Misery sequel using Mass Effect fanbase as the villains? Yay/Nay

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#1 Posted by falcos_abortive_rainbow (21 posts) -

Just imagine, a rabid Canadian has kidnapped the Doctors and are forcing them to write DLC in which Shepard gets a rad fourth choice.(The Normandy becomes a transformer in it) The Canadian could integrate the morality system into the situation, like "DOCTORS, if you write the first part of this DLC real good, then I'll choose blue and give you a warm bowl of soup, but if it's not to my like, then I'll have to pick the red option, in which I saw your dicks off. There is no neutral option, because who the fuck chooses neutral." Then there's still like renegade interrupts that could be worked in if they try to fight back, or insult the Canadian in some way.

Boy, there could be a sex scene where The Canadian forcibly attempts to crush Ray's guts with his dick and such.(Ray is the cute one, after all) Somebody get Stephen King on the line, this is the way back to supreme relevancy. I mean, just look at these clips and tell me you can't see this story bubbling. Goddamn, I need to kickstarter this shit.

#2 Posted by Dwarfman (1 posts) -

Spot on! I had the same thought when they announced the DLC and boy did that make me laugh. BIOWARE take heed you are stepping into dangerous territory, look at Blizzard and Cataclysm. Think about all the good books/movies you have read and how they ended, and when it ended it wasn't putting everything right or explaining every damn sub-plot and then you realised you can't change it. That's the reality, a crucial cornerstone to suspending disbelief in fiction.

#3 Posted by SSully (4125 posts) -

Does anyone else feel like these first two posts are by the same person? Because they are definitely by the same person.

#4 Posted by Dagbiker (6939 posts) -

@SSully said:

Does anyone else feel like these first two posts are by the same person? Because they are definitely by the same person.

I wouldnt have noticed this, but thanks to you i did. He even emphasizes words the sames way, by holding down capslock.

#5 Posted by SSully (4125 posts) -

@Dagbiker said:

@SSully said:

Does anyone else feel like these first two posts are by the same person? Because they are definitely by the same person.

I wouldnt have noticed this, but thanks to you i did. He even emphasizes words the sames way, by holding down capslock.

Looks like we solved one of the great mysteries of Giantbomb.com

#6 Posted by SarjuTheRapper (279 posts) -

21/20 - THIS THREAD

#7 Posted by LiquidSwords (2738 posts) -
#8 Posted by Irvandus (2826 posts) -

@LiquidSwords said:

This terrified me so much when I first saw it.

#9 Posted by jillsandwich (762 posts) -

The Misery comparison is so fucking stupid.

Books are not video games, video games are not books.

#10 Posted by falcos_abortive_rainbow (21 posts) -

@jillsandwich said:

The Misery comparison is so fucking stupid.

Books are not video games, video games are not books.

Sure, novels are the only medium that can develop ravenous fans.

#11 Posted by jillsandwich (762 posts) -

@falcos_abortive_rainbow: That's not in the slightest what I said, but alright.

#12 Posted by BabyChooChoo (4285 posts) -

lol god I love this site

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#13 Posted by Pinworm45 (4088 posts) -

@falcos_abortive_rainbow said:

@jillsandwich said:

The Misery comparison is so fucking stupid.

Books are not video games, video games are not books.

Sure, novels are the only medium that can develop ravenous fans.

HEY GUYS, LET'S COMPARE SPORTS TO BOOKS. AFTER ALL, THEY BOTH DEVELOP RAVENOUS FANS!

Hey, asking for someone to change a story, that's almost as ridiculous as asking to get rid of a soul of a team by trading players!

Derp derp derp

#14 Posted by ahgunsillyo (443 posts) -

Wait, the Normandy is a Transformer?

#15 Posted by Trace (3549 posts) -

Given that this conversation's destined to head down a dark, dark path with the current responses, I'm just going to file this thread by the cocaine-filled couches and piles of redundant ME3 ending debacle threads, and politely suggest picking up this conversation in...eh, let's try the comments for Alex's news article. Why not.

Thanks!

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