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2012-03-22 04:49:02 PM

HalEmmerich: Duck_of_Doom: awesomologist Vega and Cortez have an argument in the hanger over whether the Mako or the Hammerhead was better, but I'm not sure if you needed to do the Firewalker dlc to get that to happen or not.

That's one of the funnier conversations in game, along with Shepard and Conrad arguing about thermal clips.

Oh god, those were so damned funny. I love Conrad! Other funny conversations were Garrus & Vega comparing notes, Tali and Kaidan nerdfighting over omnitools, Tali meeting Javik (a fake dead Prothean).

I have Kaiden alive but the only one of these conversations I got aside from the one I mentioned was the Garrus and Vega one. Which is weird because I was obsessive-compulsively checking the Normandy and Citadel between every mission I did to make sure I caught everything. I never saw Conrad period, so I must have missed something somewhere involved in that medigel quest, if I got it at all. I missed Kelly Chambers as well, despite having the crew alive in ME2. Hrmph.


What about Garrus and Tali making out?
 
2012-03-22 04:49:12 PM
And one more silly dialog. This game has so many golden moments.
 
2012-03-22 04:57:01 PM

awesomologist: meyerkev:

Did some googling, and it sounds like the Kaidan/Tali talk is what happens if you bring along Kaidan on the Geth Dreadnought mission.

/Would strongly recommend saving just before that mission and doing it with different people if you romanced Tali. Pure CMOF's from all involved.

That's good to know. I took Garrus and he basically told Tali and Shepard to get a room. I wonder if I take Ashley and a cat fight breaks out...

My urge to replay this game is rising... I'll just be sure to shut off when Marauder Shields shows up.


Personally, here's how I'd do it.

1) Do some wiki-ing. Figure out what ME1/2 decisions you think will produce an interesting game. (For example, I had NEVER seen Wreav before I imported a hilariously Renegade Femshep, and doing that (and killing Eve) meant I could save Mordin).

2) Go on Masseffect2saves.com, and get as close as you can. If part of your interesting playthrough is "X is dead", fire up Gibbed, and kill that character. (For example, I've never seen the Salarian councilor die yet, so I need to kill Thane from a Kirrahe is dead save at some point).

3) Go play. Before most conversations or actions, quicksave. If you don't like the result (or want to see what happens without replaying the whole game), reload the quicksave.

/Would strongly recommend playing a "Screw you, Wrex" playthrough (destroy data, leave bomb to explode, shoot Mordin). That is an interesting character arc, even if I felt like an ass doing it.
//Has 4 playthroughs, 2 Vanguard, 1 Adept, 1 Infiltrator. Vanguard is still my favorite class, though Infiltrator was probably the easiest. (Headshots + invisible Cloak + Energy Drain/Sabotage vs. playing tag with Banshees). Adept seemed to take 2 moves (Singularity/Warp) to do what Vanguard could do in one (Charge), albeit at about 10% of the risk.
 
2012-03-22 05:01:35 PM

Duck_of_Doom: awesomologist: That's good to know. I took Garrus and he basically told Tali and Shepard to get a room. I wonder if I take Ashley and a cat fight breaks out...

For your viewing pleasure Link (new window) It doesn't have Ashley's dialog though.


Ha, I had Garrus with me, I wonder now if the chocolate bit, aside from painting Garrus as possibly a little naive about the doctor, was supposed to be a nod to catching them in the battery later if you're not involved with Tali or Garrus, Shepard gender depending.
 
2012-03-22 05:05:27 PM

SN1987a goes boom: HalEmmerich: Duck_of_Doom: awesomologist Vega and Cortez have an argument in the hanger over whether the Mako or the Hammerhead was better, but I'm not sure if you needed to do the Firewalker dlc to get that to happen or not.

That's one of the funnier conversations in game, along with Shepard and Conrad arguing about thermal clips.

Oh god, those were so damned funny. I love Conrad! Other funny conversations were Garrus & Vega comparing notes, Tali and Kaidan nerdfighting over omnitools, Tali meeting Javik (a fake dead Prothean).

I have Kaiden alive but the only one of these conversations I got aside from the one I mentioned was the Garrus and Vega one. Which is weird because I was obsessive-compulsively checking the Normandy and Citadel between every mission I did to make sure I caught everything. I never saw Conrad period, so I must have missed something somewhere involved in that medigel quest, if I got it at all. I missed Kelly Chambers as well, despite having the crew alive in ME2. Hrmph.

