Zethnar wrote:As much as it pains me to say it, I agree with Mr Barnett. Games tell a story much like Movies, Television and, yes, Books. To ask an author to go back and edit his work so that the ending suits you would likely cause him (or her) to either laugh in your face or tell you to **** off.
except the ending on ME3 doesn't tell the **** story, thats the problem, its goes off on some weird tangent that makes no sense.
just as Exe said, the people who think its ok seem to not understand the problem that is being complained about and likey don't even know the details of the story portrayed in 1 and 2.
BioWare shouldn't be forced to change it just to make gamers happy.
Yeah sure, assuming they aren't interested in profits.
I for one will not be buying any DLC until they fix the state of the ending and actually bring some sort of continuity to the story ending.
I also know 3 people who were thinking of getting ME3 but have decided to wait to buy in a steam sale for $10 at some point or aren't even bothering at all.
as for games being art, art isn't ESBR rated.
so the comparison is not there until they are actually being treated the same way by the industry itself.
But lets say it is and there was a series of pictures that went along telling a story of WWI, for example, and then the last one was a bowl of fruit and a unicorn, the "but its art" argument holds no water as to how the last one is a fitting ending to a story which has nothing to do with fruit or unicorns.