Does everyone who thought it was correct think they're completely idiot now for believing in it, now that it was proven false?
I remember the evidence presented for why it was right.
"All of the bodies look like dolls"
"Where'd you armor go?"
"Why do you have infinite ammo with your pistol?"
"Why can't you shoot the keepers?"
Didn't it ever cross anyone's mind that Bioware just didn't want to model a destroyed armor bit for every piece in the game? Or the fact that there were so many bodies, to have them super hi-res like the models you play as would lag out the game? Or the fact that if you ran out of ammo during their linear cinematic line up it'd ruin what they were going for. And keepers have never been able to be shot throughout the entire game. Does that mean you were dreaming all of ME1's citadel scenes too?
I'm just curious what proponents of the theory are thinking about it. Post extended endings it seems no one is talking about it. I think everyone is embarrassed that they so adamantly clung to the indoctrination theory and discovered it was wrong. It's funny how quiet and indifferent people get when they look so stupid.
I think "cock-up before conspiracy" is a term everyone should become acquainted with before the next Bioware game.