I'm conflicted again
I'm on the Collector ship, and I'm a Soldier.
Do I want the Revenant, Claymore, or Widow?
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I decided to start up ME1 again, used an old character to start a new game. I am currently a level 56 soldier with 9999999 credits, spectre level gear with level 10 mods for all squad weapons and armor. I'm literally just charging through enemies on Insanity, its fun.
though he hasn't posted in like a week and a half, probably getting himself a doctor or something
That locust/hellghast stuff is total trollin.
so what is the day one DLC? I heard that the Prothean Squadmate is one of them
Jackald is sucking hard at ME1
do we know if it's paid DLC or a zaeed type thing?
time for today's installment of "omg dlc >:(("
Thanks to the utterly terrifying wind (30mph+) in NYC, the NY ME3SPACE thing got moved to Pennsylvania so that the wind would carry it to New York. I have a strange feeling I'm not going to get a copy of ME3 today.
Not that I'd necessarily want the 360 version while I have my PC N7 Edition preordered, but...
And now they're just launching the balloon, no copies. Guessing people who reach the site will get copies early or for free.
The guy that made that graph misused "laid off". Obviously, Laid off means you lose your job, he wasn't trying to say that the teams working on the game would lose their career once they completed their goal for the game. The guy was meaning to say that they would completely stop working on ME3, and move on to another project if that scenario was true. The fact the TB couldn't realize that, makes him a whole lot less credible and just shows he's losing his focus on the issue.
One of the achievements for the standard game: [b]Last Witness[/b]: Extract Ancient Technology. Mass Effect two had a similar achievement when recruiting Legion ([b]Friend or Foe[/b]: Obtain Geth Technology). Given the title of the achievement and the requirement, I think it is somewhat safe to assume they're talking about the Prothean.
On an unrelated note: I just completed my heavily xenophobic Shepard (or Claude Shepard...) for Mass Effect. Good lord, I had just about completely forgotten what it was like to be so renegade. Every opportunity I got, I would kill an alien (or fucked them over royally): I killed Wrex myself and dumped his body in the swamps (when they make Shepard an asshole they REALLY make him an asshole), never recruited Garrus (it was kind of hard refusing Garrus- even when he insisted he come along), let Kirrahe die, killed Chorban and sent Jahleed to jail, fucked up Chellick's investigation (killed the contact), blew Shiala's brains out, boiled the Rachni queen alive, killed the Council... you get the point. I was extra nice to just about all humans I met.
It's either been a long time or there were just some things I had never done before. I refused to give Tali the geth data to which she responds with the equivalent of "after we get Saren, screw you, I'm out of here", Liara saluted Shepard and kept things 'strictly professional', and then there was that mission with Lord Darius; I'd never done it before (you have to have a really high renegade score to get it- something I don't have often). It wasn't anything special but still interesting.
But by far the biggest difference to me was the ending after killing the Council. I really think I have only played two games where I did that so a lot of it felt so new. Udina came off as a space dictator more so than: saying that all the aliens are scared and only humanity can lead them- that we must be the ones to lead the new Council. It didn't help that I encouraged a human-only council and to use the human fleets to impose order. Then when I made Shepard admit that I purposely held the fleets back to kill the council, Anderson was like "Good god, how can you even say something like that!"
It was a fun play-through and it felt relatively new, which was great. Now, Mass Effect 2 will be slightly challenging. I want only Miranda, Jacob, and Jack to survive (I don't have Kasumi and Zaeed on this XBox), but I also want to kill some aliens during some of the loyalty mission (Maelon, Samara/Morinth, Jorum Tahleed, etc.) It should prove to be interesting.
Also, sorry, I didn't want to write a wall of text... D;
The true xenophobe Shepard wouldn't recruit Wrex or Garrus in the first place
So the Prothean may be in-game anyways. That would make sense, as it later turns out he was indoctrinated to begin with - so why put that kind of twist in for a character you can't have a proper chat with?
Maybe its just me, but I don't feel the same excitement waiting for ME3 as Mass Effect 1 and 2, its more of a 'meh' feeling now.
We're going to have to see how it works out. Even I am kind of scratching my head as to how it could work out.
It'd be interesting, based on that one screenshot of the Prothean killing Collectors, if the DLC mission is a flashback of sorts where you play as the Prothean during his cycle and showing how he came to be frozen. It's a real long shot, but still an interesting idea.
god, biotic enemies in me1 are fuckin OP