Nope. When I watch movies or anything else it's because I want to and not out of any sort of obligation to have movie credentials. I'm sure I'll catch it one of these days.
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That's the other thing. And I got that feeling too. That he was running down the clock and the writing had been on the wall since he moved. For the kind of site GB is, there's not a lot they can do with someone out by themselves in Chicago who specializes in news breaks. Its less "moving on up" than it is "he found a new gig during his departure window".
Patrick himself said that it was his personal decision to leave Giant Bomb in the comments of his farewell article. Unfortunately, the comments seem to be closed. I'll take his word for it.
Thanks guys, I found these two videos on Youtube which seem to condense all the important Mass Effect 1 and 2 cutscenes into a movie of sorts. I'll probably watch those, watch a bit of a let's play of Mass Effect 2 to remember the controls and mechanics, and then finally finish it. Probably going to re-read everything in the Codex because that's honestly my favorite part of those games. Such a well-realized universe and history there. And it's good to hear that Mass Effect 3 is great for the most part, it seems like the last 30-40 minutes is the most polarizing part of the game, and that may have soured a lot of people on the whole experience, which is understandable, really. I'm still looking forward to it though, thanks guys.
Hi Giant Bomb, I'm in a bit of a weird situation.. One of my friends brought up Mass Effect and that reminded me of something. I've finished Mass Effect 1 in its entirety and enjoyed it. I played all the way through Mass Effect 2, recruited all the party members, did all of their quests, got right to the end, and RIGHT before the final mission some shit came up in my personal life that distracted me from the game. I was away from it for so long that I just kind of lost interest in playing it and never finished it. That was 2 years ago.
But now I have a sudden hankering to finally end the story on my Shepard, finish Mass Effect 2 and then finish Mass Effect 3. I'm just curious if anyone has anyone ever been in a scenario like this, especially with Mass Effect? If so, how did that work out for you and how did you remedy it? I'm considering going back and watching an abridged movie of Mass Effect 1 and 2, watching to all the way up to where I left off. Do you guys think that would be adequate? I realize that the best thing to do would be to play through them both again, but don't know if I'd want to spend 60 hours or so playing through both of them again. If so, does anyone have any good recommendations for catching up on the story? And I guess finally, is the third really even worth playing?
It's kind of weird how quickly Vinny went from being my favorite member of the site to me skipping most quick looks with him in it. I'll watch for a bit to get informed about certain games, but other than that I don't find them particularly entertaining. He's definitely an amazing, funny dude, but I honestly just don't think he has great chemistry with Alex, and I've never really enjoyed solo content. But hey, that's just me! I wish him luck with his move, family, and the GBeast HQ. I really hope they can get some new personality down there at SOME point.