Mass Effect 3 – Most Regretful Choices
I played and finished Mass Effect 3 quite some time ago and it had been a fun ride, though the ending is kinda.. controversial. I might be making a full review on this game soon so more onto that soon I guess.
As all of you know, Mass Effect is very reliant on choices and actions taken by the gamer themselves, which could effect the outcomes, and taking it in a more exaggerating manner, the choices could even effect the whole galaxy. For this minor post of mine, I just want to share everyone my most regretful choices and decisions I made in Mass Effect overall (since I play all three installments in a “one-way trip” without any replays). A warning for spoilers, just in case.
Destroying Maelon’s data
I didn’t know what was I thinking, or what was the reasoning behind my actions in Mass Effect 2, with me choosing to destroy Maelon’s data. Obviously, this isn’t a positive outcome. Because of this, Eve didn’t survive in Mass Effect 3, which is a bummer, as Eve was pretty badass. Ohh shucks.
The death of Kelly Chambers
Before diving into the suicide mission in Mass Effect 2, I remembered I took my own sweet time in preparation, which caused my whole damn crew to be sacrificed, including Kelly. This was very unexpected to me since I believe this is the very first time a RPG game actually took the “concept of time” into gameplay. I remember when I was playing some old Final Fantasy games, I was having my sweet time preparing (for a few days even) when the final boss was right there..
And yes that’s all. Surprisingly enough, I only did two regretful things. I didn’t regret destroying the Collector’s base, I didn’t regret letting the rachni queen live, and tons of other heavy decisions which leads to outcomes I didn’t regret.
Aforementioned, I perhaps, might be making a full review of the game soon so please look forward to it.