Grease is on the way for squeaky wheeled gamers unsatisfied with Mass Effect 3
Shortly after the release of Mass Effect 3, the last in the Mass Effect trilogy of sci-fi action games, users started grumbling about the story’s ending. Complaints were so loud and came in so quickly that the game’s maker, Bioware, has decided to do something about it by re-tooling the game’s storyline to include different endings.
The BBC reports: “Through the series, which made its debut in 2007, players would make choices over how to continue within the game. They’ve been promised that these decisions, of which there were over 1000, would impact the conclusion. However, thousands complained that Mass Effect 3 only had three alternative endings, with no significant differences between them.”
George Lucas, do you see what’s happening here?!?
Quick, someone figure out a way to contact all the Mass Effect 3 fans and get them to convince David Simon to write another season of the Wire.
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