Neoseeker : News : BioWare suggests fans keep their Mass Effect 3 saves
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tekmosis Feb 3, 12
Sometimes a company needs to know when to put an end to a good thing. Unfortunately we've seen some of the side effects of what happens when you milk the cow dry (FF, CoD). I hope BioWare has a solid game plan.
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DedValve Feb 3, 12
I don't see why not. ME series are great and so long as they keep their core mechanics which is fantastic storytelling with consequences I would love to see more.
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Spark Feb 3, 12
As long as ME3 doesn't turn into a shitfest like Dragon Age 2, sure keep the series going.
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tai0316 Feb 3, 12
quote gamerchic
The Mass Effect universe could absolutely go on, with a new hero/heroine and new enemies.

Even though Dragon Age 2 was crap for the most part(except the relationships), I can see Bioware doing what they did there by having the player import "the world" into the new game. The decisions from Dragon Age Origins and Awakenings shaped the world of DA2; like who was ruling Ferelden and the Dwarves.

Mass Effect 3 saves could be used the same way, no matter what happens to Shepard.
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DemonFowl Feb 3, 12
I think it would be quite nice to see a new start to Mass Effect, though an ending might be good too depending on where BioWare wants to go with this, but in all honesty, I'm kinda getting tired of Shep.
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Grimdark Feb 3, 12
quote tekmosis
Unfortunately we've seen some of the side effects of what happens when you milk the cow dry (FF, CoD).
Call of Duty is understandable, but I'm not sure how Final Fantasy is applicable in this case. They completely overhaul every game, including combat system, storyline (which is drawn from the ground up, with one or two exceptions), and characters. The only thing that you could argue that is rehashed or reused is the names.
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