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This is a hard choice.

I really want to say Modern Warfare because it changed FPS games for the rest of the generation.
But playing all these military shooters lately is making me go "meh".

I love Skyrim through. It has it's flaws but it has one of the biggest modding community. People still play it 2 years on and it sparks creativity among gamers.
Idk man.

I voted Skyrim. I'm sorry.

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In terms of the main story line, yeah ME2 can be skipped, but in terms of subplots, no it cannot. But try and play up until you find out who archangel is. Also, the ME2 dlc is really good.

Heh. I kinda spoiled who he is in my quest to find out who was recruitable from ME1.

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ME2 is a heck of a lot better than 3,

How so?

The only thing I know about ME3 is that everyone hates the ending.

A common sentiment I hear in response to this is, ME2 is a very character-focused game, which is where Bioware's writing talent lies. The vast majority of the game is spent getting to know your crew, not fighting the Big Bad. Some of them have personal stories that are very affecting.

If that sounds repulsive to you, then ME2 may not be for you. But in that case, I'd advise abandoning the series altogether because I would not under any circumstances recommend jumping into ME3 cold, even with my statement about ME2's main plot.

Well, as I said I'm not really that far into the game.

The only people I have in my squad is Miranda and Jacob. I'm hoping my mind will change once I meet more people.

I'll force myself to play a few hours,

If I can't change my mind I'll just play ME3 and then go back to this game.

You claim in an earlier post to "hate all the new characters", but here admit you've only even met Jacob and Miranda? As a rule, the human characters in the Mass Effect series are the most boring and uninteresting. Once you meet characters like Thane and Mordin and are reunited with Tali and Garrus, you'll wonder how you could ever consider skipping the game.

I guess I forgot to add the "so far" bit. I hate the ones that I've met so far. The only character I like is because of Joker because y'know, ME1.

The main reason for me wanting to skip this is because I want to advance the main story line, but no this isn't trollbait.

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@leych said:

@arbitrarywater said:

ME2 is a heck of a lot better than 3,

How so?

The only thing I know about ME3 is that everyone hates the ending.

A common sentiment I hear in response to this is, ME2 is a very character-focused game, which is where Bioware's writing talent lies. The vast majority of the game is spent getting to know your crew, not fighting the Big Bad. Some of them have personal stories that are very affecting.

If that sounds repulsive to you, then ME2 may not be for you. But in that case, I'd advise abandoning the series altogether because I would not under any circumstances recommend jumping into ME3 cold, even with my statement about ME2's main plot.

Well, as I said I'm not really that far into the game.
The only people I have in my squad is Miranda and Jacob. I'm hoping my mind will change once I meet more people.


I'll force myself to play a few hours,
If I can't change my mind I'll just play ME3 and then go back to this game.

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I guess this will be my first NFS game I try in a while.
Most of the recent games haven't caught my attention.

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ME2 is a heck of a lot better than 3,

How so?
The only thing I know about ME3 is that everyone hates the ending.

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I'm of two minds on this point. As far as advancing the main "Reapers Are Coming" storyline, ME2 does very little. It's sort of an extended side quest.

However! The game hugely advances the two major subplots of the series, the Geth-Quarian Conflict and the Genophage. Also, it introduces a bunch of new characters, and further develops bit players from ME1, like Cerberus.

So... I would say if you're interested in the ME universe at all, I would play ME2. It fills in the universe quite a lot.

At the moment, the main storyline is really all I care about.
I'm interested in the universe but not that much to play the entire game.

I guess I'll just give it a few more hours and make another decision.

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#7  Edited By LeYcH

The gameplay is great I won't deny that.
But my backlog is more than enough for me at the moment and I can't stand any of the new characters.
Is it really THAT good?

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#8  Edited By LeYcH

Is it safe to skip ME2?

I just finished ME1 and I started ME2. It might seem stupid, but not being able to recruit Kaidan, Liara and Wrex just killed most of my motivation to play this. I don't like any of the new people.

Reading the synopsis makes it seem like it's not that important to the story.

Is ME2 vital in order to play ME3? Would I be missing much?

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Sleepy Dawgs because Hong Kong.

And because I haven't played GTAV.

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#10  Edited By LeYcH

Ideally you want the Nexus 5.
That or the HTC One, or the Xperia Z1.

If you have to get either the S4 or the Note 3 then it's really just your preference.
If you think that you don't need the size of the Note 3 then don't get it.