Mass Effect 3 Discussion
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Yeah, when they changed the ammo system over from being heat based to a more traditional type of ammo system I took it in stride, because they actually gave a reason in-game for why it had been done.
But that is how people are, they expect some kind of vaunted perfection in every game. I think many gamers now-a-days have become too jaded.
[Edited by ZZGashi, 2/22/2012 1:53:38 AM]
They cry about how the mechanics of the game changed or how there's not enough ammo...BLAH,BLAH,BLAH.
I have played both Me1 And ME2 with and without cheats.I had fun and no problems what-so-ever either way i played.
In fact i'm loading up ME2 right now on my PS3 to play again in honor of ME3.
On ammo, I kinda prefer heat clips to just waiting for your weapon to cool down. It adds more strategy to the game due to having to use your ammo sparingly/accurately, though there's so many clips lying around every area you rarely run out.
The biggest complaint I hear is that it's become a shooter rather than an RPG, but the simple fact is, is that BioWare have never sold ME as a solid RPG. Hell, most of the things I've read straight from BioWare have referred to it as a game with shooter than RPG elements. Ah well, as you say, there'll always be complainers. And as I've pointed out before, the complainers will always seem like the biggest percentage, but that's only because everyone else is too busy enjoying the game.
And Sky add more perfect points we are just epic and sky I thought a parcel that came today was my game am so desperate to play.
I like the shooter better anyways. And I hate that by RPG people think that it means 3rd person view. Just because something has 3rd person view does NOT make it an RPG.
I don't care what they sold ME as, all I care is about ME 3 and the ultra pwnage I aim to bring to the Reapers.
Though I'm a bit interested about how things will work with the save imports since the previous versions of ME weren't originally for Origin (lol).
Right I talked about the saves before I think.
To me the game has been always more of an Action with some Role Playing in it. No matter how you do it an RPG can be in any view. Just preeminently that RPG's are done in 3rd view. But then again anything with much control in the game via dialogue and consequences could be classed as an RPG to.
Serv covered the features of importing saves pretty well, but if you mean formats, ME uses its own save format which isn't tied to the platform it's being played on (located in My Documents\BioWare\Mass Effect #, though you probably already know that).
So you can make a save in ME1 using the retail version, import that save into ME2 on Steam, then import that save into ME3 on Origin with no problem.
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