Well, I have finished the demo. If that is supposed to be the representative of the entire game... EWWWW! I suppose the demo was made with people clicking 'action mode' in mind, because dialogue was quite frankly horrible. Not filled with inconsistencies but overall pretty cool like ME2, it was just horribly written AND filled with inconsistencies.
Let's begin from the beginning: You get a long cut-scene at the start, that is interactive only in 2 places and what you say doesn't really influence anything. First thing that I have noticed here is how poorly it is written. I mean, all ME games had this B-movie vibe, but it worked thanks to good execution. ME3 has just ... Horrible dialogues from what I have seen, not to mention the 'cool' one-liners you encounter later on. When I finally got into the game, what I got was a mediocre action experience. And pretty much the end to any meaningful dialogue, right to the end of the demo.
Oh right, there WAS one other part with dialogue - completely cut out of context, you find yourself in a dropship with Wrex. Out of the sudden, Liara appears, saying something cool, and then the blue Turian person appears, saying something cool as well. And everyone smiles and laughs like old buddies, and... Ugh, that was cheesy and ... Ugh. Well, after that part, you're thrown into another action sequence, without any explanation whatsoever as well, and ... Just fight through to the end of demo.
What. The. Fuck. What the fuck was that? It just seems to me that the whole thing was designed to people who pick "Action mode." I didn't like a single bit of what the demo showed, and demos usually show good parts. I fear to think how BAD parts of this game look like.
Post edited February 15, 2012 by Fenixp