You make a good point, but I never play games solely for a certain character. Whether the main character dies or not shouldn't affect how you view a future game. Halo: Reach was one of my favorites in the entire Halo series (Not showcasing Masterchief) and most of the team died. Another Mass Effect game is worth keeping a close eye on.
Its still going to be in the MS Universe. There's going to be lots of new places see n visit, along with different races to interact with. Hopefully a whole new story line. I wont mind if there is refrences to the old ME's because that would be neat as it would mean that it would feel like the Universe is huge.
As for how they ended the Original ME. I can see how people would be upset. But those people need to calm down, enjoy the game and how it go's. The ending I thought was good. The three choice system is alright. But to me it felt like it suited. As for Shepard dieing. I felt that was the right way to go.
Why? Becuase to me it suits it ending for the Repear invasion part. Its something that is always controverisal. But as I said it suits. I feel that some one dieing for what they believe in is much more powerfull than it being done and they live. But again that is my own opinion.
I believe it's really unfortunate that the 15 minutes of ending/s for ME3 ruined the game and series for some. I really enjoyed the gameplay and no matter which ending, it's not going to change the fact that I enjoyed playing.
I didn't think the most memorable bad guy was the Reapers either. It was those blasted Banshees. I made the mistake of using one too many options on the trainer fighting them and they became almost impossible to beat.
Mass Effect ended for me after ME3 and I think that's the way it was intended. I compare games and series to what's coming out now. It will always be one of my favorite plays.
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