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originally posted by: CreationBro
a reply to: ketsuko
In the end of ME 3 i wiped out all of the reapers by sacrificing myself...didnt know about the ending you mention??
originally posted by: Puppylove
Honestly if you get the perfect ending where you unite the whole galaxy and you choose the shoot the hologram kid in the head option, the reapers still should have lost big time.
Well, anything that's a 7 or above is worth playing to me. I don't know when 7 and 8 became a "bad" score, but it seems to be trendy to consider anything lower than a 9 as "bad." Not me. I suspect I'll play it and consider it a strong 8. That's good enough for me.
originally posted by: Shamrock6
SkillUp did a review of the game now that the last embargoes have been lifted. He gives it a 7.5 out of 10. It's a lengthy review (about 20 minutes) but I've always felt like SkillUp is good about calling a spade a spade when it comes to games and developers.
ETA - forgot a synopsis: basically what we all have heard already as being issues are issues; he enjoyed playing it, likes some characters but not others, considers the combat an improvement, but doesn't feel the game overall measures up to the ME bar from the original trilogy; thinks the next game will be an improvement, but the game is still worth playing.
Well, heh, the cheapest I remember new AAA games ever being is $50. Even the NES cartridges $50-$60. I can still remember my mom and dad saying "We're not paying 40 or 60 dollars on a game." Lol.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: SpeakerofTruth
Probably when games started to cost $60 or more.