What happen to the game if every on dies in me2
Their roles in ME3 are filled in by other minor character.... plus you have to pass the depressing board on the Normandy with the names of all who died... don't let them die, the ME3 experience is weakened if you do let them. The game honestly isn't that fun without them.
Jake died but she is not on the board
Some don't but most do...
I do agree that ME3 is better with the ME2 crew back in the picture, but to say the game "isn't that fun without them" is an over statement imo. Like you said prior to that, their roles are filled in by other NPCs. The game actually plays out exactly the same. It's just with different, unfamiliar players in those roles. That does lessen the experience a little bit, but it doesn't make the game stop being fun entirely though. After all, they mostly just play minor roles in the game, and are only on screen briefly relative to the length of the game.
That was my opinion though.... i believe the experience is vastly improved if you allowed everyone to live. Gameplay wise the game is still fun either way, however story wise I don't think it is.
You have to restart the game in order to import it to the 3rd one
^Correct. If all die, you will too. You need at least 2 crewmates to survive the suicide mission.
Obviously the Alliance doesn't want to spend another 4 billionto revive you or it has something to do with your body gett8ng desintigrated by the blast and stuff.
Anyway Main plotholes will be filled by other npcs, on other times dialog changes, like he/she would be proud if this and that happened.
You loose quite some EMS and some decissions are impossible to achieve, as the survival of the characters was mandatory for it.
What do you think?