A question to all the people who bought Mass Effect 3 on Wii U

#31lostinhellviewPosted 3/2/2013 9:30:09 AM
oasisbeyond posted...
^ Now imagine what else you are missing out on the other better consoles. M2 is way better.


yeah I know, I have a mac for power, and wii u for first party.
#32_Candice_Posted 3/2/2013 9:31:38 AM
lostinhellview posted...
oasisbeyond posted...
^ Now imagine what else you are missing out on the other better consoles. M2 is way better.


yeah I know, I have a mac for power, and wii u for first party.


Joke post?
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#33lostinhellviewPosted 3/2/2013 9:32:54 AM
lol whats so funny?
#34Ghost-inZeShellPosted 3/2/2013 12:23:09 PM
ZBug_ posted...
Ghost-inZeShell posted...
I posted this on another thread about a similar thing.

Mass Effect 3 on the Wii U is the worst platform to play Mass Effect 3 on.
Not because of anything to due with the Wii U, but because you do not have access to ME1or2 and therefor cannot import a save profile from those games, which does affect the events in Mass Effect 3.

If you did not import a save from Mass Effect 1 or 2 (because the Wii U doesn't have them), then Mass Effect 3 is going to just assume that you made the worst ones possible choices.

Here is a full list.
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Mass Effect 1 Default Choices

No DLC or sidequests are counted.
The Asari Shiala is killed by the Thorian.
The Rachni Queen is killed.
The colony on Feros is not saved.
Wrex is killed on Virmire.
Shepard does not enter into any romantic relationships.
The Council is killed, with the ship the Destiny Ascension, during the attack on the Citadel.
Udina is appointed Counselor.



Mass Effect 2 Default Choices

No DLC, sidequests or Loyalty Missions are counted toward Mass Effect 3. This includes two DLC exclusive characters, Zaeed and Kasumi, who count as never being recruited.
Tali is exiled from the Migrant Fleet.
Shepard does not enter into any romantic relationships. Again.
Grunt is not recruited.
Legion is not recruited, and no choice is made for the Geth.
Samara is never recruited. She is killed by Morinth trying to escape from Ilium.
Suicide Mission Survivors: Mordin, Jacob, Garrus, Tali and Miranda.
Suicide Mission Survivors (Normandy Crew): Joker and Chakwas.
All other crew members are considered killed.
Suicide Mission Deaths: Jack, and Thane.
The Collector Base is destroyed.
Although the DLC is not considered completed by Shepard, the events still occured.
The Batarian System is destroyed, and Liara is the Shadow Broker.


So . . . yeah.
If Bioware released a trilogy collection (like they did on every other platform) then there would be no problem.


But the ending of the game is the same either way. So the choices don't even matter.

I'm one of the few people who didn't have a problem with the ending.
Life is a journey, not a destination. I feel the same way for video games.
At any rate, it does affect your crew members, your fleet, your romance options, and the story.
Wii U version provides an inferior experience because of that.
#35tizzywilkillyouPosted 3/2/2013 3:27:00 PM
lostinhellview posted...
lol whats so funny?


A Mac for gaming? Child please xD
#36PendragoonPosted 3/2/2013 3:34:53 PM
It doesn't matter if you are riding the greatest roller coaster in the world if it is just going to slam you into a brick wall at the end.

Bioware outright lied about the ending, the people playing the games have every right to be angry.
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