Well, I guess I'm retiring from ME3

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User Info: SeahawkPride

SeahawkPride
4 years ago#1
My PS3 died after Fallout: New Vegas decided to freeze. I don't really feel like spending $150+ on a fix, so maybe I'll move on to PC or next-gen systems.

700+ hours of ME3 collectively. I never got to play the Omega DLC, so that kind of sucks, but I've done pretty much everything I wanted to in ME3. I realize that this is the X360 board and that I haven't played with nearly all of you, but I figured I'd share my story anyway. ME3 multiplayer was a ton of fun, despite all of the criticisms. It sure came a long way from when I first started, which was a month or two after ME3 came out.

Anyway, I hope you guys continue having fun with ME3 and I hope BioWare continues to support it for a long time. Farewell!
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User Info: fennell92

fennell92
4 years ago#2
That stinks about the ps3. You could have sold it when you retired instead :3 (what I plan to do...).

User Info: bessy67

bessy67
4 years ago#3
Sorry for your loss. If only EA/Bioware was nice/not greedy and allowed your manifest to carry over from system to system...
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User Info: Charmile

Charmile
4 years ago#5
adios
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User Info: PhilOnDez

PhilOnDez
4 years ago#6
bessy67 posted...
Sorry for your loss. If only EA/Bioware was nice/not greedy and allowed your manifest to carry over from system to system...


I've got a feeling this is more MS/Sony than EA, I could be wrong though. but Sony didn't allow the weekend events to happen on the ps3 for the first few months of release, I have a hard time imagining them allowing PS3/360 interconnectivity in any sense.
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User Info: orangenee

orangenee
4 years ago#7
My PS3 retired a few months ago. I got a new 360 to replace it and the old 360 (still sort of works).

Always sad when a consoles karks it. Intersystem co-operation will never happen in any form. We'd end up paying for the privilege anyway.
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User Info: WatermelonFarts

WatermelonFarts
4 years ago#8
orangenee posted...
My PS3 retired a few months ago. I got a new 360 to replace it and the old 360 (still sort of works).

Always sad when a consoles karks it. Intersystem co-operation will never happen in any form. We'd end up paying for the privilege anyway.


wasn't there some game that was PS3/PC compatible ?
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User Info: orangenee

orangenee
4 years ago#9
No idea. PC is a different animal though, it's not required to play by the rules despite Windows.
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User Info: Rafficus_III

Rafficus_III
4 years ago#10
Well, I'm sorry to hear that brother. Losing a costly piece like that isn't fun. It was good having you on the board. I wish you the best, take it easy.
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