Die Hard Quadrilogy,The Matrix, Speed, Armageddon (Yeah i don't give a shit), The Mummy 1 e 2, Independence Day; Casino Royale, Bourne trilogy, Batman Begins, Bad Boys 2. Titan A.E., Ghost In The Shell, Toy Story 1,2 and 3 (along with almost every other Pixar film), Kung Fu Panda, The First 3 Indiana Jones movies, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Terminator 1 and 2, Commando, Duel, The Mask, Jaws, Aliens, It's a Wonderful Life, Blade, Blade 2
All Time Worst Movies:
Robin Hood (2010), Meet The Spartans,Prometheus, Alien Resurrection, Alien vs. Predator 2, The Love Guru
Cloverfield: (yeah that's right.) Pinocchio (2002 live action version), National Lampoon's Gold Diggers, Battlefield Earth, In The Name Of The King, Alone In The Dark, Juno. Transmorphers (WTF was that?!)
AND DISASTER MOVIE uuuuugh THE HORRORRR!!!
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Bruce Willis, Will Smith, Keifer Sutherland, Christian Bale, Heath Ledger Robert Downey Jr. Samuel L. Jackson: AKA the toughest man on the planet, Radha Mitchell: HOT!!!
Christopher Nolan, The Cohen Bros., Kathryn Bigelow, Martin Scorsese, David Lynch, Steven Spielberg
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The first time I played through it I picked control because I didn't want to kill synthetics, like EDI (who I adore) and the Geth where you work so hard to get them to get along with the Quarians and to throw it all away felt like a betrayal.
I liked the extended ending to Mass Effect 3, a lot better than the original; I think everyone can agree with that. It's really a comprise, its not going to please everyone, but I felt that "control" ending was the best choice in my opinion and it was good to see it be more elaborated on with the extended cut and I liked the result that came with that choice.
The newer option they added where you can just refuse to do nothing was a cool idea in concept, but I felt that it fell flat in a way; Bioware should've incorporated your EMS into that , if its not at 95% or more than everyone will die and the cycle repeats and in that aspect it works with the Mass Effect universe but it's depressing as fuck.
I they should've done that, because with the extended cut it makes wanting to play the multiplayer to get a high enough readiness completely useless (no really need to play it, in the end).
Yes, I found it a bit strange of them to announce an Special edition of the game with no release date to accompany it. I've heard rumors in the Hitman Forums (yes, I frequent those, for exclusives) that there might be a Fall release for Hitman Absolution. Late fall/early holiday release window.
I can't say anything final until it comes out, at this point, I don't really care anymore lol. I was disappointed with the ending, I felt that it went against everything Mass Effect stood for.
At first I wanted them to change it because it was objectively bad, people who like the ending can't convince me to like it, too many plot holes. From the looks of it the Extended Cut will expand more on that "ending." I'm still sticking with the "Indoctrination Theory," the most reasonable and logical explanation for that ending, although I don't even think Bioware knew that they unintentionally made it look that way.
I don't know Chris, its been really getting out of hand, its to a point where people have to put their foot down and say "we're not taking this shit anymore." It won't happen, not enough people will go through with a boycott to show them they mean business (it's what happened when some people boycotted Modern Warfare 3, and they were the one's who were playing it on day one on Steam).
Oh no, we'll see my good man. I believe I'm near the end of Mass Effect 3, I look forward to discussing it on the podcast either this week or the next (spoiler-free of course).
Although, I'm hopeful because most of the spoiler-free reviews I've read from individuals that I find have the same gaming taste as I do, they've not mentioned or commented on their thoughts about the ending; we'll see when I finish it.