"Those on my side" argue that the fucker his the ME equivalent of the Arquitect from the Matrix Triology.Thing is, the old man was set up in the last third of Reloaded. The kid appeared in the last 10 minutes of the 3rd, effectively cutting Harbinger from the picture, despite being set up in the end of ME2 and the Arrival dlc, on top of the codex entries that list him as the leader of the invasion on Earth.
Dude, how in the holy name of the sacred tortilla does a character being introduced "at the last 10 minutes" necessarily have any negative effect in the story ? Is that a rule ? Is that a writing law or something ? Because I don't remember Aristotle saying anything about that in his essays about the theatric arts, neither do I remember Robert McKee ever saying it was unconceivable to introduce a character at the final moments of the movie, or anyone else for that matter.
Seriously, the retakers get treated with a vastly layered, new character, meant to represent SO MUCH, and they can only find negative things in it's conception ? Really ? I mean, do you really believe Harbinger, another goddamn reaper that is exactly like all the other reapers
, is more worthy of seeing as the "final baddie" ?
Not to mention that there ISN'T a "final baddie", there is a problem, and it needs a solution.
And right now I´m on to SP goodness too.But not Skyrim.I´m one for classics, namely ME1.Time for a ME1+ME2+ME3 journey.
I'll get back on the SP when Omega or something similar comes out, I've had my fill for the moment.
And really dude, play Skyrim, your mind ? You will have to pick the pieces from your ceiling !