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Mass Effect - It's almost over.This makes me very sad.
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With the announcement of the final single-player DLC, Citadel comes the knowledge that it will all be over, one way or another. It could be argued that it was "over" when BioWare and EA collectively crapped on the entire Mass Effect universe almost a year ago and that, despite the Extended Cut patching up most of the holes they blew in their own franchise, their failings effectively killed what was, up to then, one of the most epic creations since the original Star Wars trilogy.
I knew that it would all come to an end one day and, despite everything, I'm still rather deflated. I'd feel this way regardless of the quality of the ending to the trilogy because for me it's been an emotional rollercoaster and, all things considered, a fucking blast!
I'm not really getting my hopes up for this DLC but I will still be getting it because I want to - a barmy notion, I know! Leviathan was alright and I will be playing Omega again before I pass my final judgement as I rushe
Expecting A Little Shepard (John x Jane Shepard)
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He could hardly believe any of this was real. He was nothing more than a simple grunt of a soldier for the Alliance a few years ago, now he was a legendary war hero that repelled the biggest threat the known galaxy had ever seen. He was living a dream; his reality had warped into an endless dream with nothing but happiness and the occasional politics to fill it. There was still fighting, and although the races were attempting peace and equality there was always work that needed to be done, life that needed to be improved. But John Shepard was content. He had everything he could ever desire, a large and exquisite house, the support of all of his friends, and Jane.
Jane was the yin to his yang, his lover, his wife, his everything. He had never thought he would be so lucky as to clumsily fall in love with her and be with her through it all. His spine was shivering as he entered the threshold from the hallway into the kitchen finding her standing, leaning heavily into the island in the mid