I am serious. This is my serious face.The Indoctrination Theory was always stupid. One very simple example of the stupidity: if the whole thing was a hallucination, and Destroy is you resisting their control, why the hell does that "hallucination" still happen (if your EMS is low) if Destroy is the ONLY option? I'm not saying that I liked the ending, but asserting that the Indoctrination Theory would make a good ending is just ludicrous. Mine? A Mass Effect 3 DLC that allows you to have all your old squadmates as temporary squadmates on certain missions. It would include dialogue from everyone who's already a squadmate in 3 while they interact with both you and the Mass Effect 2 squadmates on missions.
edited 24th Nov '12 5:47:58 PM by CPFMfan
Its not perfect and I never believed it was there intent, but that or some other way of retconning the ending is the only way I could enjoy ME 3 single player again. Failing that I'd kind of like to have some kind of Disgaea All-Stars pack that puts all the leads from the the previous Disgaea games into a single campaign (I guess that's more of an expansion pack than a normal DLC).
PS3 would be nice, as would be more characters for Soul Calibur V. For just downloadable things, I'd like all Kingdom Hearts games (especially BBS) in a nice downloadable format, to go, please.
I am serious. This is my serious face.You do they know that they did retcon most of the ending? Emphasis on most. They still kept the Catalyst and its mind boggingly stupid motivation, but it's fairly easy to ignore that in the grand scheme of things and just shoot the red tube thing.
In all things, balance.As an aside, ME 3 would be so much better if it lacked every scene that includes that kid. Especially the dreams. Goddammit which way do you want me to go
edited 24th Nov '12 8:48:15 PM by Yinyang107
"Kids these days think comedy is about dirty words. But it isn't. It's about words that sound dirty but aren't, like muckluck."
Except those are the parts I care most about. To be honest I think the catalyst on its own is dumber than the instant death radiation that only you or Lions can enter from pre-Broken Steel. The fact that such a poor performance from a bad child actor follows from a scene that has both Keith David and Martin Sheen at their best makes it even worse. Knowing that that is coming kills any enthusiasm I have for replays of any the Mass Effect game. More over the one thing I'd really want from a Mass Effect 3 DLC is a post game Pick Up the Pieces DLC where you have to deal with the fact that your alliance of convenience is starting to breakdown (Friction between Krogans and Salarians, the fact that three powerful Mercenary groups have gotten a chance to become even more heavily armed, etc.). That too. Alternately, a DLC that lets you play as Anderson on Earth, either as a separate mode or as a replacement for the Dream Sequences.
edited 24th Nov '12 8:50:52 PM by BigMadDraco
Mighty No. 51345Oh, and as a completely off the wall idea (as opposed to Red Hood DLC, which seriously should have happened), DLC for every game that adds in Laharl in some capacity. And one more Batman idea:
An extra series of challenges against less than probable situations.
The DLC would be called the Bat-Mite Trials, and would be orchestrated by the fifth dimensional imp himself.
Mega Man fanatic extraordinaire
All business!I'd enjoy a Disgaea All-Stars campaign that doesn't use generics, but instead asks you to guide the named characters down skill trees or perhaps invest their mana in a wide variety of skills to have them fill different roles. See, I normally like my generics a lot more than the named characters, and they'd probably be totally crowded out anyway in something like this.
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