There was nothing.
Absolutely nothing, as far as the eye can see. Well, except for the lamp post/tree thing. But it gave off an eerie glow. Nothing warm.
Walking forward or backward does not leave any footprint or sound of footfall and the only landmark was the lantern tree. Whatever was on the ground looked like snow, but Coraline and Mabel didn’t get the feeling of warmth that comes with snow that compels you to have a snowball fight.
Just Emptiness and the feeling of Despair.
“Mabel, let’s go home. I don’t think we’ll find what we’re looking for here.”
“Yeah…Lilli was right. Whatever happened to Miss Pevensie must have been really bad for her mind to look like this”
For Steve, who asked Coraline and Mabel hanging out but this turned into a story. And a depressing one at that.
Girls, that’s terrible of you to sneak into your theoretical science instructor’s head.
PS. Am I one of the few people who thought that what happened to Susan Pevensie was absolutely unfair? Just because she grew up and stopped believing?
I’m loving the atmosphere in this <3
Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut won’t bring any new choices or gameplay to the player. Rather, it’ll provide consequence-based exposition on the choices you’ve already made.
This clarification comes by way of Kotaku, which spoke with a BioWare spokesperson.
“Much of the focus of the Extended Cut is to expand on the variety of consequences of player choices and degrees of success,” the spokesperson said, “so, with the new content, the player’s choices should result in a much more varied experience.”
The new ending content will be woven into the game and should be accessible seamlessly. We were told that players “should be able to grab a save file before the endgame and experience the new content from there.”
This information provides a bit more clarity on the upcoming DLC. BioWare had previously said in a blog post that Extended Cut won’t be changing the game’s ending, per se, merely fleshing it out a bit more. Here’s the company’s mini-FAQ on the subject, which was posted yesterday.
What can fans expect from the Extended Cut DLC?
For fans who want more closure in Mass Effect 3, the DLC will offer extended scenes that provide additional context and deeper insight to the conclusion of Commander Shepard’s journey.
Are there going to be more/different endings or ending DLCs in the future?
No. BioWare strongly believes in the team’s artistic vision for the end of this arc of the Mass Effect franchise. The extended cut DLC will expand on the existing endings, but no further ending DLC is planned.
What is BioWare adding to the ending with the Extended Cut DLC?
BioWare will expanding on the ending to Mass Effect 3 by creating additional cinematics and epilogue scenes to the existing ending sequences. The goal of these new scenes is to provide additional clarity and closure to Mass Effect 3.
When will the Extended Cut DLC be available?
Currently the Extended Cut DLC is planned for this summer, no specific date has been announced at this point.
Why are you releasing the Extended Cut DLC?
Though we remain committed and are proud of the artistic choices we made in the main game, we are aware that there are some fans who would like more closure to Mass Effect 3. The goal of the DLC is not to provide a new ending to the game, rather to offer fans additional context and answers to the end of Commander Shepard’s story.
Will there be more Mass Effect 3 DLC?
More content is being planned and we will release information at a later date.
Top 9 for ergonomic sake.
Number 10 is Gunstar Heroes.
But yeah! Favorite games are go, talk to me about them if you want.