What about Garrus and Tali making out?


I did catch that, and lots of others. Chakwas and Adams in the crew quarters, Joker asking Mordin some, uh, private questions about EDI(was this something you stumble on or trigger by talking to Mordin, I can't remember...), Garrus and Javik telling stories to one of the random ensigns in the observation room, drunk Tali.
 
2012-03-22 05:47:12 PM

HalEmmerich: I have Kaiden alive but the only one of these conversations I got aside from the one I mentioned was the Garrus and Vega one. Which is weird because I was obsessive-compulsively checking the Normandy and Citadel between every mission I did to make sure I caught everything. I never saw Conrad period, so I must have missed something somewhere involved in that medigel quest, if I got it at all. I missed Kelly Chambers as well, despite having the crew alive in ME2. Hrmph.


If you didn't talk to Conrad in ME2 (I missed him completely) or caused him to die through renegade choice, he won't show up (I had the same thing happen).

Kelly won't show up UNLESS you actually invited her up to your cabin (when she dons the tights and dances) in ME2. A few people thought Kelly coming up would screw up their current/previous Love Interest (it doesn't, she's just a whore) so they avoided doing it. Unfortunately that means no Kelly cameo in ME3.
 
2012-03-22 05:54:39 PM

scottydoesntknow: HalEmmerich: I have Kaiden alive but the only one of these conversations I got aside from the one I mentioned was the Garrus and Vega one. Which is weird because I was obsessive-compulsively checking the Normandy and Citadel between every mission I did to make sure I caught everything. I never saw Conrad period, so I must have missed something somewhere involved in that medigel quest, if I got it at all. I missed Kelly Chambers as well, despite having the crew alive in ME2. Hrmph.

If you didn't talk to Conrad in ME2 (I missed him completely) or caused him to die through renegade choice, he won't show up (I had the same thing happen).

Kelly won't show up UNLESS you actually invited her up to your cabin (when she dons the tights and dances) in ME2. A few people thought Kelly coming up would screw up their current/previous Love Interest (it doesn't, she's just a whore) so they avoided doing it. Unfortunately that means no Kelly cameo in ME3.


Ah, ok. I didn't kill Conrad that I remember so I have no idea what happened there. I didn't realize you could get Kelly to come to your cabin my first time though because I never bothered flirting with her. If I get back around to getting another character I was working on through I suppose I'll eventually get that stuff done.
 
2012-03-22 07:35:42 PM

Heron: I don't play many EA games, but this sort of thing really irks me as it infects all of corporate America. I don't know what they've been teaching in business schools for the last 30 years, but for some reason it seems like every executive in this country sees farking over their counter-parties as a laudable end in itself. When you make a contract or agreement with another company, farking see it through god-dammit. Play by the rules and be a good partner! Why the hell throw away millions of dollars on litigation and building from scratch your own service capacity when you can just hire a reliable service company like Valve's Steam to provide it, live up to your obligations, and keep all those millions as profit? A big reason why corporate America is so farked up right now is because of this pointless and self-destructive pursuit of every last drop of marginal utility.


What litigation? There's no pending lawsuits between EA and Valve.

As for the cost of building the system, you must be joking. When they sell something via Steam, Valve gets 30% of the sale. When they sell something through Origin, EA gets 100% of the sale. Which one do you think they'd rather get? Not to mention that they are adding 3rd party games, which means they make a profit off of other people's work as well.

And finally, with regard to their "obligations", you could easily rule that they did. Valve introduced new requirements that any game sold through Steam must also have the DLC available through Steam. EA didn't want to do that. Now, you can fault EA for not agreeing to do that, which is fine, but that doesn't change the fact that it was Valve that introduced the new requirement. EA was perfectly free to walk away at that point if they didn't want to agree with it - which is what they did.
 
2012-03-22 08:05:30 PM
Duck_of_Doom: MorePeasPlease lamecomedian: Why is there so much nerdrage about this game?

Because apparently, 98% is "far from perfect"

Next time you masturbate, get 98% of the way to climax, and then slap a jar of black widows over your genitals.

