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5. Re: Mass Effect 3 DLC Plans Sep 19, 2012, 10:50 Creston
Verno wrote on Sep 19, 2012, 09:52:
Bioware has traditionally done pretty good singleplayer DLC but the ending for ME3 really just kinda put a damper on the franchise for me. I haven't bought any DLC for ME3 and have no plans to in the future, I think I'll just wait and see how the next ME game is.

Unfortunately, Leviathan is a giant piece of shit. It's 3 missions, each of which is at most ten minutes long, and the whole thing is only padded out by stupid "run back and forth" sections designed solely for that purpose.

The much bally-hood underwater section lasts LITERALLY two minutes. You walk down a path, fall down, turn right, walk forward, fall down, turn left and that's it. Then you meet with Leviathan, who agrees to help you after about 3 minutes of conversation, even though they have stubbornly clung to their current method of hiding for BILLIONS of years.

And what do you get for all of this? Well, a few upgrades that they ported straight over from MP, a 400 rating war asset for Leviathan (Which surprised me. I had said it'd be 75.) annddd... oh, that's it. And it changes one line in the ending.

All this for just ten bucks, people!

It's possible that Leviathan got short-thrift because they spent so much time on the Extended Cut, and that Omega will be back to the Overlord/Lair of the Shadowbroker quality I've come to expect. But I'll need some really objective views to convince me of that.

Leviathan was a fucking waste of ten dollars.

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