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User avatar #30 - yalikefishsticks
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(06/10/2013) [-]
I never knew why people hated the ending for ME3... Then I beat the game and saw the ending... That game is soo ******* long.
User avatar #81 to #30 - bascud
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I still don't know why people hated the ending of ME3.
User avatar #76 to #30 - ashedust
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I disliked the ending, but I actually liked the game.

That's the problem, I do think. Everyone's so caught up in the 3 endings that they sometimes forget that there is an entire game leading up to it that I personally think was fairly good.

But that's just me.
User avatar #52 to #30 - fuzzyballs
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because every ending is mostly the same after them stating in 3 games in a row that choices matter
I knew it there wouldn't be that many endings since the game focusses on good vs evil
nothing changed besides some dialogue
User avatar #74 to #52 - hugejuggernaut
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You know, yeah, the ending was awful, I mean, even after the extended cut. It just... it was a severe disappointment.

However, the rest of the game, from the voice acting to the story, including that of the DLC, plus the experimental Multiplayer with in-game story function was outstanding.

I spent over 100 hours on the trilogy, and only disliked five minutes of one game. But it was the ending. I mean, what else could I do? Full Paragon throughout the franchise, completing every side-quest, and the complete loyalty of my team. In the end, Shepard had to die. We all knew it was coming, and we all knew we'd hate how it happened. But that's all it was. FIve minutes. An epic, heartbreaking, and thrilling story of heroism and sheer badassness, right up until the very end.

And what are you gonna do?

At least some of us were left with that last gasp of air. Besides, they could make a similar game based in the same universe. That would be pretty awesome.
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User avatar #77 to #74 - fuzzyballs
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what? all I'm saying is the ending was bad because there was only one, and that choices didn't matter because all they did was change some dialogue

I'm not talking about my gameplay experience and I sure as **** don't care about yours buddy
User avatar #80 to #77 - hugejuggernaut
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Wow. Hostle much?

There were three choices at the end.
1- Destroy every synthetic life form in the galaxy (Reapers, Geth, and EDI).
2- Take control of the Reapers and become part of their system.
3- Merge all synthetic and organic life forms to create a hybrid and equal existence. This choice isn't given to all players.

After the Extended Cut, you were allowed to simply deny that a choice needed to be made, and the Reapers would Harvest the Earth and whatnot.

If you chose the right ending, you could see Shepard gasp for breath under wreckage.

So, the dialogue isn't all that changed. The overall outcome of the game changed too. And while no specific gaming play style was required to get endings one and two, or the Extended Cut, what else would you expect? The game had to end, and there is only so much that they could have done.

Your decisions in the previous games did make a difference though, and they did matter. They just had no impact on the final ending of the game.
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