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    Mass Effect 3 Launches With a Trailer

    ManShep is (sadly, for some of us) back in full effect in this ME3 launch trailer. Give it a look-see as we all wait and hope that the trilogy's conclusion will be the epic sendoff it deserves.

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    THAT is the trailer I've been waiting for. I NEED this now! D:
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    My...god... I... god this is going to be the single most epic thing ever.


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    Man I already got my digital deluxe version preloaded through Origin. Neeeeeed.
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    It's a good trailer. Had I not already played the crappy demo it might actually make me want to play the game.

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    Still waiting to see if the game blows the demo out of the water. If it does, I WILL LAUGH SO HARD. Mostly because it will mean that Bioware trolled the fans with the demo.
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    I actually loved the demo and am fully excited for ME3. I can not wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThroneofDravaris View Post
    It's a good trailer. Had I not already played the crappy demo it might actually make me want to play the game.
    ...................

    That's all this post deserves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frozenbabylon View Post
    I actually loved the demo and am fully excited for ME3. I can not wait.
    I was pretty underwhelmed by the demo, but it's just a snip of the whole picture with no context. This game is going to be insane.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Confessor Rahl View Post
    I was pretty underwhelmed by the demo, but it's just a snip of the whole picture with no context. This game is going to be insane.
    I hope so, it's the end of the trilogy and the end of Shephard's story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Confessor Rahl View Post
    ...................

    That's all this post deserves.
    Oh come on, that must be the least negative thing I've said about this game so far.

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    I thought the least negative thing you said about this was "MEHHHH."
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    That doesn't sound like something I'd say.

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    My only real problem with the series is that my suspension of disbelief where the Reapers are concerned takes a bigger beating as the story progresses. I'm going to find the whole Reapers landing on Earth invasion style thing hard to choke down (and I find it rather unimaginative to boot). Sure it looks dramatic for the audience, but it's just such a silly thing to do if your goal is to wipe out a planetary populace.

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    To be fair, I haven't yet met a space opera that doesn't require a certain willing suspension of logic to enjoy.

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    I've got my "perfect" saves ready of both male and female characters taken through both ME1 and ME2. It's all going to come down to Conrad Verner, I'm sure.

    I waited till this past week to beat "Arrival" with them, so I'd have that context for the beginning.

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    Aurian Shepherd's gotta save the day (Now I gotta pry my husband off Skyrim.... <_<)

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    I'm under the impression that nobody other than casual gamers use the "default" ManShep prefab character or the FemmeShep equivalent. We can't change how nasally and monotone ManShep sounds (I've never been a big fan of the actor's delivery; I love Jennifer Hale's performance as FemmeShep on the other hand. She's tough-sounding as well as expressive and nuanced), but at least we can decide what the dude looks like. I've also never been one to use either "John" or "Jane" as my main character. As a rule when I have a choice I customize characters' appearance in RPGs.

    Cool trailer though!

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    I actually use the default MShep when playing as him, but I use a preset FemShep from ME1 as my FemShep. The voice fits like a glove. Here's my FemShep.
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    I use the default MShep too. I just never could get one that I actually liked.
    What I have seen and done to achieve my position defies belief. What I am capable of and will be party to in order to retain it would chill your soul.

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    My CE editions just shipped! Woot!


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