The title explains it all but this group is a fan group for the Video Games Mass Effect 1 (ME1), Mass Effect 2 (ME2), and Mass Effect 3 (ME3). This is the place to post images, videos and news about the Mass Effect Universe, comics and games.
The following is just a collection of my thoughts and feelings about the ending of the game, there are no spoilers but if you want to refrain from reading that is fine.
Posted by Admiral-165 on Mar 12th, 2012
I'm sure by now most people have beaten the game, and i'm sure about 1 in 1000 people who beat the game actually LIKE the ending. Myself, the last 10 minutes truly killed the series for me (i'm in the process of replaying ME1 and 2 now just to gain up my sanity again lol).
Now for those of you who haven't beaten the game, keep hearing about how bad it is and think we are way over-exaggerating? Well i thought the exact same way until i got to the ending of this game... It's not good, really really not good. It's a shame too because the rest of the game was spot-on in my opinion (as was the rest of the series)
That being said there are ways you (the angry player) can get your opinions out:
Please take a minute to vote on those polls and feel free to post your thoughts on this thread:
(you may need to register your EA account with ME3 before you can post there. There will probably be spoilers there so be careful)
I'd also like to briefly address the people who believe in the 'hallucination' theory: You're deriving a conclusion from the LACK of information (as opposed to the normal way of finding a conclusion FROM information). Yes some of your points do make sense, but as i just stated, there is nothing to back it up because you're concluding from the holes left in the plot. It's wishful thinking in my opinion.
Also i would like to state that i'm not angry about Shep dying, it was kind of obvious he was going to. My gripe is the fact that there is NO 'good' ending, they didn't even try. And if you've beaten the game you know what happens... Every ending is depressing beyond all belief, not to mention so surreal in who you talk to at the end.
And one more thing: None of the choices you made in the last two games (plus ME3 leading up to the ending) even mattered, you could've done nothing and got the same ending... way to go.