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    I don't think there's much for 1 & 2, but 3 has a fair amount of it.

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    Well since this thread is bumped, I might as well post that Mass Effect 3 Multiplayer is still somewhat alive. More importantly you have free reign to use Cheat Engine to give yourself unlimited credits and buy an endless stream of supply crates. Really feels nice knowing how hard it was to buy just a single one of them in the past.

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    Probably the most recommended mod ever if you're doing a series run is MEUITM for Mass Effect 1. Graphics overhaul for everything and it is worth every GB (Think its around 10-11GB). Definitely check out the youtube comparison, night and day changes. Around the first time I had it up and running, a few bugs made the game crash such as landing on a specific planet for a sidequest. Since the updates though I've 100%'d the game twice and all the issues are gone. Runs smooth with no hiccups.

    For Mass Effect 2 I suggest the Shorter loadings (animated - new version) mod. I think like everyone else we all got used to the insanely long loading times between landing and wandering off to do missions. What makes it worse is the game is designed to only load the area after the loading "video" is finished. This mod shaves off an average of 80% off the loading time. Much less annoying.

    For ME3 I never used any so I got nothing.
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    Used that one for my last ME1 run as well, it makes it look awesome.
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    Thanks for the input everyone, I got the MEUITM mod for Mass Effect 1, is there any like this mod for ME2 or are the textures fine in ME2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iamanerd View Post
    Thanks for the input everyone, I got the MEUITM mod for Mass Effect 1, is there any like this mod for ME2 or are the textures fine in ME2?
    I don't remember anything like this existing for ME2. I'd say textures in ME2 are quite outdated (were outdated even in 2010), but not to the point of getting into the way.
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    Alright, yeah the ME1 textures where pretty bad but once I put that MEUITM mod in it's a lot better. Also had to deal with getting the game to scale with 3440x1440, finally got the reticle to match where the bullets are going but the markers for NPCs/Enemies is off.
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    Hey everybody,

    So i've been playing Dragon Age: Inquisition for 2 weeks now and i think its really good. Because of that i wanted to try out ME3 too but after watching some "lets play" videos i dont know if its the game for me. I get the impression that ME3 is trying a bit to hard in pushing the "rule of cool" thing. Villians are named Reavers, good guys are SPECTRE agents, main character is a badass, crewmember named Joker and another crewmember said "this is Locooooo". Thats all before the Mars mission even started. I looked up some weapon names and even those sound kinda lame. Mantis...Scimitar...Katana...Shuriken...what the fuck? I know that those are all petty things to be complaining about. But not sure if i want to play the game if along every step of the way i gotta listen or see this crap. I dont flip out over seeing "cool" looking armor or weapons that have "badass" sounding names. But i tend to get annoyed when i see enough of it in a game.

    BUT

    I'm willing to overlook those things if the dialogue including the misc party banter system is good. I dont like dialogue/cutscenes that has a lot of posturing or grandstanding and i prefer it to be a bit more humble. So how is the dialogue? how does it compare to DA:I? again i'm not just looking at main quest related dialogue/cutscenes. I'd like to know what the misc stuff looks like too. Like i saw a cutscene where Shepard and EDI got locked into a capsule and Shep was like "i dont sound like that? i cant believe i sound like that?" and EDI was all "we're going to be stuck in here forever" and "Shep you need to focus on this problem" and Shep kinda just snaps out of it and has his robot or whatever unlock the capsule from the outside. Thats the kind of funny interaction that i like to see. And i'm wondering how much of that ME3 has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notanmmmonewbie View Post
    Hey everybody,

    So i've been playing Dragon Age: Inquisition for 2 weeks now and i think its really good. Because of that i wanted to try out ME3 too but after watching some "lets play" videos i dont know if its the game for me. I get the impression that ME3 is trying a bit to hard in pushing the "rule of cool" thing. Villians are named Reavers, good guys are SPECTRE agents, main character is a badass, crewmember named Joker and another crewmember said "this is Locooooo". Thats all before the Mars mission even started. I looked up some weapon names and even those sound kinda lame. Mantis...Scimitar...Katana...Shuriken...what the fuck? I know that those are all petty things to be complaining about. But not sure if i want to play the game if along every step of the way i gotta listen or see this crap. I dont flip out over seeing "cool" looking armor or weapons that have "badass" sounding names. But i tend to get annoyed when i see enough of it in a game.

