|QUOTE (GTAvanja @ Friday, Oct 5 2012, 20:36)|
| The ending still didn't make any logical sense. And yes, it was an ass-pull. Casey Hudson and Mark Waters changed it at the last minute without any input from the rest of the writers. And it shows. Just look at how good is the rest of the game. But the ending is terrible and it just came out of nowhere. And if you fail to see all the plot holes and in it even after playing all 3 games then something is wrong with the way your brain works.|
But there is really no point in arguing about any of this until Bioware is done with the SP DLCs.
I didn't mind the ending personally, as far as it not making sense I understand where you are coming from. I wound up thinking that the reapers were just a rampant AI that went all terminator millions of years prior and for some sick reason decided to cleanse the galaxy every so often.
I don't think that's what the writers had in mind, but it would help explain what doesn't make sense. Either way, if you take it with a grain of salt there is still plenty of room for games set after the destruction of the reapers.