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Or least,play through more than once,mabye you'll actually understand the ending a little better.
END OF TOPIC.
At least for me.
Done and dusted
But you are playing a game that shows the universe is arbitrary and cruel from the very first game. From the first game on you were shown millions dying, the indifference of government. You are playing a character that goes around the galaxy killing all kinds of people and things, beings with families and lives. He even wipes out a system with over 300,000 so he can save others. That's a pretty "serious" resolution there.
Who says life does not go on, where does it state that at the end? Where does it state there is no future? Life does indeed go on, just not like before. There is a future now, one with no interference from the reapers. If people need to escape life that much maybe they should play games without so much killing and destruction.
There could be at least one more ending thats happer! (note for some reason the vote button is not working for me).
Edit: Had to use FF to get it to work. Hmmmm there site seems to be failing with me. I tried to post that line and it crashed some sort of script :s
[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 3/11/2012 11:26:46 PM]
After playing through the final chapter again I noticed things more than I did the first time.
Shepard passes out heading to the console, then you see him being raised up on a lift (or whatever you want to call it).
He wakes up in the Catalyst with the "god boy".
Funny thing is why does this boy look like the boy that gets killed in the beginning, which is the same as in his nightmares.
Not once does Shepard seem surprised its the same boy.
I'm thinking maybe this is all happening in his head, like what is being talked about over at the Bioware forum.
I'm starting to think since Bioware/EA are keeping very quiet on the "uproar" they have had something planned from the beginning.
Because all in all, it was a very weak ending for a huge story.
But was it done on purpose, this is Bioware after all..
[Edited by Supersize, 3/11/2012 11:58:52 PM]
Says who? Just because, Sheppard's storyline is done with, doesn't mean we'll never see another game in the Mass Effect universe.
I like the fact that there is some ambiguity in the downtrodden end. It's anti-Hollywood sappiness. Something that's sorely needed. I'm disgusted by the boatloads of titles that tie everything up in nice little rainbows of fluffy happiness. That's not reality, and not something this series needs (as a certain character puts it succinctly, humanity desires to save all people - that doesn't/can't happen in war).
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