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Mass Effect 3's ending is back in the news. Again. Apparently the BBB agrees with fans about false advertising, and I'm going to leave it alone, because if I say anything again, people will probably accuse me of taking money from giraffes or fish or something. Sophie also wrote a thing about it, which is pretty good, and Holmes was Holmes- as Holmes always is.BWUH.Destructoid Original: The
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