I still prefer the dog turd analogy, but modified. You're eating an awesome bowl of your favorite food, and at the bottom is a dog turd with roundworms crawling everywhere. Not only did your meal get ruined by a dog turd, but you're now wondering if the worms wound their way through the entire bowl. Even your memory of the great meal is tainted, and you're probably put off that favorite food for a long time.


I more go with the "winy-ass gamers with an over developed sense of entitlement" theory.

In my day when you won a game, it crashed. If it said so much as "You won!" then you were farking tripping balls at the high production value. No one cared if you could make sense of the ending because the game was over and the amusement value is in the playing, not the post game bong puffing contemplation of its meaning.
You either went back and restarted it or you didn't.

Crying like a biatch until the company decides to "give in" and sell you a new ending for ten bucks? That is entirely unprecedented. I'd sooner cry for the DLC laden future of gaming. Because you damn well know this is going to be the model for every major Console title from now on.

/Don't like leaving Masterchief in stasis (again) at the end of Halo 3?
/For $20 he gets to go home and become space-president of earth!
/For another $5 (each), Keyes and Johnson get to live.
/If you have to ask how much the alt-ending of Reach costs, you can't afford it.
 
2012-03-22 08:20:06 PM

way south: Duck_of_Doom: MorePeasPlease lamecomedian: Why is there so much nerdrage about this game?

Because apparently, 98% is "far from perfect"

Next time you masturbate, get 98% of the way to climax, and then slap a jar of black widows over your genitals.

I still prefer the dog turd analogy, but modified. You're eating an awesome bowl of your favorite food, and at the bottom is a dog turd with roundworms crawling everywhere. Not only did your meal get ruined by a dog turd, but you're now wondering if the worms wound their way through the entire bowl. Even your memory of the great meal is tainted, and you're probably put off that favorite food for a long time.

I more go with the "winy-ass gamers with an over developed sense of entitlement" theory.

In my day when you won a game, it crashed. If it said so much as "You won!" then you were farking tripping balls at the high production value. No one cared if you could make sense of the ending because the game was over and the amusement value is in the playing, not the post game bong puffing contemplation of its meaning.
You either went back and restarted it or you didn't.

Crying like a biatch until the company decides to "give in" and sell you a new ending for ten bucks? That is entirely unprecedented. I'd sooner cry for the DLC laden future of gaming. Because you damn well know this is going to be the model for every major Console title from now on.

/Don't like leaving Masterchief in stasis (again) at the end of Halo 3?
/For $20 he gets to go home and become space-president of earth!
/For another $5 (each), Keyes and Johnson get to live.
/If you have to ask how much the alt-ending of Reach costs, you can't afford it.


At the end of Halo 3, you know what you did matters. The Flood is stopped. The Halos are not going to destroy the universe. The war on Earth is over.

At the end of Mass Effect 3, nothing you've done matters. No matter what option you pick as your ending, all of your choices are undone. Or are they? Because it could all just be a dream. It makes no God Damned logical sense.
 
2012-03-22 08:22:54 PM

way south:
I more go with the "winy-ass gamers with an over developed sense of entitlement" theory.

Exercising your consumer rights is neither whinge, whine or this abuse of the word 'entitlement'. Moving on.


In my day when you won a game, it crashed.
Bullshiat. You just spent all those hours in Metroid say and you'd be A-Ok with it shiating itself before it finished the credits? Behave. You'd have taken a hammer to the NES and you know it.
 
2012-03-22 08:31:42 PM

way south: In my day when you won a game, it crashed. If it said so much as "You won!" then you were farking tripping balls at the high production value. No one cared if you could make sense of the ending because the game was over and the amusement value is in the playing, not the post game bong puffing contemplation of its meaning.
You either went back and restarted it or you didn't.



Games have evolved a bit over the years.
I wasn't thinking of the story and greater meaning when I was playing the Space Wars arcade game back in my day, but investing 100+ hours into the narrative of modern-era games like Mass Effect are a bit different for those who give a care about that kind of thing.
 
2012-03-22 09:09:03 PM

way south: Crying like a biatch until the company decides to "give in" and sell you a new ending for ten bucks? That is entirely unprecedented. I'd sooner cry for the DLC laden future of gaming. Because you damn well know this is going to be the model for every major Console title from now on.


