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It's not often that we revisit a recently released game on the GI Show, but with the furor over the ending to Mass Effect 3 raging throughout the Internet, we thought we should weigh in on fans' complaints about the game's ending, the recently filed FTC complaint, and BioWare's statement that it will be addressing player concerns with new content. Sitting in on this segment with host Matt Helgeson is Phil Kollar and Joe Juba, who have some strong opinions about these recent events. In the second segment, Dan Ryckert, Tim Turi, and Jeff Cork stop by to talk about a trio of new releases: Kid Icarus: Uprising, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, and Ninja Gaiden 3.
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Is there any mention of Bioware's comments about the ending before, during, and after release? They made several promises about the ending, but it is far from what they promised.
Once we solve the ending, we need to focus on a greater mystery: with Liara, does the carpet match the drapes? Feel free to include in any response as many wwww's to the word eww as you deem necessary. (Sorry folks, but I think we could all use a quick laugh break)
I'm not sure if you guys understand... The ending was SO bad for me that it has tarnished my memories of Mass Effect 3 and the series as a whole. It's literally painful to think about going back and replaying them right now. That's a shame, because it might have been my video game series of all-time before this.
I would say this guy pretty much nails the Mass Effect discussion
Ok whem Tim dosent like resident evil it ok but when we dont like the ending of mass effect were idiots
It's not that we should just choose to buy it because we'd think it is a good game or not; it's about having spent over $150 on this trilogy, getting emotionally involved in a great story and being PROMISED that our choices throughout the games matter. We just expected that the story would actually make sense instead of space color magic and godkids.