You know, on the subject of this (sort of), there is the choice on the beach between the broaches, either a bird or a cage. I chose bird because i thought it represented freedom and and the sister Lutese seemed mildly surprised, like this was not what she expected in this whole mess her brother started, while he seemed smug. There was no further mention of the broach, however. did anyone pick the cage? Did it have a payoff I didn't notice as well? Was it cosmetic or cosmic?
I think I've wrapped my head around the multiverse thing, but there remains one untold variable, unless I missed it, and that is Songbird. What is it? they talk of the Handymen and others and justify their existence in the world, but they don't elaborate on Songbird unless there is some story beat i totally missed. Perhaps it's unimportant, the story could have existed without him, technically, but I am curious.
The entire first half-hour, and every time I heard an 80's hit sung in an oldtimey way. Tainted Love and the Instrumental Cindy Lauper were two amazingly shocked moments because it was a slow realization.
Well, Whatdyaknow, always online DRM is total, unmanageable crap. Who could have seen that coming? When even a server-savvy company like blizzard has a shitty launch due to their paranoid DRM as still receive tons of hack attempts, account theft and server outages, maybe a bumbling fuckup of an organization like EA should just veer clear of that sort of thing and just make it a gameplay incentive to play with a friend instead of goddamn necessary. Didn't really work out well for Ubisoft either. I want games to succeed and I want EA to get better, but jesus christ, it's like clown university over there.
TheFreepie: I just remembered it recently, I think due to the Space Suit Zero QL and couldn't remember the name. The setup was interesting, and the promise of Elite-style gameplay was appealing. I have no memory if I liked it or not.