Broken Steel. Your point is nullified. Besides, it's nice to be on the side of precedent-making, no?

DLC, sadly, is the future of gaming. Pay to win, or subscription fees for on-line access. Pay for maps, or weapons, or Part II of the story. You will pay, one way or another. Crying like a biatch about the inevitable is futile. Options are: don't play, don't buy DLC, or voice to the company what you are willing to pay for. I'd opt for the last option for something that I bought anyway, and that I otherwise enjoy.
 
2012-03-22 09:36:44 PM

way south: In my day when you won a game, it crashed. If it said so much as "You won!" then you were farking tripping balls at the high production value.


So what do you want? A medal? A cookie? Congratulations for being a jackass? Oh that's right you're a troll, what you want is the attention mommy and daddy never gave you. Go fark yourself kid. shiat's evolved since then.

/old enough to remember when arcades were still hugely popular hangouts and Ataris and Intellivisions were still considered awesome.
 
2012-03-22 09:39:33 PM

rickycal78: way south: In my day when you won a game, it crashed. If it said so much as "You won!" then you were farking tripping balls at the high production value.

So what do you want? A medal? A cookie? Congratulations for being a jackass? Oh that's right you're a troll, what you want is the attention mommy and daddy never gave you. Go fark yourself kid. shiat's evolved since then.

/old enough to remember when arcades were still hugely popular hangouts and Ataris and Intellivisions were still considered awesome.


Shut your whore mouth! Ataris and Intellivisions are still awesome.
 
2012-03-22 09:50:21 PM

onibara: rickycal78: way south: In my day when you won a game, it crashed. If it said so much as "You won!" then you were farking tripping balls at the high production value.

So what do you want? A medal? A cookie? Congratulations for being a jackass? Oh that's right you're a troll, what you want is the attention mommy and daddy never gave you. Go fark yourself kid. shiat's evolved since then.

/old enough to remember when arcades were still hugely popular hangouts and Ataris and Intellivisions were still considered awesome.

Shut your whore mouth! Ataris and Intellivisions are still awesome.


Hehe, good luck finding ones that still work, although I have considered picking up one of these for nostalgia. I know they have Intellivision emulators, but it's just not the same without those bulky controllers and cards for them that you had to swap out.
 
2012-03-22 10:16:19 PM

rickycal78: Hehe, good luck finding ones that still work, although I have considered picking up one of these for nostalgia. I know they have Intellivision emulators, but it's just not the same without those bulky controllers and cards for them that you had to swap out.


Nice find! Do they have one for Colecovision? How I'd love to play Mouse Trap again.
 
2012-03-22 10:27:58 PM

Duck_of_Doom: rickycal78: Hehe, good luck finding ones that still work, although I have considered picking up one of these for nostalgia. I know they have Intellivision emulators, but it's just not the same without those bulky controllers and cards for them that you had to swap out.

Nice find! Do they have one for Colecovision? How I'd love to play Mouse Trap again.


Not sure, haven't seen any console remakes of those style games, but I haven't been looking too hard. Also, be warned, that Atari console I linked? Doesn't come with some of the flagship games of yesteryear. I'm not sure if it's the licensing or what but they don't come with the big hits like Donkey Kong, Pitfall, Galaga/Galaxian, Kangaroo, Lunar Lander, Space Invaders, Pole Position, Frogger (although I think they included a renamed variation on it) or Pac Man and a few others I can't remember.
 
2012-03-23 01:23:47 AM
This is why I liked Fallout 3 and New Vegas's ending. Exhaustively going over in detail what results the Vault Dwellers/Courier's murderous escapades produced. Whereas in ME3, we don't see anything. All the loose ends are left hanging up in the air. It'd be like if Inception ended with Cobb never waking up. You'd be on FARK biatching about it too.
 
2012-03-23 08:33:15 AM

lamecomedian: scottydoesntknow:

I loved 98% of it, but it is far from a perfect game.

Why is there so much nerdrage about this game?

Because apparently, 98% is "far from perfect"


The ME games have problems with everything, except the story. The story is what made the series stand out. When the last five minutes of the story invalidate the rest of it, you're not left with much.
 
2012-03-23 09:45:19 AM

Freakman: lamecomedian: scottydoesntknow:

I loved 98% of it, but it is far from a perfect game.