    BUT

    I'm willing to overlook those things if the dialogue including the misc party banter system is good. I dont like dialogue/cutscenes that has a lot of posturing or grandstanding and i prefer it to be a bit more humble. So how is the dialogue? how does it compare to DA:I? again i'm not just looking at main quest related dialogue/cutscenes. I'd like to know what the misc stuff looks like too. Like i saw a cutscene where Shepard and EDI got locked into a capsule and Shep was like "i dont sound like that? i cant believe i sound like that?" and EDI was all "we're going to be stuck in here forever" and "Shep you need to focus on this problem" and Shep kinda just snaps out of it and has his robot or whatever unlock the capsule from the outside. Thats the kind of funny interaction that i like to see. And i'm wondering how much of that ME3 has.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notanmmmonewbie View Post
    Hey everybody,

    So i've been playing Dragon Age: Inquisition for 2 weeks now and i think its really good. Because of that i wanted to try out ME3 too but after watching some "lets play" videos i dont know if its the game for me. I get the impression that ME3 is trying a bit to hard in pushing the "rule of cool" thing. Villians are named Reavers, good guys are SPECTRE agents, main character is a badass, crewmember named Joker and another crewmember said "this is Locooooo". Thats all before the Mars mission even started. I looked up some weapon names and even those sound kinda lame. Mantis...Scimitar...Katana...Shuriken...what the fuck? I know that those are all petty things to be complaining about. But not sure if i want to play the game if along every step of the way i gotta listen or see this crap. I dont flip out over seeing "cool" looking armor or weapons that have "badass" sounding names. But i tend to get annoyed when i see enough of it in a game.

    BUT

    I'm willing to overlook those things if the dialogue including the misc party banter system is good. I dont like dialogue/cutscenes that has a lot of posturing or grandstanding and i prefer it to be a bit more humble. So how is the dialogue? how does it compare to DA:I? again i'm not just looking at main quest related dialogue/cutscenes. I'd like to know what the misc stuff looks like too. Like i saw a cutscene where Shepard and EDI got locked into a capsule and Shep was like "i dont sound like that? i cant believe i sound like that?" and EDI was all "we're going to be stuck in here forever" and "Shep you need to focus on this problem" and Shep kinda just snaps out of it and has his robot or whatever unlock the capsule from the outside. Thats the kind of funny interaction that i like to see. And i'm wondering how much of that ME3 has.
    I think you should play the whole trilogy, starting with ME1. Then you will understand the reasoning behind most of those names.

    And in general, I don't recommend people to start with ME3: many things just won't make sense if you haven't played the previous games, and a lot of references to previous games that make Bioware games so good will be lost to you.

    Without a completionist playthrough, you can finish Mass Effect 1 in around 25-30 hours, and Mass Effect 2 in maybe 30 hours. Well worth it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by May90 View Post
    I think you should play the whole trilogy, starting with ME1. Then you will understand the reasoning behind most of those names.

    And in general, I don't recommend people to start with ME3: many things just won't make sense if you haven't played the previous games, and a lot of references to previous games that make Bioware games so good will be lost to you.

    Without a completionist playthrough, you can finish Mass Effect 1 in around 25-30 hours, and Mass Effect 2 in maybe 30 hours. Well worth it!
    People said the same thing with DAI and that i should play the first two to understand the story, but i understand it just fine. And not sure if you meant weapon names or the organization names but i dont think me knowing the backstory isn't going to make me like it anymore hehe. There are other reasons why i hate cool or badass sounding callsigns. One of my old jobs the bosses assigned these cool or menacing sounding radio callsigns like "Cobra", "Viper" or whatever. But the guy with the callsign is some dude riding a golfcart or a tiny little forklift. Lets just say that i dont like it, might not like it, if i play just ME3 i *might* come to like it but of course i wont know until i try it right? and if that hurts the feelings of people like smoteme12? well, i dont give a shit.

