At least they are doing something. Worst ending for a game/game series that otherwise was just outstanding ever. You know when even the strongest Bioapologists like me think it outright stinks that it does indeed stink.
They don't understand. I didn't need a happy ending with all my squadmates living happily ever after.
I know why they aren't changing the ending, since that would take an insane amount of work to fix it in a patch, but it doesn't mean I have to be satisfied with some clarification DLC. That's not addressing the main issues with the ending, that's just trying to justify it some more.
Actually I think they do understand by now why people hate the ending and I think they'll try to do everything they can to appease as many of the complaints they had as possible. (The bleak outlook at the end being one of them.)
I never expected them to completely remove the ending but so far my two greatest fears have been alleviated.
1: That they're doing nothing
2:They're doing something but for 1600 Microsoft points.
Last edited by RipsADrive: 04-05-2012 at 01:52 PM.
At least Bioware is semi-acknowledging the deficiencies in the story and ending of ME3.
When us StarCraft 2 fans who bickered about the story for WoL we were quite literally met with deaf ears.
One fan even went as far as writing up and posting a massive essay on all the major, and quite obvious, plot holes, contradictions, contrived scenarios, and retcons. It also became one of the largest threads on the Blizz forums.
What I managed to glean from the tweets that the added content is going to be much more than just a few cinematics. There will likely be additional combat sequences and dialogue choices related to your EMS and the voice actors will be involved.
Another good move to make the DLC free though. I'm almost positive that it wouldn't be if people were raving about the game.