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June 23rd, 2010, 14:02
Originally Posted by DArtagnan View Post
Which is why I spoke about both as separate entities
Ooops, must have misunderstood then. Sorry.



The characters themselves were pretty standard-fare, but they made sense and carried what they needed to, quite well.
That's the problem to me. In KOTOR the characters (with maybe the exception of Jolee Bindo) were all standard, and yet they clicked for me because of how well they interacted and how well they worked inside the Star Wars setting (except Carth… Anomen Mk II, as bad as the first one ).
In Mass Effect they didn't work for me. There were instances, like Ashley's backstory and personal dialogue and Tali's backstory where I actually felt 'the writers are trying too hard here'.

But again, this wasn't a discussion about Mass Effect, so sorry to have brought it out here, it's just that every time I read about Mass Effect having a fantastic story I wonder what's so fantastic about it…

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