Comment posted BioWare’s Decision: The Relationship Between Developers and Their Audience by googergieger.
We aren’t really talking art here though. We are talking phoned in. We aren’t even talking phoned in. We are talking phoned their butlers to phone it in for them. I won’t buy change the ending dlc myself. I won’t stop buying things from Bioware. However I will no longer give them the benefit of a doubt. It will take a lot for me to buy a game from them and even then, it’ll probably be used if not wait a year to get it cheap. With that said, the ending was about the fifth thing wrong with this game. The entire script throughout the game felt and read like a script writing for dummies mad lib. Mass Effect 3 wasn’t artists making their art. It wasn’t directors/writers/actors making the best possible game/movie/t.v. show/etc they could. It was producers making the most successful product they could. Story was clearly second when it came to this game. Which is a shame considering how much I did love the gameplay. Even though the rolling/melee/climbing/etc all seemed rather pointless.