The lights are on
After fans started online petitions, and even issued complaints to the FTC, BioWare finally spoke out about the endings to Mass Effect 3.
In a letter published from co-found Ray Muzyka last week, the studio will create "game content initiatives" that will hopefully provide fans the closure they were originally looking for.
Some feel this is justified. After all, if video games allow the creators to modify or edit their work at any point in time, why shouldn't they be allowed to? Others claim this is setting a bad precedent, saying the original vision of the creator's work should not be dictated by fans.
BioWare said it won't reveal its plans for what it's doing with the game's endings until sometime in April.
Where do you side on this matter? Feel free to discuss in the comments below. You're allowed to openly discuss story spoilers, so if you haven't finished the game yet you should probably do so first before jumping in.