Why is there so much nerdrage about this game?

Because apparently, 98% is "far from perfect"

The ME games have problems with everything, except the story. The story is what made the series stand out. When the last five minutes of the story invalidate the rest of it, you're not left with much.


When I said "I loved 98% of it" that was a biased opinion. If I had to review the game, I would've given it an 8. Knock a point off for technical issues like framerate drops, cutscene issues, loading issues (my armor/clothing can take 5-7 minutes to load) and another for the terrible ending.

But I'm an admitted fanboy so I could overlook the technical crap and appreciate the whole story. Mordin's & Legion's scenes go right under the ending for Red Dead Redemption as most heart-wrenching in a video game. And it was amazing for 98% of the ride, but as soon as that beam hits you, it all goes to shiat.

Like I said at the very top, 75 perfect scores is bullshiat.
 
2012-03-23 09:51:15 AM

scottydoesntknow: Freakman: lamecomedian: scottydoesntknow:

I loved 98% of it, but it is far from a perfect game.

Why is there so much nerdrage about this game?

Because apparently, 98% is "far from perfect"

The ME games have problems with everything, except the story. The story is what made the series stand out. When the last five minutes of the story invalidate the rest of it, you're not left with much.

When I said "I loved 98% of it" that was a biased opinion. If I had to review the game, I would've given it an 8. Knock a point off for technical issues like framerate drops, cutscene issues, loading issues (my armor/clothing can take 5-7 minutes to load) and another for the terrible ending.

But I'm an admitted fanboy so I could overlook the technical crap and appreciate the whole story. Mordin's & Legion's scenes go right under the ending for Red Dead Redemption as most heart-wrenching in a video game. And it was amazing for 98% of the ride, but as soon as that beam hits you, it all goes to shiat.

Like I said at the very top, 75 perfect scores is bullshiat.


XBOX?

/I accidentally installed it on my SSD, so nothing takes more than 2 seconds to load. I'm really appreciating that.
 
2012-03-23 11:30:45 AM

rickycal78: scottydoesntknow: SN1987a goes boom: 1.51% isn't a beating

I think it's more of a shock that their stock dropped at all after releasing what's (probably) their biggest title of the year.

Not to mention the price of a newly released game, only a few weeks old has dropped about $20. On the Microsoft site the price of the Xbox version of the game is down 20, and the price of the PC version is down 20 on Amazon. Hasn't even been out for a month yet.


Huh it's still full prices on amazon.Link (new window)
 
2012-03-23 11:41:19 AM

Wytchone: rickycal78: scottydoesntknow: SN1987a goes boom: 1.51% isn't a beating

I think it's more of a shock that their stock dropped at all after releasing what's (probably) their biggest title of the year.

Not to mention the price of a newly released game, only a few weeks old has dropped about $20. On the Microsoft site the price of the Xbox version of the game is down 20, and the price of the PC version is down 20 on Amazon. Hasn't even been out for a month yet.

Huh it's still full prices on amazon.Link (new window)


Odd, earlier this week it was showing $20 off on the PC version.
 
2012-03-23 11:57:25 AM
Seems then I missed out if it was then.

Anyone know if you can romance more then one person per game?
 
2012-03-23 01:32:32 PM
Wytchone Seems then I missed out if it was then.

Anyone know if you can romance more then one person per game?


Obligatory "OMG Dating Sim!" comment here. :p

Think you can boff Allers whilst hooked up with someone else, like Kelly in the 2nd game. Don't know, haven't tried it yet. Frankly, I don't care to try Space Snooki, so let us know ok? :)

Other than that, no. Have to choose between your LIs from 1st or 2nd (so no Liara/Tali threeway), or initiate a new one. Sad that the 2 LIs get shafted, especially for FemShep. SPOILERS Thane dies, and Jacob falls into a stereotype.
 
2012-03-23 01:40:53 PM

Duck_of_Doom: Sad that the 2 LIs get shafted, especially for FemShep. SPOILERS Thane dies, and Jacob falls into a stereotype.


Though the Garrus one goes from somewhat cute and absolutely hilarious in an awkward sort of way in ME2 to the best LI arc in the entire game in ME3, so there's that.
 
2012-03-23 01:46:58 PM
Perhaps the Starchild could force you into a Broshep/Femshep romance while he watched?
 
