questionswhat do you think of people being upset at the…

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I think people need to stop talking about it. SOME people can't beat a game in a couple of weeks! They're called people with JOBS.

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--- Spoilers -- though I am trying to be as vague as possible.
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Well the ending was a huge disconnect from the rest of the game, literally the last 10 minutes make almost everything leading up to it pointless... as well as the decisions that follow. There is something like 16 different ways to end the game, but they are for the most part 3 almost identical (slight variation in color) endings.

One thing that annoys a lot of fans is that everyone who had been following and listening to everything the dev team talked about how they were going to end the game -- and how they seemingly changed it at the last minute and created this one size fits all ending, made a lot of fans angry.

Also the last 10 minutes adds so many loopholes.... seriously. Think about that at least.

I for one at least started the game with the knowledge (and having listened to the dev team) that this would be the last game with Shepard. Made swallowing the ending easier... still sucked.

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I don't care whether it's a happy ending or a sad ending. Before I even started playing ME3, I'd accepted the possibly that Shep or any of the squadmates might die in an effort to save the galaxy. I mean, this would be our 3rd potential suicide mission.

A happy/sad ending isn't the issue. A stupid ending is: SPOILERS

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After getting blown up on your mad-dash for the elevator beam, you wake up and:

-Your weapons are gone
-Your squadmates are gone
-Your CLOTHES are gone (you are wearing default outfit instead your armor)
-Your biotics don't work
-Your medigel doesn't work
-The pistol you pick up has unlimited ammo
-The writing on the wall is backwards
-The Illusive Man (aka THE BIG BAD GUY) got a whole new face in 30 minutes
-Killing The Illusive Man is considered a "Renegade" action (did I mention: big bad guy)
-Your disappeared squad members reappear on the ship.
-Brittle-bones joker survives a freaking plane crash, unscathed

More to follow...

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The real kicker for me, is that the whole train of logic behind your big final decision is flawed beyond compare.

The little God/Child tells you that the Reapers wipe out all advanced life every 50k years so that we won't create sentient machines to kill ourselves.

Let that sink in: We don't want robots to kill you, so we're gonna send some robots to kill you and prevent you from making robots to kill you

W. T. F.

This, despite the fact that inorganic life WON'T eradicate organics on their own. They spelled that out quite clearly in a Geth mission earlier. The Geth could have easily wiped out all the Quarians back when that war started, but the Geth operate on logic and the retreating quarians posed no threat, so the Geth let them live.

Also, despite the fact that I just negotiated a peace between Geth and Quarians... and the Geth are helping the Quarians to live better lives.

It's either terrible lazy writing, or a setup for 'it was all a dream'