If it's crap ... We'll tell you
So Bioware has been teasing this new DLC to be their biggest to date. Eight of their writers, several of their composers and a majority of the main cast are all attached to it at the moment. Whatever it is, it is supposed to be huge.
Now there is little hope that it will be a change to the ending since they tried to put their foot down months ago saying the Extended Cut would be the last thing they would do for the ending. Although, if they truly acknowledge how unpopular they have become because of that debacle, maybe they might change their minds....
Regardless, if it isn't the ending, what could possibly be enough to "make us cry" and "blow us away" like they think it will?
hardcore sex between shepard and garrus, that will definitely make me cry and blow me away at the same time.
Blasto the Spectre character.
Actually the only thing I heard was that the voice actors for Kaiden and Joker are returning along with everything else you said. It is really hard to speculate. Considering Kaiden has returned, maybe it is a side mission where you play as him or Ashley performing a secret Spectre mission after recovering but before they join Shepard's party.
OOH I got a good one. Since they brought the Collectors back in a recent DLC, maybe they will introduce a campaign involving them. The Reapers are losing control over them with the loss of the general in the second game and the Collectors are going rogue. Since Javik has that strange tactile memory thing, a vague genetic memory is arising within their collective and they wish to oppose their masters, but are insane due to all the alterations performed on them. It would make us cry for if you have Javik, he has to come to terms with what his species has become. You are given the option to use his memory shard on them so that they gain the memories of their civilization and overcome their indoctrination, or allow them to be destroyed in an act of mercy so that they do not live as abominations. Maybe introduce a little hope that Javik can be among his people in a different form. I think that would be really compelling and tragic to watch.
I find it very interesting that they would bring back the majority of cast, including voice actors who are not part of your squad, to be part of the next DLC. We know that Sam Hullick is returning to do the score and has said that the score would "make us cry." Files extracted from the Extended Cut and Omega say that the DLC would focus on the Citadel. All previous DLC took place before the assault on the Cerberus base, but could it be possible that this new DLC could take place after that? I can't exactly see Bioware setting the next DLC on the Citadel before the assault on the Cerberus base. The Omega DLC generated a very unfavorable reaction from fans, and I can't see them repeating that same mistake again. Rumors have circulated of a DLC called Guardian that would explore the origins of the Keepers, indoctrination and reveal the location of the Reaper "home world" in the far reaches of Dark Space. While it would be interesting to explore that location, I can't see it taking place before the events of the Cerberus base. The Reaper home world feels very much like a conclusion to the main game than a side story. The fact that Hullick is returning (he did not work on the last two SP DLC's) gives me a little hope that this is the final conclusion. Hinting at creating a score that is clearly meant to inspire sadness screams of a post breath ending. That music may focus on Shepard's final interaction with his "family." Why bring back the original composer to for the game if it's just for a side story? Why bring back additional voice actors who are not part of your squad? Seth Green was previously not included in any past SP DLC for any of the Mass Effect games. Again this gives me hope this might be a post breath DLC. The fact that Bioware is including 8 Mass Effect writers gives me hope that they are taking this recent DLC installment very seriously. All of these writers worked on major parts of the game and most were assigned to write stories and dialogue for Shepard's squad mates. Patrick Weekes, my favorite of the Bioware writers and the primary writer for Tali and the Quarian/Geth conflict, is also included. Why include so many writers who worked on the main game for one piece of DLC? It points to a significantly different piece of DLC that is clearly not the same as the others previously released.
It'll only just be extra padding for an already weak franchise.
Weak franchise? It has some of the most emotional moments in gaming history. No video game series has ever made me feel that way.
The first game was the best. Not as technically good gameplay wise as the others, but it had a good heart to it. From there it went downhill story wise.
It has some of the most emotional moments in gaming history
Come on.. The first one was the only decent one like Iron Man said, and even it had some big issues.
It hardly has the "most emotional moments in gaming history".
Shut up and go back to play your crappy nintendo games
I have no idea why some of the people commenting are being so rude. I guess that's what I get for venturing into the forums. There was a reason why I haven't gone back to it in months. George Knight and Sgt. Crispy reminded me of that. I understand if you don't like something, but there is no need to be a dick about it by insulting people.
How was I rude at all? Because I disagreed with you? Point out where in my comment where I insulted you at all, please.