The Mass Effect 3: Unfucked Ending Edition was pretty fucking disappointing. I didn’t expect much, and that’s exactly what I was given. Now that the ending to one of my favorite franchises has been left indubitably awash in a sea of rotting ass, I’m not so certain I’m excited for any sort of DLC. Yet I’ll buy it. Of course I will.
That whole Mass Effect 3: Unfucked Ending Edition is dropping this Tuesday. Oh boy. I’m just beginning to let the franchise and its abysmal ending fade into the cursed halls of repression in my psyche, and now they offer this up.
Just today I was wondering what the fuck was going on with the Mass Effect 3: Unfucked Ending, and no sooner do I dwell on it some info turns up. My mind has fucking powers! Imagining…Scarlett Johansson. She’s here guys. Be to the right back.
Some master-baker motherfuckers who were cheesed about the ending to Mass Effect 3 decided to voice their displeasure in the form of cupcakes. They did indeed send them yummy-yums to BioWare, who did the solid and donated them to charity.
‘MASS EFFECT 3′ Producer Promises “NEW CONTENT” To Bring “CLOSURE”. The Sound Of Back Peddling Feet.March 17th, 2012 by Caffeine Powered
Mass Effect producer Casey Hudson has finally addressed the herds of people who are bat-tits crazy with hate for the Mass Effect 3 ending. In commenting on them, he promises more content (for a fucking price!, obviously) that will help bring closure to “more passionate” fans.
So, I just wrapped up Mass Effect 3 about an hour ago. I did so under the pall of a raging gaming community which has portions literally demanding a new ending. You know what? Under that pall, with that preparation, I liked that ending. However nothing refines one’s ideas and thoughts like discussion, so let’s do it Omega Level. Let’s discuss the Mass Effect 3 ending. Heavy spoilers past the break.
Mass Effect 3 is undoubtedly the greatest accomplishment in video game history. It’s like someone built the Colossus of Rhodes on top of the Great Pyramid of Giza that also supports the Lighthouse of Alexandria. Don’t agree? Then stop reading right now, we probably aren’t going to see eye to eye on this one.