Re: Games and all things related
Thanks, you just reminded me I need to buy Ass Creed: Brotherhood.
Anyways, ME3's multiplayer is being developed by a separate dev team who focused solely on the multiplayer, so neither component of the game will suffer from a split in attention. That shouldn't be an issue. Bioware went to great lengths to convince people this isn't just a tack on: that it will be a significant addition to the game. And thus far, I think they pulled it off.
I find people complaining about multiplayer in Mass Effect on equal level with those complaining about single player in Battlefield. You're not forced to play those game modes. Bioware wants to reach more gamers with Mass Effect 3. While still maintaining the quality that their hardcore fanbase expects from their games.
Besides, who doesn't want to play as a Krogan or Turian?
Last edited by Trey; 10-15-2011 at 02:23 PM.