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Despite releasing to critical acclaim and solid sales numbers, fans of Mass Effect 3 are not happy with the game. More specifically, the game’s ending.

A poll on the Bioware Social Network outlines a new way to close out the ending to the trilogy, with 88% voting in favor of it. A Twitter and Facebook campaign have also been started to try and change the game’s ending.

This comes after gamers voiced their dissatisfaction with the game’s day one DLC, From Ashes, which may have been on the disc, though EA has denied this.

I won’t spoil the ending for you, but if you are interested, spoilers can easily be found online.

While I was not blown away with the end of the trilogy, I also didn’t completely hate it. However, I can easily see why many fans are upset over it.

Have you finished Mass Effect 3? Where you satisfied?

  • Dlmarvin05

    A lot of people I know played it and described it as thus 
    “Best game ever! Until the last 10 minutes”

    So if that’s anything to go off of, I’d say give the fans what they want

  • CliveRogan

    I’ll probably be one of those who dislikes the ending, but only because
    for me there are only a few games (all made by Valve) that end satisfyingly,
    most end with me going “oh, is it over already?”

  • Alazear2

    how exactly do fans expect them to change a game ending, when said game has like 15 different endings based on player choices? it makes no sense. and so what if the ending wasnt what they wanted, they got a game that is one of the best released in years.

  • Lolo

    not satisfied at all! 

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