Where am I. Who are you people. What's going on. What time is it. Why does everything taste like the sound of yellow.
Alright, so we got through the first Mass Effect mostly intact. Although that shouldn’t be too much of a surprise; playing randomly made me realize how few actual consequences there are to your actions within the first game, especially when compared to the later installments in the series. I expect to see more chaos as a result of stupid decisions when I play 2 and 3 (I am especially looking forward to 2’s Suicide Mission.)
As always, Jfu remains amazing at first aid. Everything else ended up fairly average, except armor and hacking. Never could bring up my Paragon or Renegade scores very high; most of the big scorers for those two are persuasion dialogue, and I only managed to get something like 3 or 4 of those in the whole game.
But that’s it! Randomized Mass Effect 1: Beaten. See y’all for the sequel!
Shine on, you xenophobic, mood-swinging sociopath. Shine on.
This is why I don’t want a relationship. Can you imagine being around someone all the time? Having them message you EVERY DAY?
I would go insane.
Oh hey, we’re at the part of the series where the plot armor starts wearing thin. Time to see how many casualties the Normandy’s going to be wracking up the end of the story.
It’s amazing how quickly this game goes by when you miss out most of the conversations and sidequests.
And so we leave another planet in a worst state than it was when we arrived. I’d say that by now, I’m finding Jfu creepier than Renegade Shepard ever could be. Sure, full Renegade can be a violent, crazed murderer. But at least they’re open about it. Jfu’s just so gosh darn polite, up until the option to kill someone appears and suddenly I can’t stop rolling Renegade.