SomeScrub wrote:I seriously don't see how you could think this is one of the best games you have ever played. The combat is so heavily recycled that I've just been blowing through everything. The same censored I did with my adept in me2 works better than ever. It's me2 but not as good in pretty much anyway.
I really disagree with this. I was disappointed with ME2 because I felt that all the RPG elements of the first game had been completely stripped away. I also felt that I was being propelled through the game at 100mph. I think RPGs need the lulls and grinds (eg. the Mako!) to help you feel more integrated into the world and to help you appreciate the highs more. What ME2 did do well, though, was to improve the combat and add better variation to the missions.
For me, ME3 not only has even more variety in its missions (I mean in terms of the set-plays, environments, etc), but it also regains some of the old RPG components lost from the first game (not all, but enough to make it better than ME2 in this regard).
HalcyonDaze00 wrote:Not sure about this as even though I havent reached the end I have still seen the results of my choices quite a lot throughout the game so far, I may change my mind when I see the ending but the story so far does seem to be reflecting things I have done in the past which is ace.
Throughout the game this is done really well, no doubt about it. It just...well, maybe I'll wait to hear what your thoughts are after you've finished the game!