Skyheart posted on Feb 09, 2010 9:49:51 AM - Report post
Again, it was someone elses analogy which seemed appropriate at the time. My last post was kind of trying to move my example away from any actual named trilogies, but The Empire Strikes Back works and would have been better, yes.
"Remember the good old days when you could just slap Omni-Gel on everything?" - Shepard, ME2
"Not right now. Trying to determine how Scale Itch got aboard. Sexually transmitted disease carried only by Varren..... Implications unpleasant." - Mordin, ME2
StormchaserOne posted on Feb 09, 2010 11:49:33 PM - Report post
Actually with ME 2 the story evolves around Sidequests. Sidequests if you noticed played a role in ME 1 and brought in with ME 2.
Some examples are The Fan and Scan the Keeper.
Kialee posted on Feb 10, 2010 12:10:38 AM - Report post
I still find it hard to be faithful in ME2 with Alenko when he doesn't even want to talk to me.
StormchaserOne posted on Feb 10, 2010 12:16:34 AM - Report post
I wish I could kill that Meatbag Alenko. He is a whiny Meatbag soldier. One that reminds me of Carth "Cry Me a River" Onasis.
Dragarr posted on Feb 10, 2010 12:42:08 AM - Report post
Of course he reminds us all of Carth, same voice actor.
EverteMax posted on Feb 10, 2010 2:42:24 AM - Report post
1. It's a build up to ME3. Think of it as a 2 parts to 1 story. Something like matrix.
2. It does follow what its tag line says, "Assemble your team"
Lord Vader posted on Feb 10, 2010 6:25:40 AM - Report post
i agree. Empire Strikes Back is a better analogy than TT.
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