Who said he wasn't having a dream? This was his guilt over the people he couldn't save expressed in the form of a dream.
Indoctrination has some pretty clear signs that come along with it, none of which Shepard displays. The thought did cross my mind, but I just didn't see anything to back it up.
Also, there is no evidence that what you see at the end is anything more than an image that was pulled from Shepard's mind to be used as an interface to communicate.
[Edited by Nicon, 3/9/2012 2:11:36 PM]
This is new in ME3. Action is for players who LOVE Shooters but don't like all the talking and stuff. Dialogue is for players who are more STORY driven. The Dialogue choice allows you to have almost complete control of where the story goes... more in-depth and more involved. Action choice, the game makes those choices for you and lets you get back into Action faster.
I don't know how Action does the automatic dialogue choices for you... it may try to take a moderate approach to Paragon/Renegade, which IMO doesn't seem to fit right with the ME series. (I think Action was put in for people brand new to ME who had completely no idea what Mass Effect was and just bought the game because it's new and hyped).
Being privy to info is good to have :P
Although Bioware did change things before gold pressing. The boy was to be a girl, etc
He was being Indoctrinated for his option to control the reapers or to meld organics/synthetics.
I just wish i knew this before i chose it and played like 4 hours with out noticing Lol
[Edited by SIL3NT-DE4TH, 3/9/2012 5:17:33 PM]
I dont remember getting to choose that with my Char. import.
Even if I did, what is the point of Option 1? Will Shepard just randomly say something?