2012-03-23 02:22:40 PM

meyerkev: Duck_of_Doom: Sad that the 2 LIs get shafted, especially for FemShep. SPOILERS Thane dies, and Jacob falls into a stereotype.

Though the Garrus one goes from somewhat cute and absolutely hilarious in an awkward sort of way in ME2 to the best LI arc in the entire game in ME3, so there's that.


My girlfriend went with Jacob for ME2 because she couldn't imagine her Shepard with Garrus (she didn't play the first one, so she didn't have much attachment, plus you meet Jacob first in ME2). I told her she's gonna be disappointed in 3 (since Jacob is apparently an ass who does not want to keep the relationship going and knocks up another girl).
 
2012-03-23 02:40:45 PM

Duck_of_Doom: Wytchone Seems then I missed out if it was then.

Anyone know if you can romance more then one person per game?

Obligatory "OMG Dating Sim!" comment here. :p

Think you can boff Allers whilst hooked up with someone else, like Kelly in the 2nd game. Don't know, haven't tried it yet. Frankly, I don't care to try Space Snooki, so let us know ok? :)

Other than that, no. Have to choose between your LIs from 1st or 2nd (so no Liara/Tali threeway), or initiate a new one. Sad that the 2 LIs get shafted, especially for FemShep. SPOILERS Thane dies, and Jacob falls into a stereotype.


Why the Jessica Chobot hate? Im just tying to pull a Capt'n Kirk here. So I have to pick 2? bah
 
2012-03-23 02:57:16 PM

Wytchone: Why the Jessica Chobot hate?


Because in the game she looks less like Chobot and more like Snooki. They gave her a slammin' body though.
 
2012-03-23 03:20:03 PM

Duck_of_Doom: SPOILERS Thane dies, and Jacob falls into a stereotype.


Black rage?
 
2012-03-23 03:51:36 PM

Wytchone: Why the Jessica Chobot hate?


rickycal78: Because in the game she looks less like Chobot and more like Snooki. They gave her a slammin' body though.


I had no idea who this Chobot person was until after the game.
In game, I was totally jarred by her weird face and horrible voice acting, and couldn't for the life of me understand why I would ever want a reporter on the Normandy (RIP Emily Wong).

Then later I found out she was just an IGN incestuous "product person" placement who was just there to bang.
Hooray for wasted ME3 budget/resources, and inappropriate developer/review site relationships!
 
2012-03-23 03:54:36 PM
rickycal78 Wytchone: Why the Jessica Chobot hate?

Because in the game she looks less like Chobot and more like Snooki. They gave her a slammin' body though.


Yeah, the character she voices is fugly, all cleavage, but otherwise flat. NTTAWWT, but that's all her character is. The 5 War Assets she gives aren't worth it. On the bright side, there's bound to be a ton of Allers/Traynor slash.

MorePeasPlease Perhaps the Starchild could force you into a Broshep/Femshep romance while he watched?

Rule 34 my friend. It's out there, along with fanart of FemShep having Garrus' baby, or FemShep nursing Wrex's krogan/human babies.
 
2012-03-23 04:11:26 PM

Duck_of_Doom: Rule 34 my friend. It's out there, along with fanart of FemShep having Garrus' baby, or FemShep nursing Wrex's krogan/human babies.


Hmmm ... ARE YOU LISTENING TO THE FANS, BIOWARE?
 
2012-03-23 04:52:59 PM

MorePeasPlease: I had no idea who this Chobot person was until after the game.
In game, I was totally jarred by her weird face and horrible voice acting, and couldn't for the life of me understand why I would ever want a reporter on the Normandy (RIP Emily Wong).


The twitter account they had for Emily Wong and the Reapers was pretty damn cool. Loved the way the Reapers were hunting for her and how she eventually went out.
 
2012-03-24 08:05:59 AM

MorePeasPlease: Duck_of_Doom: Rule 34 my friend. It's out there, along with fanart of FemShep having Garrus' baby, or FemShep nursing Wrex's krogan/human babies.

Hmmm ... ARE YOU LISTENING TO THE FANS, BIOWARE?


I sense a great disturbance in the force, as if hundreds of Bioware employees suddenly went "Awww hell no".
 
2012-03-24 01:58:01 PM

Duck_of_Doom: rickycal78 Wytchone: Why the Jessica Chobot hate?

