nekomatamaid:

haptickeylogger:

abyssdreams:

haptickeylogger:

dragonaging:

Mark Darrah - Executive Producer of the Dragon Age Franchise

If you don’t plan on playing a female qunari mage in Dragon age 3, then get out of my face and life because that is legit exciting

Oh god yes good, I was waiting for someone to clarify if the world would continue after game end. This is direly important to my exploration.

I’m ready for you to hate me for intending to go city elf, it’s okay, I accept it

TRAITOR

Yeeeeeeessss

There’s a sound coming out of the back of my throat that is like, half squeal half dog whistle. My cat is frightened.

Thank you,

Captain David Anderson: for teaching me to fight to the end

Admiral Steven Hackett: for teaching me to always stay strong

Major Kirrahe: for teaching me to hold the line

Flight Lieutenant Jeff “Joker” Moreau: for teaching me to be great no matter what blocks my path

The Enhanced Defense Intelligence (EDI): for teaching me to be brave when falling in love

Gunnery Chief Ashley Williams: for teaching me to always stick with family

Major Kaidan Alenko: for teaching me that we all have burdens, but we have to accept them

Lieutenant Steve Cortez: for teaching me to let go of the past, even if it hurts

Zaeed Massani: for teaching me to let go of grudges

Specialist Samantha Traynor: for teaching me to always make use of what is provided

Jacob Taylor: for teaching me to do the right thing, no matter the consequences

Miranda Lawson: for teaching me that not everyone is perfect

Jack: for teaching me that the cruelest person can seek a better life

Tali Zorah vas Normandy: for teaching me that I will always have a home to where I can return

Thane Krios: for teaching me to make the world a better place before I leave

Kasumi Goto: for teaching me to help everyone in need, even if they aren’t my friends

Commander Javik: for teaching me to always fulfill my duties

Liara T’Soni: for teaching me to always assist my friends in any way when they need it

James Vega: for teaching me to accept change even though I may not like it at first

Legion: for teaching me that everyone has a soul and everyone counts

Justicar Samara: for teaching me to sometimes bend the rules when necessary to save the people I love

Urdnot Grunt: for teaching me that we may start out different from the rest, but we can still rise together and help each other

Urdnot Wrex: for teaching me that even the most unexpected people can become a leader and save their own kind

Professor Mordin Solus: for teaching me to not dwell on my mistakes, but do something to rectify that mistake, and turn it into something positive

Garrus Vakarian: for teaching me to trust my heart, to always be there with my friends until the end, to never let the bad go unpunished, and never stop finding ways to help

Commander Shepard: for teaching me to never give up, never stop fighting, never stop helping others, and never let fear compromise who I am. You are my role model, and you are my hero.

Bioware: for giving me the best childhood one could have. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate this game that you have made. The huge variety of characters each has their own personal story and a lesson, which comes along with it. Mass Effect has given me a new view on the world, a new perspective. This game became a part of me, the characters became my friends, and the Reapers became my enemies. I grew up with Garrus, Wrex, Liara, Tali, Joker, and the rest of the crew. They are some of the most inspirational people I have ever seen, and they came from a video game. Once again, I thank you for everything. Mass Effect has given me so much in my life, like a safe-haven for when I was alone, mad, or frustrated. I could play the game ten times over (which I have) and still love it (and I do).

Thank you so much,

Gillian

This is why I love (maybe even a bit more now) Bioware and really wasn’t that worried about this mess and ignored all of you idiots as you flailed needlessly. Seriously, just chill. Look how hard they are working to listen to you - so long as you don’t talk to them like asshats.

burntotears:

http://blog.bioware.com/2012/03/21/4108/

The people taking things too far, making personal attacks and such, those people are douchebags and make the rest of a concerned fandom look bad. 

This is still all talk and appeasement on Bioware’s part. Sure, it sounds good. I’ll wait till they actually DO something about it however, before I react. 

In the meantime, I’ll go back to restarting Dragon Age, cuz at least I know how that one ends.

I don’t want to reach the end of ME3.

captainlanta:

I don’t want to be angry like everyone else. D:

Maybe I can just drift around in space forever.

