Mass Effect 3

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    what happens if you wait 10 years to finish the game? will it be game over? o.O

    No1V1CT1M said 4 days ago 5 comments Like this Report
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    I love reading the foundation comics, they add so much to the characters. Just finished reading Mordin's comic and it goes into how he came to doubt the genophage. Very good read.

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    Finished the story parts of the Citadel DLC. It was good and I enjoyed seeing a goofier side to the characters even if some lines of dialogue were a bit out of character for certain people.

    Not sure if I ...
    [+] Finished the story parts of the Citadel DLC. It was good and I enjoyed seeing a goofier side to the characters even if some lines of dialogue were a bit out of character for certain people.

    Not sure if I would consider it the best DLC in the series though. But I'll save my full judgment for when I take the time to explore the Silversun Strip and have the party. I'm holding off on the party until I get further in the main game.

    Mr_Stache_1 said 1 month ago 2 comments Like this (1) Report
    • This left me with a severe case of warm fuzzies.

      I'd say the best in the series was The Shadow Broker or Leviathan.

      necroman12 said 1 month ago

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    • Now that I've taken the time to finish this DLC, I can say it is well worth the price for all the character interactions and the party that occur during the 2nd half. I actually liked the 2nd half better than the story mission parts. Yes, @necroman12 lots of warm fuzzies were felt during this DLC. Some parts were pretty funny too, like Grunt's hospital escape story.

      I would also have to agree with you about The Shadow Broker and Leviathan DLC. Those 2 are my favorites. This one comes really close though.

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    Have we not found aliens because there's a Reaper-like civilization they're hiding from?

    http://m.imgur.com/gallery/Wtog9

    necroman12 said 1 month ago 3 comments Like this (2) Report
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    • NASA is making a big announcement today lol i hope they have found an alien species :D

      grahamg46 said 1 month ago

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    • My head hurts but so interesting.......

      I subscribe to the idea that there is life out there, Earth has been visited and maybe even seeded which created our existence in the first place however the other life out there went back home and stay relatively in a small area of space on the other side of the Milky Way or they're so advanced that they come from another galaxy and can come and go as they wish and keep Earth under watch....never intervening but watching the progress of the planet cus maybe we're a science experiment meant to illustrate life and evolution....like maybe the aliens forgot elements of their history and are looking at our evolution to understand what it is....

      like we observe rats and other animals and make notes on behaviors well what if that's what the aliens are doing with us??

      I believe life is out there but for whatever reason they haven't blatantly made themselves known to us, we suspect, we think we've seen their craft and odd images exist in religious imagery.....and in some cave drawings.....which hint that we've been visited before and still are being visited....

      In India the holy text talks of strange devices, in ancient Europe i believe there's paintings of like a war in the sky with flying machines....there's ancient ruins that are radioactive yet no nuclear detonations have occurred in these spots and no elements like Uranium there so why the radioactivity? Biblical and philosophical stories detailing wholesale destruction in fire of major ancient cities and the sinking of Atlantis....

      either the oceans simply rose and consumes Atlantis or it was something more and it fell into the sea.....which created anomalies that created the Bermuda Triangle......Earth has crap tons of mysteries yet to be solved and the galaxy has even more mysteries yet to be solved, whatever the answer is we'll learn it eventually or die trying....

      humanity is inquisitive if nothing else, we're driven by puzzles and mysteries...solving these are also important.....cus the more we solve, the more we learn and the more we learn the more we grow.....

      MJ12_Conspiracy said 1 month ago

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    After years of playing this game, I finally have my first UR weapon fully upgraded :D Say hello to my Valiant X

    Diabolus89 said 1 month ago 5 comments Like this (2) Report
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    Mass Effect Joke Time:

    Your Volus is so fat he has his own gravity field. :D

    But seriously, I'm drawing these Banshees to me like crazy >_<

    Diabolus89 said 1 month ago 2 comments Like this Report
    • yeah really. i never played as a volus because anytime we had a volus teammate they kept dying

      Gamegoddess_21 said 1 month ago

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    • I'm having a great time with the Volus, nearly always outscoring the others. I pump a lot of points into fitness and shield gears, and with my shield boost, it's pretty hard to kill my Volus. That being said, I just seemed to get snyc-kiiled so much more than usual :P

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    What's going on? Where is everybody? Have the Reapers harvested everyone? :(

    Diabolus89 said 1 month ago 6 comments Like this (1) Report
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    The biggest trip I've had in this series had to be in the Leviathan DLC. It wasn't anything from the actual story (although seeing leviathan in the end was pretty cool), but seeing the indoctrinated Dr. Garneau.

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    [+] The biggest trip I've had in this series had to be in the Leviathan DLC. It wasn't anything from the actual story (although seeing leviathan in the end was pretty cool), but seeing the indoctrinated Dr. Garneau.

    When he's introduced, he's all silhouetted in shadow, and then he's revealed, and by chance he just so happened to look *just* like my Shepard. I was playing a renegade at the time, and he had the same hair, beard, and colors as Garneau, who then started going on about the darkness not being breached. It was really confusing at first.

    Keep in mind, this was before the Citadel DLC release.

    Athan_Untapped said 1 month ago 1 comment Like this Report
    • Ha he actually looks like my Shepard too. I genuinely thought that this was intentional, like it's some form of indoctrination trick from the Leviathans. Until I saw a fan trailer of Leviathan DLC and realised that he actually looks like that anyway.

      Diabolus89 said 1 month ago

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    Urgh OHKO'd by a brute -_- That'll teach me to try and heavy melee with a Volus...

    Diabolus89 said 1 month ago 3 comments Like this (2) Report
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    Ok, so I have a question:

    In the Mass Effect series is pretty well-established that there's huge efforts to colonize good 'garden' planets. Also, established galactic species observe intelligent species that haven't attained space fought yet.

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    [+] Ok, so I have a question:

    In the Mass Effect series is pretty well-established that there's huge efforts to colonize good 'garden' planets. Also, established galactic species observe intelligent species that haven't attained space fought yet.

    My wonder is, would alien colonization affect or hinder evolution of intelligent species on said 'garden' planets? Could a native intelligent species appear on a world already colonized by an alien species?

    Athan_Untapped said 1 month ago 4 comments Like this Report
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    • @Canundrels yeah, it was touched on actually, in the wider lore of the galaxy. Back in... I think it was ME1? There were in-galaxy news reports you could read, and there was a series that followed a story about a pre-spaceflight species that had been being watched and studied by the Asari government, without any actual intervention. Anyways, the Asahi had been studying them for centuries, and the big new was that they had developed spaceflight technology, prompting the Asari to finally make contact and welcome them to the wider galaxy.

      No, what I'm talking about is the idea of colonizing a planet that does NOT have intelligent life, but would have a species eventually destined to evolve into one. It's a hypothetical.

      Athan_Untapped said 1 month ago

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    • Oh okay, thought you meant something else.

      Canundrels said 1 month ago

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