yogi wrote:Most gaming experiences of this style need a narrative to push them forward. You come up with the story first and then build the game around that. Some of the outrage about this issue suggests ME did it well - almost too well.
Ash_Williams wrote:I'm Ash Williams, and this is my favorite post on the citadel.
Well done Tim for showing some journalism about Mass Effect 3 when nowhere else has. Also hadn't seem that flowchart before and it does raise some good points about choices that SHOULD have been in the game.
You did well buddy!
Marcus Dunn wrote:I found there to be an almost excessive amount of emotional reminiscing - which isn't really a problem, but it became distracting and made the whole game feel like a big 'farewell to the best series in life' type thing which to me felt a little over the top.
iambeanie wrote:I finished the game and i was very happy with almost everything. Before playing i made sure not to read ANYTHING on the internet about the game, i love this series and i wanted it to be completely unspoiled. So i played it through and loved every moment of it! After finishing it i read articles like this and many others over the interwebs and it makes you realise how poor of a game it actually was...
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