Because in the game she looks less like Chobot and more like Snooki. They gave her a slammin' body though.

Yeah, the character she voices is fugly, all cleavage, but otherwise flat. NTTAWWT, but that's all her character is. The 5 War Assets she gives aren't worth it. On the bright side, there's bound to be a ton of Allers/Traynor slash.

MorePeasPlease Perhaps the Starchild could force you into a Broshep/Femshep romance while he watched?

Rule 34 my friend. It's out there, along with fanart of FemShep having Garrus' baby, or FemShep nursing Wrex's krogan/human babies.


Oh DeviantArt, you live up to your name every time. But the best (straight) romance option for FemShep is Garrus hands down. He's so awkward cute!!! You're also best buddies!

He also isn't emo and doesn't farking yell at you when you show up at Horizon.

/Best Bioware Boyfriend is Alistair from DAO
//Emo != Romantic Bioware!!!!! PLEASE
 
2012-03-24 03:22:55 PM

shortymac: Oh DeviantArt, you live up to your name every time. But the best (straight) romance option for FemShep is Garrus hands down. He's so awkward cute!!! You're also best buddies!


Garrus is all kinds of awesome. Totally agree on that.

He also isn't emo and doesn't farking yell at you when you show up at Horizon.

Garrus has his emo moments too. Though emo title goes to Thane, no doubt about that. BW needs to dump the "dead wife" trope, it's old. On Horizon, we must respectfully disagree. Horizon was an abortion IMO. Shep's "hey 'sup! long time no see" and "durr, trust me even though I'm working for the bad guys" herp-a-derp made ME want to punch her.

Man, I really should get around to playing DA:O.
 
2012-03-24 03:47:44 PM

Duck_of_Doom: shortymac: Oh DeviantArt, you live up to your name every time. But the best (straight) romance option for FemShep is Garrus hands down. He's so awkward cute!!! You're also best buddies!

Garrus is all kinds of awesome. Totally agree on that.

He also isn't emo and doesn't farking yell at you when you show up at Horizon.

Garrus has his emo moments too. Though emo title goes to Thane, no doubt about that. BW needs to dump the "dead wife" trope, it's old. On Horizon, we must respectfully disagree. Horizon was an abortion IMO. Shep's "hey 'sup! long time no see" and "durr, trust me even though I'm working for the bad guys" herp-a-derp made ME want to punch her.

Man, I really should get around to playing DA:O.


Yeah, I don't like the way Bioware handled it.

If I was in a relationship with him I should have tried to, ya know, KISS HIM and SHOW HIM AFFECTION. They also didn't give me a chance to really explain myself at all or continue the relationship at all. I think they did that so it could fit everyone scenario.

I mean I can see him getting angry, but the e-mail he sends afterward and he just says "Well... maybe". Sorry, I'm not waiting around if you can't make up your mind.

Garrus was happy to see me and while he does get emo, he isn't emo 24/7.

I hated DA2 because you only had 2 options: emo Human and emo Elf. I picked emo Elf because at least he had a better reason for being emo.
 
2012-03-24 04:29:20 PM

shortymac: Yeah, I don't like the way Bioware handled it.

If I was in a relationship with him I should have tried to, ya know, KISS HIM and SHOW HIM AFFECTION. They also didn't give me a chance to really explain myself at all or continue the relationship at all. I think they did that so it could fit everyone scenario.


Agree completely. It was Kaidan who initiated the hug, after all. I think they showed the Virmire survivor (both Ashley and Kaidan) in a negative light in order to offer the player an out, to encourage starting a new relationship in ME2.

I mean I can see him getting angry, but the e-mail he sends afterward and he just says "Well... maybe". Sorry, I'm not waiting around if you can't make up your mind.

Garrus was happy to see me and while he does get emo, he isn't emo 24/7.


Neither is Kaidan. They both have their shiat together. I do like, though, how both Kaidan and Ash put Shepard in his/her place once or twice; they're shown as having respect but not being worshipful nor asskissers. BW deserves credit for writing non-one dimensional characters - all the characters they wrote in these games, right down to several NPCs, are memorable. Which is why it gets so damn infuriating when you think of the ending to ME3.
 
2012-03-24 07:15:02 PM
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