@Lozz said:I'm trying to work out how big of an issue this. The ending really doesn't change much for me but people are really saying its ruined their whole experience. Personally I feel most endings to things are pretty meh, be it movies or tv shows like Lost, Sopranos or Six Feet Under or 24. I love those shows but I don't think the endings are that great. You guys think this has serious repurcussions for BioWare?
Between the ending of Mass Effect 3 and the complaints regarding Dragon Age II, I imagine that many people will have a significantly more guarded take on Bioware going forward.
I know I do. I excused Dragon Age 2 as a one time misstep. They were rushed, or something.
I defended Mass Effect 3 when many people were acting like it was going to be shit. And in many ways, I feel okay with that, because it wasn't shit. It was a great game. At least, it was a great lead up. Until the end. The most important part. What everything came down to. And it was beyond terrible. It was worse than even what the most skeptical parts of me were worried about. So bad that it actually ruins the previous games.
I will definitely be looking at future Bioware games with skepticism, and nolonger with a sense of "I don't need to look into this game, I already know I'm buying it because it's made by them". Nolonger.
I'm with you duder. I defended Mass Effect 3 before it came out and I feel ok with that because I ultimately did really love the game. The ending just really left a bad taste in my mouth.