true...and i know the waiting's killing us all...but for me the dlc's have been a painkiller of sorts. and trust me...based on what we've experienced so far...ME3 is going to be worth the wait.
You do understand that when a DLC is in development they do not use the entire team to design it? Much less what do you expect the specialist to do once they are done with their part, sure they are used to help out other members of the design team but they don't know how to do everything. Better off using their talent than letting it go to waste.
Just because DLC is out it does not contribute to the pushed back time, maybe they wanted to include something else, fix another major bug, or just truthfully take a break.
At least they are making ME3.
true fan or not i'd go with the former. and another awesome dlc wouldn't hurt and as TMH rightly said...just because another dlc's on the way it doesn't mean that ME3's release date gets pushed back or maybe it already has since they haven't specified a release date to begin with
[Edited by saurabhfzd, 1/3/2011 10:57:29 PM]
In fact these DLC's would keep me hooked to the Mass Effect world so the waiting time for Mass Effect 3 wouldn't seem too long. This is the theory of relativity, my friends!
100 people would help to produce the game faster than 90 people.
Also about being released early with bugs, having an increased workforce means they can iron out the bugs quicker so the game will have the same quality and will be released sooner.
I'm just saying that I don't want to have the time that I have to wait for ME3 to be increased because of some DLC that I'm not even going to play.
Edit; @ HG but in the same length that you feel the wait time has decreased by playing DLC it has not increased nor decreased.
[Edited by Rise_Against, 1/4/2011 3:27:05 AM]
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