@mezza I don't think the fact that the game funnels towards the same ending regardless of earlier choices (the "diamond-shaped decision tree" that nutter mentioned) renders the loss of Tali insignificant. You can bet once Alex lands on the Quarian homeland the fact that Tali is not there to experience that moment will be significant in the moment, and that sense of loss will be taken away if they bring Tali back. In one scenario there is loss, in the other is happiness that Tali is there to experience it.
In either event, the choice has a meaningful impact on the game in the moment. So, as I said, live with the consequences of your actions.
Kinda surprised that most have voted for bringing Tali back. I feel like living with the choices you make and the consequences of your actions is an important part of Mass Effect.
Edit: Tali was the only character I lost during my first play through of the series. I made the same decision Alex made and put her in the vents. I still enjoyed ME3. The Quarian stuff in ME3 still packs a punch.
I'm legit confused that fans of the F&F franchise have drawn the line on stupidity at Statham being hastily forgiven for killing one of the crew.
Yeah, as the above poster said, it's not so much that it's "stupid" but that it betrays the only value/principle that F&F has consistently stuck with since the first film - "family." It's the secret heart and soul of the franchise and letting Statham into the crew just kind of gives a middle finger to it.