    But like i said it actually doesnt matter cause i can ignore that stuff that i dislike if the dialogue is really good. The only thing that got me to play DAI was seeing videos of funny party banter. I didnt know what combat was like, didnt know what the main story was about or anything like that. The funny party talk was all i started playing for. And once i started playing i actually came to like everything else about the game like the combat, setting and NPC backgrounds despite not knowing anything about it before buying the game. So thats what i'm wanting to know is if ME3 is the same way with its dialogue. Like does it feel like you are listening to your crew actually talk like real people? or do they sound like robots or what a writer THINKS people should sound like when they talk about mundane shit or cracking jokes. Like in one of the ME3 videos i saw Ashley i think it was having a convo with EDI about how she wanted to bang her sexy AI voice or something. And male shep is there listening in and i think Tali was her name was talking about eating cheese through her filter and a minute later she's saying how she might have eaten toxic cheese instead of the good cheese and how she now needs to take some antidote or medicine. See thats the kind of funny stuff i want to see...two women on one side talking about having sex with a voice and on the other a friend just poisoned herself with bad cheese.

    EDIT: to put it more simply on one hand i've listed a few minor dislikes. On the other hand i've listed one MAJOR like. If the game has that one thing that i like then screw my dislikes i'll try it out. Doesn't matter to me what anyone else likes or dislikes about the game, i only care about what i want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notanmmmonewbie View Post
    I get the impression that ME3 is trying a bit to hard in pushing the "rule of cool" thing. Villians are named Reavers, good guys are SPECTRE agents, main character is a badass, crewmember named Joker and another crewmember said "this is Locooooo". Thats all before the Mars mission even started. I looked up some weapon names and even those sound kinda lame.
    I don't think you are a troll because why bother after all of this time but your response is practically what a person just looking to rile things up would type. Whats wrong with the bad guys being called Reapers? Its what they do. The saga of ME 1-3 is a very orchestrated process put on by the Villains until the Protheans and Humans mess with it up to re-write the ending.

    Not all of the Good guys are Spectre agents and I don't see anything wrong with that name. Its an acronym and its meaning fits what their role normally is. The main villain of ME1 was a Spectre agent. Of course it is going to focus on a spectre agent though since that is what the player character is. Joker is the nickname because that is the story of the character. And James is Hispanic in origin so of course he will mix the Spanish language into his speech. It is common in the real world and isn't a "rule of cool".

    If the names of weapons are too "badass" and the armor is too "cool" then you might as well just pass on the game. Because I have a feeling the dialogue and party banter system will be pushing the "rule of cool" just as much. Besides if you like funny interaction yet don't like someone named joker (because they are known for funny interactions) then it sounds like you are conflicted and trying to light a fire that died years ago.
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    Dragon age isnt really that consistent with the same cast members, when people say uou should playmthe whole trilogy of mass effect they arent kidding, its needed. These games are a whole in a singular story, you really cant skip in this trilogy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notanmmmonewbie View Post
    People said the same thing with DAI and that i should play the first two to understand the story, but i understand it just fine. And not sure if you meant weapon names or the organization names but i dont think me knowing the backstory isn't going to make me like it anymore hehe. There are other reasons why i hate cool or badass sounding callsigns. One of my old jobs the bosses assigned these cool or menacing sounding radio callsigns like "Cobra", "Viper" or whatever. But the guy with the callsign is some dude riding a golfcart or a tiny little forklift. Lets just say that i dont like it, might not like it, if i play just ME3 i *might* come to like it but of course i wont know until i try it right? and if that hurts the feelings of people like smoteme12? well, i dont give a shit.

    But like i said it actually doesnt matter cause i can ignore that stuff that i dislike if the dialogue is really good. The only thing that got me to play DAI was seeing videos of funny party banter. I didnt know what combat was like, didnt know what the main story was about or anything like that. The funny party talk was all i started playing for. And once i started playing i actually came to like everything else about the game like the combat, setting and NPC backgrounds despite not knowing anything about it before buying the game. So thats what i'm wanting to know is if ME3 is the same way with its dialogue. Like does it feel like you are listening to your crew actually talk like real people? or do they sound like robots or what a writer THINKS people should sound like when they talk about mundane shit or cracking jokes. Like in one of the ME3 videos i saw Ashley i think it was having a convo with EDI about how she wanted to bang her sexy AI voice or something. And male shep is there listening in and i think Tali was her name was talking about eating cheese through her filter and a minute later she's saying how she might have eaten toxic cheese instead of the good cheese and how she now needs to take some antidote or medicine. See thats the kind of funny stuff i want to see...two women on one side talking about having sex with a voice and on the other a friend just poisoned herself with bad cheese.

