Seeing that trailer makes me happy I saved the Rachni queen, knew it would be a good idea in the end.
I saved the Rachni queen too. I saved everyone I could except Alenko and and the Residential District on planet Watson. I decided to protect the Alliance interests and save the Spaceport, Industrial District. I thought it would be better to lose the colony so the Alliance can retain the territory. If I saved the people... they would have to evacuate anyway... and lose the territory. Not sure how this decission will play out on ME3... if it plays out at all.
Originally Posted by Tabris17
Oh yeah, just because I was gushing over FemSheph before. Link because of some slight language.
You had to show me this... I'm using default shep.
*points and laughs at erayser*
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See!? Isn't her voice so much better?
Jennifer Hale has done so much in her career. She's been Jean Grey/Phoenix since the 90's.
Honestly, I'm of the opposite opinion. FemSheps voice just doesn't seem right to me. I think its just because i'm used to the male Sheps voice. I will admit that occasionally his delivery isn't the greatest, but I think thats the fault of the dialog style rather than the actor. Mass Effect dialog is very stilted "This person says this" then "That person says that" without a lot of overlap and can make even the best delivered lines occasionally feel a little awkward. That being said, I don't think either actor is bad, it just depends on what you prefer or are used to. I was half way though a femShep playthrough in ME2 before my hard drive got nuked. Look forward to playing through as a femShep again, some day in the future.
ME3 looks like they brought back more RPG elements to the weapons like in ME1 from some of the bioware videos I'm seeing posted. I have mixed feelings. I like the depth it adds but at the same time so many of the weapons were close in specs and after a certain point they were just useless once you had a really good weapon. So it just ended up wasting time looking at everything.
I have a shotgun on my ME1 Shepard that is so accurate I can long shot Geth with headshots and take them down. Everything else is just garbage.