I'll be brief. I can understand putting this ending at the end of one game. As in, you have a single game, then you give it this ending, then it's over. Okay fine.
But when you put fans through three games, creating a richer and richer history, a better and better game, and a bigger and bigger fanbase, would one not expect something more....substantial? Three games, and the fans were given a shoddy ending, after all the storytelling and character development, it all meant nothing in the end.
I'm not a hardcore fan. I've played a bit of the other games but didn't finish them. I'm very glad I didn't. If I was a hardcore fan of this series, I'd feel betrayed lmfao. Like I'd feel mad dirty. --- Giants~Yankees~Knicks~Mavs THE NEW YORK GIANTS NFL CHAMPIONS!
Yeah, it's a great ending to the game we got. It just so happens that the game we got is a terrible Mass Effect.
I sincerely hope ME4 is actually just the real ME3, and they rewrite the entire thing. ME3 can be a fun MP interquel that Shepard had as a nightmare the night before he turned himself in to the Alliance. --- XBL:ArsenalofGlory | PSN: Nafzger Brutish tempers curbed by ten to twenty lashes.
...because the activation of the Crucible undoes all of the genocides you've committed, all of the relationships you've forged, and all of the lives you've saved.
Generic "every little thing didn't have a specific effect on the ending, therefore everything meant nothing!" rant. --- "You have the right to remain SILENT!!!" - Jack Slate, Dead to Rights: Retribution