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  1. I figured synthetic means any artificially created being, that is able to come to cpnclusions by itself. And by clumsy i mean the way the dialog and what you acyually see dont correlate in any way, how they throw out their old rules of pseudo science, how they at the last minute change the focus of the series from people who have stuck with you for 5 years (thats longer than i have known most of my friends ffs!) to what to do with organic life, the godchild, how TIM somehow controls shepard even though it has been said many times in both me2 and 3 that he didnt install a control chip, the godchild, how you really have no idea what your last choice will actually do, the godchild, how the crew is suddenly back on the normandy that is running away for some strange reason, how hackett calls shepard and assumes he is on the citadel even though supposedly the entire assault unit was destroyed, the godchild, the stargazer thing, the godchild, how shepard just happens to faint on a platform that takes him to the, you guessed it, godchild. Oh, did i mention the godchild? I could go on, but im too tired, i just suggest you search youtube for mass effect understated nerdrage, through that you will find a long, long video that adresses almost everything about the end... The godchild!!!
  2. Ye, i hate apple crap... Show spoiler (hidden content - requires Javascript to show) By the way, im very surprised to see how many of you accept this clumsy ending, as you have always struck me as the most demanding crowd on teh interwebs... I would also like to point out this: the godchild is a synthetic.
  3. This post has spoilers, but since im writing it on an abhorrent excuse of a computer (ipad), i cant add the tags. Show spoiler (hidden content - requires Javascript to show) not quite, but still pretty much that. If the godchild can create reapers, and by adding the crucible he gets the space magic power:destroy synthetics, then why didnt he just come up with that at the beginning, warned the civilisations about making robots, and if they didnt listen, just burst out a wave of robot doom? By the way, i cant remember if i already stated this, but the geth spared the quarians even after being oppressed by them. Then in the game its quarians who are attaking the geth, who are simply defending themselves...
  4. Decapitated. And Sylosis´ latest album, their earlier works are pretty standard "modern" metal and not that great, but The Edge of The Earth is really good.
  5. Show spoiler (hidden content - requires Javascript to show) I think this is very good. And it doesnt have the awful godchild and his "Yo dawg, I hear you dont want to be killed by synthetics, so I made synthetics to kill you every 50000 years so you dont create synthetics to kill you" -logic....
  6. I loved all of the games, I found the plots to be good enough since I was more interested in the characters anyway. I loved the way ME3 is brutal to you and your allies, when Mordin went up to the Shroud I was actually saying out loud "do it quickly and get out!" and when he died... I was shocked. And in awe, not many games these days (I dont think many games have ever) make me bond with certain characters, spend dozens of hours talking with them, and then just kill them. Same was with Thane. I didnt mind the fed-ex missions because I found (for some odd reason) playing tag with reapers kind of fun, and for that reason I pretty much searched every system I went to. The main quests were amazing, Rannoch and Citadel especially. And then the end came. I still havent felt like playing any game after that s***storm. It was just so horrible, full of plotholes and lazy, poor writing. I also wanted my choices to actually matter, and I wanted closure, both were promised, neither were delivered.
  7. Went with the Stormcloaks because 1) The Imperials were asses 2) It kind of gave me Winter War vibes fighting for the independence of a nordic country 3) I dont like being sentenced to death for no reason I was very dissappointed when it turned out the Stormies were racist, white power retards and i couldnt just kill everyone...
  8. Just found out about this band: (This BBCode requires its accompanying plugin to work properly.)
  9. Kotors, ME2, Jedi Academy (for some strange reason... I guess its just short enough to play through while deciding on what to actually play ). Also played Alpha Protocol again, and realised how freakishly underrated it is...
  10. To Achilles: I meant that the world doesn´t change at all when Im not doing something, of course there are these small random encounters, but for example, i have never seen a dragon killed by anyone but myself, and they have only attacked other characters while im around. All the people talk about is stuff i have done, almost never about anything else. Its like no one else does a sh*t about anything, even the of so horrible and brutal war didnt evolve at all until I took part in it, and i couldnt even choose to betray that ass of a jarl i ended up joining...
  11. I agree with you on that, Sabre. Especially the Bloodmoon expansion felt amazingly alive compared to Skyrim. There just is nothing happening in the world when Im not around, and that kinda takes away from the immersion. Its still a great game, and way better than Oblivion.
  12. Death and Control Denied because its exactly 10 years since Chuck passed away. RIP.
  13. I dont think there are any worse in his case. Think of it like this: If he was sentenced to death, he would become a martyr for his case, not to mention that its an easy way out, and if he was sentenced to a life in prison he could just turn that around and make up propaganda about the government treating him unfairly. An insane mind has weird ways of seeing things.
  14. You are right, it cant be that lame. But still pretty lame And by lame I dont exactly mean bad, but just oddly campy. That made a lot of sense... By the way, I have been playing Brotherhood, and man that game is actually good! Its like they actually listened to what people didnt like about the first two parts and fixed them. Even Ezio is a much better character now that he has grown up, and training assassins has to be the most addicting meta-game i have ever played. Im liking this part a lot more than the first two, enough to actually look forward to Revelations.
  15. I´d definetely call KOTOR a great game for the simple reason that i have played through it countless times and it still grabs me by the balls every time i play it, same with JE and ME2. I think the thing that separates great games from just good ones is the possibility to make chooses in a world that immerses the player. But this is not enough, you need to also have replayability and make an emotional connection to the player. An example of a game that could be amazing, but isnt because it lacks the latter two is DX:Human Revolution. A funny thing about Obsidian is, that I consider most of their games horrible, I love AP. It has so many great ideas and the way the story builds and varies each time make up for ****ty mechanics and crappy graphics.
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