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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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The Better Business Bureau Says Yes, Mass Effect 3 Was Falsely Advertised [Mass Effect]

Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku (3 years ago)

Fans upset with the outcome of Mass Effect 3 have been crying "false advertising" since the get go, arguing that the ability to "completely shape" their experience as promised by EA and BioWare never materialized. According to the B... Read Post

Mass Effect 3 ending may constitute false advertising, says US consumer group

Entertainment / Video Games : Eurogamer (3 years ago)

The widely pilloried ending to Mass Effect 3 may constitute false advertising on the part of developer BioWare, according to US trading standards group the Better Business Bureau. A new blog post from its communications director Mar... Read Post

EA accused of falsely advertising Mass Effect 3

Entertainment / Video Games : CVG (3 years ago)

US watchdog says promise to let players "completely shape" the ending wasn't fulfilled. US watchdog the Better Business Bureau has concluded that EA falsely advertised Mass Effect 3.Click here to read the full article Related Storie... Read Post


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