    EDIT: to put it more simply on one hand i've listed a few minor dislikes. On the other hand i've listed one MAJOR like. If the game has that one thing that i like then screw my dislikes i'll try it out. Doesn't matter to me what anyone else likes or dislikes about the game, i only care about what i want.
    I think Dragon Age series is different from Mass Effect in this regard. Dragon Age games aren't connected to each other much, the protagonists are different, almost all characters you interact with are different... While it is still better to play all 3 games, you can start with DA2 or DAI just fine. Mass Effect is different: protagonist is the same, a lot of characters are the same in all 3 games; essentially, 3 games are 3 parts of one large game. ME2/3 are made with the assumption that the player has played ME1, in which a lot of the lore is explained, including weapon names, that come from various companies selling them and giving them a memorable name + version. Also, Joker is named Joker for a reason - he explains it in Mass Effect 1 too. Again, you can play ME3 alone and still understand a lot, but I think you will be missing a huge lot if you do so - while DAI is much more standalone, and you can understand almost everything there without having played the previous games. Overall, ME lore is incredibly detailed, almost everything there is explained, so, again, you only get full experience if you play through the entire series.

    You are probably talking about Citadel DLC. It is pretty hilarious, but there is a lot of humor in the main game too, especially involving Javik - that guy is awesome.

    And yes, I agree with you, I try to find things I like in games and stick with them. Finishing Morrowind now: I hated a lot of aspects of the game (atrocious combat, bugs, repetitive one-dimensional quests, bugs, broken balance and a lot of opportunities to become powerful through cheese, bugs, strange leveling system, oh, and did I mention bugs?), but the freedom of exploration, interesting lore and a large variety of things to do won me over. Next comes Oblivion and Skyrim!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhorle View Post
    I don't think you are a troll because why bother after all of this time but your response is practically what a person just looking to rile things up would type. Whats wrong with the bad guys being called Reapers? Its what they do. The saga of ME 1-3 is a very orchestrated process put on by the Villains until the Protheans and Humans mess with it up to re-write the ending.

    Not all of the Good guys are Spectre agents and I don't see anything wrong with that name. Its an acronym and its meaning fits what their role normally is. The main villain of ME1 was a Spectre agent. Of course it is going to focus on a spectre agent though since that is what the player character is. Joker is the nickname because that is the story of the character. And James is Hispanic in origin so of course he will mix the Spanish language into his speech. It is common in the real world and isn't a "rule of cool".

    If the names of weapons are too "badass" and the armor is too "cool" then you might as well just pass on the game. Because I have a feeling the dialogue and party banter system will be pushing the "rule of cool" just as much. Besides if you like funny interaction yet don't like someone named joker (because they are known for funny interactions) then it sounds like you are conflicted and trying to light a fire that died years ago.
    You know how people will troll and then say that they arent trying to troll? well i'm actually *not* trolling whether anyone believes me is up to you guys.

    Anyways the background for the names dont mean much to me its just that i find them cheesy. Its like in those old Vietnam movies how you always have that guy named Tex or whatever. There was a guy nicknamed "Tex" in Platoon and Tom Hanks even poked fun at the guy in Forrest Gump named "Tex" and he goes on to say that he doesnt know where Tex is from. But ME3 Joker that just seems cliche'd or overused to me. Just like how you had that Tex guy. Ohh and for the Hispanic guy thing? you ever notice how some multilingual people will speak english with no accent and then their native language with no accent. And then there are other people who speak english with no accent and then their native language with an accent. I'm Filipino and my middle name is Spanish in origin i has that symbol that looks like the tilde above the N. But when i say my full middle i dont say it with a spanish accent. Its just one of those things when two different people say things different ways it gives you pause.

