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A fan who wants to see the ending of Mass Effect 3 changed has taken his complaint to the Federal Trade Commission, the agency created to protect consumers.
His argument is that Bioware did not deliver on the promise of its game saying, "after reading through the list of promises about the ending of the game they made in their advertising campaign and PR interviews, it was clear that the product we got did not live up to any of those claims."
He continues by inviting others to file complaints against Electronic Arts with the FTC if they share his sentiments.
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Dude needs to get a life.
some people are really, really, REALLY stupid.
Really? This is how far it's gone? I haven't finished Mass Effect 3 yet, but what the hell!?
i loved the series and the ending was allright by me this is beyond stupid
Wow... That is all.
I thought the ending was crap. But I'm not entirely certain it warrants taking the issue to the FTC.
.... Too Bold.
I can't remember the last time the entire internet went crazy over a game controversy since... nope. There haven't really been any on this scale.
Uhh, that's quite the devoted fan.