If it's crap ... We'll tell you
TotalBiscuit talks at length of what Bioware's launch DLC and how it has crossed the line of what is acceptable.
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That's debatable, considering that I thought the human characters were well integrated into the game. Aside from the non-existing banter, which didn't deter the experience so much because I really enjoyed the characters missions.
Like I said, I don't know anything about how this character is going to fit in to the plot. Maybe it won't be worth the price, or maybe not. It just feels pointless to argue about something that I haven't tried out yet.
I understand the outrage, but as long as it doesn't change the story arc I'm fine with it. Like he said, the market will decide if holding back a Prothean was a good idea. All of this will be clear in hind-sight, and I bet this will really just be a blip.
All this being said, when developers DO force their consumers to buy important story content after the fact. There should be and will be a media blow-back.
From what I have been reading and hearing from interviews that it will end up being that. You have the option to finally settling the war betwen the Quarians and the Geth and then recruit them to fight with you...or not. If you give the cure of the genphage to the Krogans you get to recruit them also.
The end result will be how many of the species you get to fight with you so if you get just about everyone to fight with you then you get the good ending if not then you get the bad or semi bad ending. Kind of like the ending for ME2 except instead of making choices to decide the fate of one person, you do it with the entire race.
I'm curious about how the ending of ME2 when you choose not to destroy the reaper and being down with cerberus ties into Ceberus chasing after you. I was hoping to use the human reaper in ME3. My Commander Shepard is a lie!
I'm not sure if everyone watched the video or not. But Bioware is releasing the game with out a key part of the storyline. To only turn around and make those with the SE (standard edition) pay for the DLC. Which is unfair to the majority of their customers. TotalBiscuit explains this way better then I can. He also talked about the ME2 DLC in the video and the differences between that and this ME3 DLC. Also. the first ME2 DLC was free and available to all versions of the on the day of release. It's all explained in the video. Please watch it before you add your reply.
how is it a key part?....
we know jack about the story, if we'll run into other protheans during the story or if it really matters. Also with the ME2 thing it's only free if you bought the game new that or you'd have to pay 10 dollars(why does that number sound familiar).
Protheans are the a major part of the game's history and lore. Their is no doubt that this Prothean character will be a key part to the story line. It would be impossible to have a full experience with out that character.
I know they're apart of the lore but, there may be more the one prothean.
Also unless you played it don't say it's "No doubt a key part"
Well, I'm guessing that having this Prothean will complete this game. Also, you have no idea if this Prothean is not important or key to the story.
neither do you.....
I'm guessing it is .....
And I'm trying to actually put this to you logically.
When has Bioware ever EVER! EVER! made something that's so vitally important to the game's story and cut it out and released it later?
If they're releasing this as DLC maybe just maybe it's not as much of a Key plot point as you'd like to believe, maybe there's more then one Prothean in this game, maybe what happened to this guy, and you interacting with him is in the game but you can't recruit him unless you buy the DLC....