because the ending to the otherwise amazing game known as Mass Effect 3 completely killed the whole point of the awesomeness in previous games/missions.
User avatar #423 to #409 - coolalliki (06/09/2012) [-]
The ending didn't kill the game. I just wanted a longer ending, which I'm going to get this summer.

Also, the journey is more important than the destination. The ending was bittersweet. Only four problems:
- Too short
- Synthesis was introduced waaay to late
- Not enough endings
- No closure for characters
User avatar #433 to #423 - chiktikkavaspaus (06/09/2012) [-]
For a game that's described as, "Make your own choices", it doesn't take your choices into account at all. I can't see anything in the ME games that happened before the ending to ME3 as epic anymore. Nothing you did mattered, all of the sacrifices didn't matter, you always get screwed in the end. It takes your choices, and throws them in the corner, then presents you with 3 choices that don't change no matter how hard you try.

I loved the games to death, and I put way too much hope into ME3. I learned my lesson.
User avatar #419 to #409 - condormcninja (06/09/2012) [-]
But even with the ****** ending Mordin's death definitely deserves to be there.
User avatar #427 to #419 - chiktikkavaspaus (06/09/2012) [-]
Yeah, it was definitely a tear jerker, But I can't see anything in the ME games that happened before the ending to ME3 as epic anymore. Nothing you did mattered, all of the sacrifices didn't matter, you always get screwed in the end.
User avatar #782 to #427 - condormcninja (06/10/2012) [-]
I was pissed at the ending too, but it doesn't retroactively ruin everything like everyone pretends it does. Yes, the choices don't affect the ending as much as we wanted, but the journey is the important thing, right?
User avatar #783 to #782 - chiktikkavaspaus (06/10/2012) [-]
But the ending ruined it for me. sure, the journey was great, but I have no desire to replay any of the games knowing what comes at the end. I was hoping for a trilogy I could replay over and over, but it doesn't work for me.
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