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Tell GR: What's The Biggest Disappointment Of 2012?

Posted on Tuesday, December 11 @ 17:30:00 PST by

When all is said and done, I think I'm more disappointed with Mass Effect's fans than I am with the ending of this generation's biggest trilogy. The amount of entitlement and whining way back in March was deafening. In fact, it got to a point where I believe I would have quite enjoyed the way my Commander Shepard ended things if I could have played it before "the controversy."

The video above contains spoilers by the way.

And far be it from me to use Tell GR as a soap box (that's your job in the comments below), but when did we all become a cadre of crying babies? Seriously, say your piece and then shut up about it. Don't go about making alternate screennames and leveraging the full might of your parent's internet service for issues as trivial as "the green ending sucks."

As I said, Tell GR isn't about me, it's about you. So before we reveal our Game of the Year awards, let's start looking back by answering:

What's the biggest disappointment in gaming of 2012?


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