The ending sucked but I still genuinely feel bad for Bioware.
I'm talking about those who are obsessing over it, If you didnt like the ending, good for you, but that doesnt mean go spamming forums and suing because you didnt like it.
Although in the end it leaves you expecting a sequel it still gave better closure than ME3.
It's like if for star wars VI, George Lucas was replaced by Uwe Boll and the movie ended up with Luke dying, all the other characters being never heard of again after the second act, the Death Star farting magic rainbows over the planets and Lando getting stranded on Endor where he has to recreate the human race with C3PO.
I think that maybe bioware did the bad ending so they would make this DLC that would add the real ending. That way this will take the one free DLC for the console so the real DLC that comes out later will force people to pay for it.
Is there an ending where legion can come back to life?
I know he sacrificed himself to give all the geth intelligence (which is, in itself pretty awesome), but I still miss the guy. He was my favorite character.
Haha, oh wow is he in for a surprise. I can just imagine his reaction to the ending. "What the fuck was that crap!?"
A non-stupid reasoning behind the Reapers, an ending which was built up to through three games instead of crammed in at the last minute, and two very different choices which make or break the galaxy and do not copy/paste each other.
Everything is pointless as it stands now because all the shit gets fucked no matter what you do; while obviously the "Reaper" ending would play out similarly, the other one could have very easily trailed into a fully-fleshed-out epilogue scenario. No such thing with anything we have now.
What the fuck did you expect by creating such a vague and unalterable ending to a game that is based almost completely on the freedom of choice?
And what the fuck is the perfect ending where shep is alive , just gonna tell me that meant nothing?