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Mass Effect 3 Controversy Could Be Good for the Game Industry

Mass Effect 3 was highly anticipated and it’s no surprise that some fans called in sick to work or school to stay home and enjoy playfests. It’s also no surprise that many would beat the game quickly. Luckily most fans are respectful enough to avoid spoilers (or at least without an alert first) but still, you have to be careful the story isn’t ruined for you with so many racing to the finish line. So imagine how I felt when I started to see the Tweets, FB messages, blog posts and other video game news complaining about the ending of ME3? I didn’t want to click on anything that talked about the ending. I didn’t want to see any spoilers. And yet… it was everywhere! In what would become one of the biggest video game controversies of all time, the fans were angry at the ending of ME3 (or at…

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Mass Effect 3 Ending Misery

Hate the ending of Mass Effect 3 like so many others gamers? Peter Coffin has an excellent new video about this topic and if you’re a Stephen King fan, you’re going to love it as much as I did. If you have no clue who Stephen King is, it’s probably less funny but still humorous nonetheless. Check it out! Courtesy of Peter Coffin: “The head writer on Mass Effect 3 gets captured by a crazed woman who makes him rewrite the ending.”

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BioWare to Address Unpopular Mass Effect 3 Ending

Are you upset about the Mass Effect 3 ending? This is one of the most interesting game controversies in recent years as players revolt over BioWare’s ending to the popular game franchise. Players were unhappy with the game outcome and BioWare has now said they will address players’ complaints with additional content for Mass Effect 3. In a blog post, Bioware co-founder Ray Muzyka wrote that the Mass Effect 3 team is working on “a number of game content initiatives that will help answer the questions, providing more clarity for those seeking further closure to their journey.” Muzyka said Bioware will have more details in April, and that the content will be provided in addition to other content the company is already planning to release. “We’re working hard to maintain the right balance between the artistic integrity of the original story while addressing the fan feedback we’ve received,” he wrote….

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