I always don't want to do that! I want to see the good in the characters, but I'm so curious that I just make a second play through where I do all the bad dialogue options just to find out what the heck they were going to say!
@Good Pineapple Pizza, I tried to do a renegade play through of mass effect 2, but some of renegade dialog options were just too mean, like the one where Sheppard pushes some guy to a ledge and says, "the sound your body makes when it hits the ground, do you think you'll hear it before you die?"
@Swagnamite, oh that's bad ass I've never played that game all the way through, when I do a Renegade play I'm definitely doing that option
@Good Pineapple Pizza, I would definitely recommend you do finish it, the mass effect series is one of my favorites, even considering 3's ending..
@Swagnamite, hey who knows maybe when the 10-year anniversary edition comes out they'll have extra endings added in
@Good Pineapple Pizza, doubtful considering they didn't add any for the newly released remastered trilogy
@Swagnamite, the remastered the whole trilogy? I thought it was just the first mass effect and they removed the butt shots
@Good Pineapple Pizza, nah, it was the whole trilogy, the first one just got the biggest improvements
@Swagnamite, ah, ok cool
@Good Pineapple Pizza, fable was the absolute best game to do a good play through then an evil play through
@Swagnamite, the games were ok I guess....
@Swagnamite, my only problem with mass effect renegade, I want to be renegade, not a space racist
My first time playing Skyrim, that one woman has you follow her and I just killed her and ripped her clothes off.
I sat there like: “why. Is this allowed!? What have I become!?”
And then her brother was PISSED
Or when you pick a dialogue choice and it’s much more rude and mean than you intended it to be so you have to load the last save which was 17 minutes ago just so you don’t have the NPC staying sad.
Two playthroughs... One to always be kind.... And one to, KILL!!!
I just don’t like being a jerk for no good reason
More feelings for video games then real people