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Cool, something else to watch on YouTube.
Most likely gonna cost money. Money I don't have...
Of course I could always starve myself for a week or so.
Of course it's going to cost money... Who do you think you are getting REAL dlc for free?
I know... I already bought 800 extra Bioware points...
I heard that it'll cost $10.
Anyway...I'm optimistic, considering how good the Shadow Broker and Overlord DLCs were. I suppose time will tell though.
someone told me that you can change the ending with this dlc
well thats a reason to buy it
i still want something else than this extended cut
That someone lied.
This DLC will not give you a new ending. That's confirmed by Bioware.
I get the Vibe that leviathan is something to fight the reapers with, and the fact that it wont change the ending (according to your post at least) is kinda funny to me.
What's funny? The fact that people still seem to think EMS and Galactic Readiness is about winning the battle of Earth? Lol
Even if we get something worth a 1000 in war assets, it's not going to change anything.
Thing is though, it'll probably end up being a war asset.
Bioware said that the DLC will make some small changes to the ending. Likely a new clip showing the involvement of whatever assets are gained from the DLC.
Sure it's from IGN but it gives a bit of detail about it.
Hopefully it will expand the refusal ending. (Finally!)
Hmm, I can honestly say I'm not impressed.
...or maybe that's because I have been up for 20 hours atm.
Either way, I won't get it. Not even if it's free, lol.
This does interest me if only because of the underwater exploration scene(I love that ****, FF10) I'm curious about the reaper origin as well. I hope this means the star child is full of **** and I find out what those tentacle statue people are.
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