I have to say, I'm really enjoying the game.
I was a little distracted by the mouths at first, and I had one character disappear, but that is something that has happened in every game I have ever played. And yes, my sisRyder looks like a boy who fell into a box of hammers and then put on a bad wig. BUT. I'm still having a lot of fun. Those of you who know me, know that I'm pretty laid back and easy going... at least I think I am? Moment of self-doubt lol. Anyway, small glitchy things in games aren't really a deal breaker for me.
It's always difficult when you start to compete with yourself. When I was in school I painted something that people fawned over. I won some awards with it, and received much positive feedback. The problem comes when you need to one up yourself. People figure the progression should be that each picture you do be better than the one before. If it isn't, even though it might be very good, there is a certain amount of disappointment. Not all concepts or executions turn out wonderfully, but the pressure to succeed is real and can become overwhelming.
Annnnnnyway, I'm really enjoying myself. It feels like ME1 & ME2 had a baby, but ME2 is an absentee father so ME3 is helping to raise the thing. I've LOL'd several times at dialogue and find the characters generally interesting, as well as the story. Exploring in space and on the ground is nice and I like reading about all the planets. I am a little worried I won't find a new turian boyfriend, but I can still hope. It's been a long dry spell, so it's good to be playing Mass Effect again.