The only complaint I have about this game is that their are so few characters to chose from. Would've liked to see at least the same amount as in Mass Effect 2. Other than that Mass Effect 3 is as fun as I expected it to be. The ending was fantastic.
posted by Akkihime (BAY SAINT LOUIS, MS) Mar 13, 2012
Member since Nov 2011
When I arrived at the end of Mass Effect 3 I felt very satisfied. The entire game was a very enjoyable experience, the story telling elements are fantastic, and ignoring raging fanboi crys of anger, I enjoyed the ending (I picked the last option) and thought it was an excellent conclusion for Bioware's epic space trilogy (And here I was thinking there was only room in my heart for one Sci-Fi Trilogy). One of the elements they have revamped is the planet scanning system into almost a mini-game scenario, so it no longer seems like a grind. The previous versions of the system were my biggest complaints about the games. I highly recommend it to all my fellow sci-fi loving rpg nerds out there.
This game was a great way to end the series, i dont know why people complain so much. Not every game needs to end like a fairy tale, this game was real with real consequnces. Yes the game play got repetative, and the sidequests give no detail at all, but in all I love this series and the way EA and Bioware kicked but with it. Not to mention the way thy mixed in multiplayer with the game was great. In order to get expertly ready you need to play both sides, considering on most other games i dont touch the multiplayer