This whole ending debacle has been really interesting. Doesn't help that people who haven't played the game call fans childish, entitled, or any other negative name just because they feel like it. Nor does it help that some of the fans are throwing stones at everyone at Bioware just because they didn't like the ending to the game, as if any one person is entirely responsible for the ending.
I wasn't super satisfied with the ending, but honestly they could just tack on an epilogue and be done with it. Don't understand why they didn't do it in the first place, considering the fact that its the ending to a planned trilogy and it just sort of...stops.
Anyways, interesting to see how this turns out, I wish people on both sides of the argument would just grow up though and talk about it without raging at one another.
This seems extremely unlikely. The free part seems the most unlikely, however at some point Bioware must put out some post-ending DLC, if not just because it will sell like crazy for people who want the game changed, but also because this game has sold super well already: if they want the franchise to continue, they need to get people excited for their next Mass Effect game.
Honestly it depends on what you like. If you like walking around and doing whatever you want, play Skyrim.
If you want a good story, and good combat, play the Mass Effect series.
Honestly Skyrim's story is pretty mediocre in my personal opinion. If you want to just play through the main quest+the main side quest you can do it all in like, 40-50 hours just by being a mage and enchanting everything you have with -15% mana or whatever. You get infinite free fireballs that kill everything. It's a cakewalk after about 10 hours into it.