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I'd love to see this, honestly, same with ME1 and ME2, but the chances of EA releasing them DRM free are about the same as a snowball's chance in hell.
The only possible reason that makes me buy ME 1-3 is, that there are all DLCs included, nu DRM and no registration crap to use the game or the DLCs.
For that I would pay.
Yep. The promotion of Origin will ensure this will not happen. EA even tries to keep away from steam, putting only their older games there that would NEVER sell on Origin but might (and most likely will) sell well on Steam. They just won't admit defeat :P NOT TO MENTION that non-drm in rather new games is out of the question. And as others noticed, it is harly old... Wait 25 years, might see it happen then.
I laugh at some people who try to vote for post-Nazi EA games. It's never going to happen. EA isn't going to stand for it. They have Origin. They don't need "help".
Trust me... you do not want to wish for this game.
Origin is horrible and I hate it. But at the same time, this game isn't worth the trouble.
Would love to own it DRM free, AND most importantly minus the Origin nonsense. It's wistful but one could hope.
Why just Why? I thought GOG's main purpose was to bring back old games that where either (a) no longer available or (b) no longer supported. Why even bother asking?
Even though DRM free ME3 would be cool, this is NEVER EVER gonna happen.
Even if we ditch the "old" part of the games bit, ME3 practically oozes DRM in that godawful Origin and I don't see Bioware removing it to allow GOG to remain consistent in their DRM-free approach,
I know the difference between "old" and "new" can be rather fluid, but surely games should have been out for more than a month before we consider it old? :-p
Doesn't GOG stand for "Good Old Games" or was that a long time ago?
Coming from someone that's played through it, you're better off just considering that the series ends with 2...