Re: The Perspective Corner: Mass Effect 3 and Episode V
I think the premium the fans are putting on emotional validation is kindof extreme, really. And I wonder if that in itself is a generational thing. My generation had to use imagination to involve ourselves with limited presentation. Does a newer generation expect everything to be perfect because the graphics are developing much quicker than everything else?
Again, I thought Mass Effect's story was a bit hokey from the get-go, but I did enjoy the character background bits, the universe felt fleshed out, even if it was a universe of hallway shooting galleries with ammo crates and chest high walls everywhere.