You may have heard that people don’t really dig the ending to Mass Effect 3.
In fact, a lot of folks actually kind of loathe it.
So much so that a group of vocal gamers complained to the U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority, claiming that EA falsely advertised exactly how much in-game decisions affected Mass Effect 3‘s ending.
According to Gamasutra,
The ASA has now said that while it understands that consumers may feel that they could not influence the game’s story as much as advertised, it considers the three choices at the end of the game, plus the effectiveness of the ending based on the player’s “Effective Military Strength” score, to be enough such that the advertising was in fact not misleading.
If you’re one of the many who disliked the Mass Effect ending, at least you can take solace that the “Extended Cut” DLC is coming eventually.
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