Yeah I'm ok with the ending events, its just that it was extremely badly executed. It was like they suddenly realized they didn't have enough room on the disc and cut an hour of content or something.
Diablo is focussed on the action part, not the RPG. I do hope no one picked it up expecting a robust and engaging storyline, because it has always been just a thin veiled excuse to go out and kill stuff. Some people enjoy that, others don't and that's all there really is to it.
I personally grow bored within minutes playing sports games. That doesn't make them bad, they're just not my cup of tea.
Heck, I'm not into shooters at all. ME has proven to be the exception that proves the rule I guess.
I didnt expect a mindblowing storyline.
Im just amused that, by looking at the achievements, that blizz expects people to click their way through 40 playthroughs.
It was fun at first, but smashing the buttons like a retridin gets old fast without an engaging storyline.
You and I might not be up for that, but there will be other players who do. Going through the Mass Effect series is something many people will be up for doing more than 2-3 times. But those who do will probably be contributing to this post.
Sometimes, when I choose resume in Mass Effect 3, it throws me straight into the Synthesis ending.
I think it's trying to tell me something.
Finally got the Smash-Atlas-faceplate-and-hijack-it achievement!
This thread totally just reminded me. I plan on doing an insanity run in ME3. I have a level 56 infiltrator but I don't think NG+ is the best way to go for insane is it? What class would you guys recommend using and how to spec it?
"We all make choices, but in the end our choices make us." - Andrew Ryan
Was intense :\
(Didn't know you could change difficulty on 1st mission and have it count)
Started Insane on 3 with my adept in NG+, ended up getting annoyed at everything when I thought about the ending and not played SP since about a week after release.