May 19, 2012 in Mass Effect, Video Games AWESOME! by FFSTV
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OdinLH said on May 19, 2012
It’s nice to see that the loyalty missions aren’t just extra missions that are there for no reason, but that they actualy lets you know more about the characters and that they are fun at the same time.
Lightice said on May 20, 2012
Their main flaw is that they don’t tie together in any way. It keeps bugging me in this game just how detatched all the companions are from each other. The whole point of the story is to take this ragtag bunch of loners and misfits, and turn them into an elite team of true comrades working flawlessly together. That never comes across in the loyalty missions, where they just focus on their relationship with Shepard. The whole of two conflicts within the group feel tacked on, and they are overcome in mere minutes. I feel that this was a huge missed opportunity in the game, and a real pity, since as you say, the loyalty missions on their own are mostly awesome.
cruxypoo said on May 19, 2012
Space duck would make the worst psychiatrist:
“How did that make you feel?”
” I don’t need to listen to anymore of this!”
Christhor said on May 19, 2012
Why did Fraser think that keeping Morinth would lead to a bad ending? It would not. I know, as I played through this game as pure renegade and I got a good ending. Did he get false information about it? If so, then that’s pretty lame.
He probably misinterpreted Neko’s statement that the “romance” with Morinth would automatically lead to failure and death. Fraser isn’t the most attentive person around, as you may have noticed.
Christhor said on May 20, 2012
This is true, and also the reason why I asked, instead of assuming that he had got false information. I’ve seen many a times when Fraser has misunderstood Neko’s comments or misinterpreted it. However, there did not seem to be much of an objection in the chatroom after Fraser implied he would get a bad ending for going with Morinth, so it made me wonder a bit. I think Fraser is more paragon than he wants us to believe though, which might also be the reason.
servebotfrank said on May 20, 2012
It’s worth it more in the long run to keep Samara over Morinth.
rombom said on May 24, 2012
Definitely. Keeping Morinth has shit pay-off in ME3, while if you keep Samara you get some nice moments.
TravelerSF said on May 19, 2012
Part 70 kinda just ends without an outro. Did something happen during the live stream?
servebotfrank said on May 19, 2012
Chirsthor it’s just much more worth it to keep Samara for ME3. Morinth is not.
ReapersSin said on May 20, 2012
Yea, I agree. It just feels better.
anoyster said on May 20, 2012
Frash is correct about SSD’s, ever since I got one (or two as it stands now) for my PC I’ve lost all desire to play on a console.
JCdenton said on May 20, 2012
Good show peeps.
Enradan said on May 20, 2012
I chose Morinth because she is so badass – despite having played the whole trilogy as paragon. Still got the best possible ending, because choosing Samara or Morinth does not affect the ending at all. The sex-j with Morinth is optional and just leads to a “Mission Failure” screen that lets you reload – it’s no game ending and you don’t have to do it.
jsc315 said on May 20, 2012
Is it me or does it look like Baby Hank is plotting something sinister in the screenshot.
Great episode guys!
PaintBucketTree said on May 20, 2012
Wow. A lot of alien sex-j hunting in this episode. Good job guys!
mirakei said on May 21, 2012
I can’t find the part about Auto-erotic Asphyxiation. Now before you go looking at me all weird. I really just wanna re-watch that moment so i can see everyones reaction again.
little white north said on May 22, 2012
That moment when I found out my suspecions about Yvonne Strahovski being the voice of Miranda was true. Also Adam Baldwin plays a pretty cool guy. It is a good day for a chuck-fan :)
Dragon97king said on June 17, 2012
y does he save so much the autosave is good in mass effect 2 it was only shit in mass effect
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