There are numerous topics (Energy, social policies, you name it) that always fishes this ridiculous habit out of people.
I understand that it’s fun to be against something and be yelling stupid things just for the sake of it, but does it really serve any purpose to criticize and tell how something is wrong, when can’t offer any better solutions or improvements?
In other words the solution at the time is de facto the best option (regardless of its possible weaknesses) and that is obviously because we don’t have any better solution.
I’d really like to hear rational arguments for/against whatever the thing instead ones based purely on of emotional or delusional basis. Ok, some people don’t prefer reason, yeah, I get that, but it doesn’t mean we should be unreasonable. Hell no!
What to do with a teen who doesn’t listen to reason and now has started to steal things? My little brother is really starting to be a pain in the ass.
I’ll found Cerberus organization. Cerberus is not just an organization, nor the people behind it, not even its achievements, but an idea. Mankind needs its own guard dog, you know.
Who’s with me?
I actually suspected that a lot, but wanted to deny that and just pushed it away. Now that I looked more into it (I didn’t have any DLC nor the extended cut), I see no other way to fill the plot holes there. I instinctively felt that this can’t be true/or work/something is wrong when Harbingers beam hit Shepard, but simply ignored it.
I noticed a lot of such details (Particularly the dreams, reaper sounds there and if not else, but the last one where Shepard burn’t too) and things that didn’t make sense trough the game, but the extended cut endings don’t really match up with the theory assuming they are honest and truthful. If they would not be, it wouldn’t really make sense to have endings at all, if they would be just there to fool you. Like making a movie that is complete lie, but without ever telling that in any direct way.
I really don’t know what to think about everything.
Long story short (I didn’t have the extended cut installed on that moment) I thought that destroy ending would just leave everyone fucked up when synthetics, high tech and mass relays blow up and control would have severed all my connection to other living beings -> in other words I would have had no choice but to leave for ever… and leave everyone in a fucked up condition without mass relays or any keystones for the advanced civilizations. So, I thought “Everybody will die/get’s totally fucked up in any case… so doesn’t matter if I kill everybody and take them to a higher level of existence at the same time.” I chose to merge synthetic and organic life.
How wrong I was as NONE of them made sense or actually mattered in any way assuming they were truthful. Besides, why I actually chose it in the first place was that I accidentally walked down that beam… then reloaded and shot that thing to hell. e.e
Just finished Mass Effect 3 and the ending just proved that there is no god or he/she is purely evil. ;;_;;
The greatest sci-fi epic of the 21st century just tripped right on the finish line, caught on fire and simply just died. I don’t think I’ve ever been betrayed this cruelly.
Time to rage sleep and actually vent off later. Yes, I know, I’m a year late, but can’t help it anymore.