dude just information thats been released says something like a halo version of the reapers or a forerunner shield world, the possibilities are endless. i cant wait for caboose to show up in there too and ask the chief if he can be friends.
Virtually every moment of the Mass Effect series which involved either Garrus or Wrex and the first time I was able to jack a banshee in Halo 3, there is truly nothing more satisfying than when you first steal a banshee from someone after it eluding your grasp for so many hours
I had no real problem with the Mass Effect 3 ending I was not expecting it to be a happy ending my only problem was with joker, why was he traveling through the mass relays when he was meant to be in the space battle?
I didn't want a happy ending. I would have liked the option for there to be a happy ending, but I would even more so liked there an option for a bad ending. And yet, there was no option for either a bad or good ending. They are 3 endings, all 95% the same, just with a different color explosion.
They could have been slightly more diverse endings but for me it did not ruin the overall game, the greatest moments were your interactions with your squad/ex-squad mates, i.e Mordins part in the game. Though I do agree the ending could have been better..
I agree with you. The entire game overall was great. It was great and I enjoyed it. That being said, the ending was quite a blemish for me for Mass Effect 3. However, I am not one of the people who want any sort of DLC for the end, I just want Bioware to accept it was a horrible ending and be done with it.
Three of my friends and I were doing our weekly 100-Stock Brawl in SSBB. Lucario, Samus, Link, and Falco (me). It was fairly even, our forth was recently replaced by another friend so he caught up to speed at around 50 lives. Eventually, it came down to just Lucario, Link, and myself, and man was it epic.
Lucario was on his last life with Link & I at 3 and 2 respectively. He had been barely staying alive for our last 7 lives, which was pretty impressive. But we took him out seeing as how his health was just ridiculous (around 300%).
So it was just Link and I. He felt confident because by that time he had two lives and I was on my last. I got beasted up to 90% until I started playing extremely safe. Being weary of my gunshots so they would catch him off guard, and comboing with my shield. I actually managed to get him down to 1 life. Then it was on.
I was at 90% still, and he was fresh at 0%. I think I must have dodged every single attack of his, and he finally got a downward thrust going above me, and quote on quote he said "Peace" when it made contact. I barely blocked it. The knockback from the block and a quick stun with my shield, finished up with a fully charged side smash sent him flying right out of the stage.
I am pretty sure the other two friends were talking during this duel, but I wouldn't have been able to hear them. I was red-eyed through my brain essentially, and I was going through each possible outcome my actions could have about 9 times. I've never been so hyped up on a game, and man, that last kill was so satisfying. Our bouts put me at 3-1-1-0, so I may play around the next game. But honest to god, I've never been given such a rush - to take two lives with barely one at two tournament leveled players in Brawl. I'd say if you're in for a rush, do a 4-Player 100 stock fight in Brawl. The first 90 lives or so are fun, but when it comes down to those last 5, there are no friends in that room.
I've been trying to do New Alexandria on Heroic, and getting to Sinoviet Tower was always a bitch. I was so fucking happy when I pulled it off. And when the Hunters at Errera started kicking your asses and I got by them, I was almost in tears.