    And yah for the banter system i was hoping that it wouldnt be like Life is Strange. Where it seems like the writer is trying too hard to connect with its readers. I dont know if that makes any sense. Trying to connect with the reader and trying to use "hip" or "cool" phrases.

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    Yah Shepard is the main character in all ME games right? and in DAI you have the inquisitor which i know is different from the main character of DAO and DA2. Yah that would kinda suck. Well does dialogue in ME3 have lots of references to past events as if you know about them? doesnt seem like it would be good game design to make dialogue not make sense to someone jumping right into the series. I think i read something about a comic book intro that explains what happened in the past? LOL i just hope they dont do how movies try to explain gaps in time that you dont see as a viewer by adding lines like "remember that time in Bangkok? ohh man that was crazy wasnt it?".

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    You think Dragon Age: Inquisition is "really good" and assume that Mass Effect is trying too hard....ok.

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    You think Dragon Age: Inquisition is "really good" and assume that Mass Effect is trying too hard....ok.
    I could explain the things in DAI that i thought were "really good" and the things that i thought ME3 was "trying too hard" at but i have a feeling that you'll only reply back with an "OK". Since you like short answers then i'll give you a short answer.

    This game has apples and i like apples. That game has oranges and i hate oranges. Can anyone tell me if that game has apples in it too?

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    you really need to play through whole trilogy if you are really interested in Mass effect universe. especially since its on sale right now on origin. not only does the story and characters make more sense - but dialogue is actualy better in first two games. you are not wrong about ME3 relying too much on "rule of cool" it does. and the names are the least of it.

    spoiler alert for Joker's character

    Joker has Vrolik's disease, aka brittle bones, so being a sarcastic smartass was his way of dealing with his disability and all the adversity it created for him. the nickname stuck to his preference as well

    it IS possible to understand ME3 as a new player, in fact, while there are a LOT of references to past games (assuming you imported) - one of its issues is that it was created as an entry point for a new player, so you get a default game state that lacks a lot of the prior references. the drawback of that is that you get a lot of the "bad" outcomes, since better outcomes require prior game decisions. there IS a dlc, called mass effect genesis 2 that allows you to make some of the prior game's choices, but its not ideal. like at all. can't remember if its free, or paid.

    in any case, while me3 has improved on gameplay - as far as story and dialogue goes, its a downgrade from the first two games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witchblade77 View Post
    you really need to play through whole trilogy if you are really interested in Mass effect universe. especially since its on sale right now on origin. not only does the story and characters make more sense - but dialogue is actualy better in first two games. you are not wrong about ME3 relying too much on "rule of cool" it does. and the names are the least of it.

    spoiler alert for Joker's character

    Joker has Vrolik's disease, aka brittle bones, so being a sarcastic smartass was his way of dealing with his disability and all the adversity it created for him. the nickname stuck to his preference as well

    it IS possible to understand ME3 as a new player, in fact, while there are a LOT of references to past games (assuming you imported) - one of its issues is that it was created as an entry point for a new player, so you get a default game state that lacks a lot of the prior references. the drawback of that is that you get a lot of the "bad" outcomes, since better outcomes require prior game decisions. there IS a dlc, called mass effect genesis 2 that allows you to make some of the prior game's choices, but its not ideal. like at all. can't remember if its free, or paid.

    in any case, while me3 has improved on gameplay - as far as story and dialogue goes, its a downgrade from the first two games.
    Ohh dang i'll have to check out that Origin sale then.

    But the main reason i want to see ME3 is more for the party banter/interaction system than anything else. Story is cool i assume it isnt super terrible so i'm not too worried about it. I mentioned in my first post how i was interested in the quality of misc dialogue as well. In my second post i mentioned that i started playing DAI after seeing some funny party banter videos. That wasnt an exaggeration hehe...i saw one 30min video of funny party banter and i said wow i need to try that game out. So far i dont regret it...but with ME3 i know a bit more about the game already so i'm a bit hesitant to jump right into the game. Also i looked on youtube a bit and there are a LOT of videos out there so its harder to find what i'm looking for to give me an idea of if this game has exactly what i want.

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