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Mass Effect was one of the most action-packed space odysseys we've ever experienced, and it has at least two sequels that look to up that ante in nearly every way. Whether you are new to the universe or an experienced explorer, feel free to pull up a chair
i havent been on in forev sighned T.J.A
well one thing im certain of is that there will be a new twist cause in number 2 you found out the protheans werent extinct they were merrley transformed into collecters
spolier much! i just got mass effect 2 for the ps3!!! oh well i don't really care :D
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you'll love it :) i played the second one before i played the first then went back and played :)
I think that if you died in 2 you will play as joker, Mordin was working on a cure for his disease. and if you watch what joker does after you die tell me what it looks like. Hes talking to the Illusive Man like shep, hes looking at the model of the reaper, and hes lifting up steel beams. (note: didn't die I watched it on youtube).
... I never asked for this.
No, @specter520 , you wouldn't play as Joker in ME3. If Shepard died in the end of Mass Effect 2, you won't be able to import that save into Mass Effect 3; you would just have to start a new career with a new Shepard. They've already made that perfectly clear. The only reason Joker is talking with the Illusive Man afterwards is because there is nobody else left to report to the Illusive Man. Joker's just the highest ranking officer left on board, so the duty falls to him. Don't read too much into it.
@Jendon You don't have to be an ass about it. He was just sharing his opinion on what he thought might come to pass. And his version actually sounds really cool.
How was I being a jerk? I was just letting him know what would happen. Casey Hudson and the rest of the team have already talked about this, so there's nothing to debate.
Thanks Jendon, I didn't take any offense, I had not heard that Casey Hudson said that about ME3. You are probably right, I'm just reading into it too much.
Yeah, if you dig into his old interviews, especially one he did with Xbox magazine, you can find what Jendon's talking about. I don't know whether he mentions it explicitly in the vids on the official website, but he kind of implies that the Mass Effect narrative is essentially "Shepard's story", and so on...
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