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I just saw where the N7 Collectors edition is in the Microsoft store. If you look under the ME 3 bundles the N7 CE is there; however when you go to buy it or click the button “see price” on Xbox it says it’s not available in my region? Why? I am in the United States. It’s frustrating! I want all the dlc from that especially the N7 weaponry. To me it doesn’t make sense to be on there if it’s not available in my region. Can someone help me here?
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Is Ryder (son) wearing the N7 armor Stolen Valor? One of the few things that bothers me in real life is people wearing uniforms and medals they did NOT earn.
I know that in Andromeda most things from the Milky way will probably no longer exist like the N7 program. I think there's even a conversation about it if you are wearing the N7 armor. Maybe it's because I served that this annoys me or maybe it's just another reason to dislike Ryder.
I think the Protagonist should have been the father and make him choose between saving the son or the daughter. He's the one that earned the N7 badge AND the Pathfinder title, the protagonist on the other hand is on the program because of daddy, survives the first mission because of daddy, gets SAM and the Pathfinder title because of daddy and everything he accomplishes after the father's death is because of SAM.
What are your thoughts on this?
Okay so I just saw where the N7 Collectors edition is in the Microsoft store. If you look under the ME 3 bundles the N7 CE is there; however when you go to buy it or click the button “see price” on Xbox it says it’s not available in my region? Why? I am in the United States. It’s frustrating! I want all the dlc from that especially the N7 weaponry. To me it doesn’t make sense to be on there if it’s not available in my region.
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So hey guys, this may sound like a stupid idea but it seems like alot of people have been wanting a Remaster for Mass Effect. We should just start a petition or a go fund me to demand Bioware or EA to make a Remaster. Petitions have worked in the past, for example, when we demanded a better ending to ME3. Sound like a crazy idea?
So I was wondering, in the Synthesis Ending, in the Extended Cut DLC, it shows the Krogan going back to Tuchanka after beating the Reapers but you obviously see Wrex but you don't see Grunt. If you destroy the Reapers, you see Grunt next to Wrex. Does that mean if you choose the Synthesis Ending, Grunt dies?
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After the climax of Mass Effect 3, supposing the player chose the Destroy ending, what if Shepherd was brought back to life (like in Mass Effect 2) and what followed was a debate in society over whether EDI and the Geth should be reactivated given their supposed support for Shepard? Could we have some sort of game or comic/novel spinoff on this? If so, what could it look like, given the mood in the galaxy?
Also, as a parallel plot, the humanoid aliens who had seeded the homeworlds of humanoid species like Humans, Turians, Asari, Krogans, Salarians, etc with genetic hybrids can make a return in the midst of this debate. Contact with this advanced civilisation can be interesting.
I know the general idea of mass effect Andromeda. Is to start a completely new story that people can jump into but, know next to nothing about the earlier games or the history
Does anyone else think the whole 600 something year time skip is an excuse. A why to distance themselves from the Mass effect 3 ending. I mean first we time travel 600 something years. Then there's the fact that references to Shepard and reapers is vague at best.
To me smells like a cover up
So, given a few posts in myriad topics recently, I got curious - What kind of upgrades were given to Commander Shepard in ME2? We know that there is Research for a Bone Weave, Muscle Weave, and Skin Weave which were likely standard across the board and makes Shepard tougher, stronger, and more resilient. There has been suggestion that Shepard's immunity system got some sort of boost, considering the failure of the batarian poisoner in Afterlife. It seems logical that Shepard's radio was implanted as likely the omni-tool. Obviously, each Class has a certain Specialty - Infiltrators get Tactical Cloak, the biotics would get some sort of specialized amp, and likely the tech-oriented specialties got the haptic-adaptive sensors in hand. Was Shepard turned into a Super-soldier? How else was the Commander 'improved'?
Remember when Mass Effect was supposed to be a movie? What’d you guys think about that? Cause I feel like a TV series would’ve been able to better capture the complexity of the Mass Effect Universe.
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