On one hand, I feel like everyone clamouring for a new ending is like sending a book back to the author and telling them to rewrite it. And Bioware’s doing that, because this is the age of ‘fans get what they want’, rather than ‘this is what the creators want’.

On the other hand, I’ve seen negative reactions from people whose opinions I respect and I realize that a vast number of angry fans aren’t just whiny children who’ll never be happy with anything.

I’m probably going to feel like most already do when I finish, as much as I don’t want to. I want to like the ending. Really, I feel like I’m already playing the ending. Like this is one big 40-hour ending, an accumulation of the results of the first two games.

>: Ugh. This is such a bummer. You guys really aren’t making me feel good about playing this game, haha.

hnngh just ignore me cos obviously I haven’t finished the game so all of you who have probably feel I have no business talking about something I haven’t experienced yet~

I don’t want you to be angry either. I want you to like it. I want you to be happy with it. I want you to not suffer the crushing disappointment that threatened my soul during the last five minutes of the game.  

I put it off forever, honestly. Went and scanned planets and played multi-player for two days, and talked to everyone on the Normandy like three times, just to make sure I had covered everything I could cover. Then I started the final mission and for most of it, I was right there. Man, I was INTO IT. I loved it. I was crying and smashing things and yelling and cheering. 

And then the very last part happened. And I wanted to just die. 

Do I like the ending? No. Am I disappointed? Yes. Do I think Bioware should rewrite it, or provide an alternative ending in DLC. It’d be nice, but I don’t think it’s something that is OWED to me. It’d be REAL nice. I just don’t think it’s gonna happen. I think this is the ending Bioware wanted us to have. I don’t understand it and I don’t like it, but I’ve been playing their games for almost 10 years. I don’t always agree with their decisions, but I still keep buying their games. (Even when I get mad and swear I won’t.) The fact is, if I HADN’T loved the game series so much, hadn’t been so involved in the plot and the characters and the story (because they are just that GOOD) I wouldn’t have been so upset and crushed by the ending. So it’s something of a vicious circle that I am gonna have to live with. 

I don’t want to spoil things for you. I want you to make your own decision. Play it out. Play it out HARD and stay true to your Shepard, and meet me on the other side and we’ll compare war stories.  

MFW - I finish ME3.  The angry scary part. Not the maniacal grin at the end. THERE WAS NO GRINNING ON MY PART. 
You know what? Eff you Bioware. Eff you hardcore. I know I said I wasn’t going to buy anymore of your games after Dragon Age II ended and I gave in and said FINE and bought SW:TOR and then Mass Effect 3, but you know what? No. NO. WE ARE BROKEN UP, BIOWARE. WE ARE OVER.
MotherfuckinggoddamnstupidestfuckingendingI’veeverseeninmylife. And that INCLUDES the DA2 ending that I finally got over!
Shutting up now before I start spoiling people. 

ETA: Clearly I need more rage gifs.

MFW - I finish ME3.  The angry scary part. Not the maniacal grin at the end. THERE WAS NO GRINNING ON MY PART. 

You know what? Eff you Bioware. Eff you hardcore. I know I said I wasn’t going to buy anymore of your games after Dragon Age II ended and I gave in and said FINE and bought SW:TOR and then Mass Effect 3, but you know what? No. NO. WE ARE BROKEN UP, BIOWARE. WE ARE OVER.

MotherfuckinggoddamnstupidestfuckingendingI’veeverseeninmylife. And that INCLUDES the DA2 ending that I finally got over!

Shutting up now before I start spoiling people. 

ETA: Clearly I need more rage gifs.

captainlanta replied to your photoset: MFW: This is me. Right now. Having just finished…

Oh god, so glad I have something horrible on Thessia to look forward to. 8| Cos I haven’t suffered enough~

Oh. Oh Moony, you have NO idea. I am to the point, where I am almost to the end and I am DELIBERATELY stopping myself from playing and going off and playing multiplayer because I am too chicken to find out how the hell Bioware is going to stomp all over my heart next. 

GodDAMNit, this game is so GOOD. In a really, really hurtful way!