If Bioware ever decides to choose a canon ending for Mass Effect 3, which one would you prefer? May 19, 2017 22:54:43 GMT dmc1001 likes this
Post by brfritos on May 19, 2017 22:54:43 GMT
When you match genocide with genocide you are the evil dictatorship and evil wins.
I'm still learning my way with the forum, didn't saw your response earlier.
I dislike Rannoch arch for this very reason: why is "jesus Shepard" responsible for the peace or extinction of quarians or geth?
The result would be more believable if it was like the SM, depending of Shepard's actions the result would be open war, peace or a agreement between them.
The quarian admirals even acknowledge the information you bring from the geth hub is disturbing or contradicting their belifs, but ultimately this don't have a influence at all in the outcome apart from some war assets.
The result is always war between them and Shepard step in and save the day or kill a entire race. WTF?
Is like the suicide mission in ME2, I really don't understand how people loose squadmates in the final mission.
I think the best part of the argument is... because Miranda.
Who don't remember the pointless arguments about her because she has sex appeal, inteligence and well... she's perfect (she's genetic tailored after all).
She's also a fairly common character to be honest, but this is irrelevant.
But more important, regarding tactical and missions decisions, if you follow her advice usually you end with no squadmates casualities at all.
For f*** sake, you have to send a TECH in a tube, but instead you send a scientist, like Mordin? Or better yet, Jacob, a special ops soldier?
What are the odds they end dead, hun?
As the decision to exterminate one of them, I never have to face it in most of my playthroughs, only when I deliberately sabotage myself.
If you really think about it, give me one logical reason for letting Tali or Legion die in ME2? Or kill them? Just one.
Sure, they could have been a casuality in the SM, but again, only if you rush or didn't planned the mission well.
Or we could be narrow, shallow and ultimately DUMB and let Cerberus get Legion "for studies".
And we end in a loop back to the start about why is Shepard deciding to kill or save a race.
The jesus Shepard.
As for people favoring genocide or extermination? Don't know.
Hate? Prejudice? Lack of information and knowledge? Blindness justification based on science, ideology or religion?
In ME1 we have to deal with a trade negotiator complaint because his substitute is having the nerve to actually TALK with the salarians regarding trade agreements and trying to reach a deal that would satisfy both parts.
Shepard is a "alien loving scum", do you remember?
Comparing ME with real life is also not a good thing, because is frightening what Bioware think politics are.