BioWare to ‘fix’ Controversial Mass Effect 3 Ending
In the Mother of all turnarounds it seems as though the Mass Effect 3 ending, which came under heavy fire from both the public and critics alike, will be changed. BioWare today announced that this summer a free DLC to those that own the game will be available to download with an update which provides ”additional cinematic sequences and epilogue sequences”.
Although the game is of impeccable nature it has been criticised as a title to tie up loose ends in regard to its story throughout its single-player mode. However, not all are against the ending and storyline, with Andrew Reiner of Game Informer proclaiming earlier this year that “BioWare has delivered one of the most intricately crafted stories in the history of the medium”
In all endings, whatever choices players made throughout the game, the scenario is the same [SPOILER] with the death of Shepard and the complete decimation of the Mass relay Network. This caused the internet revolution led by the ‘Retake Mass Effect’ campaign which has brought us to this point just under a month after the games release on March 6th and after previous statements from the developers declaring the ending would not be changed.
What do you think? Should the game have an ending re-run as the finally is a disappointment, or should it be left be? After all its not Disney, not every story in life has a happy ending. Let us know in the comments below.