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The Body Popper

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#11 12 years ago

Serio;4570567

Bioware has stated that you should keep your save, as it will be used in future Mass Effect games.

Well at least you still have your save. I planned on keeping mine, but then my girlfriend accidentally deleted it when she borrowed my xbox :bawl:




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#12 12 years ago
FyuriiKoTOR's customisation was the same as ME. Different robes/armours/weapons that are just recolors of the same models.

Mass Effects customization options are no where near as good as KOTOR's. In ME, your stuck always wearing armor no matter what, and all of them look remarkably the same, KOTOR lets you have the choice of armors, robes, hell you can even just wear a regular shirt if you want too. There are no options for things like gloves, head bands/helmets (no, i don't count being able to have your helmet on or off in ME), arm bands, belts, implants ect...

Don't get me wrong, i love Mass Effect, i was just disappointed about that part. KOTOR set a new standard for RPG games, and Mass Effect did meet and exceed it in everything but that.




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#13 12 years ago
Apollo75;4574373Mass Effects customization options are no where near as good as KOTOR's. In ME, your stuck always wearing armor no matter what, and all of them look remarkably the same, KOTOR lets you have the choice of armors, robes, hell you can even just wear a regular shirt if you want too. There are no options for things like gloves, head bands/helmets (no, i don't count being able to have your helmet on or off in ME), arm bands, belts, implants ect... Don't get me wrong, i love Mass Effect, i was just disappointed about that part. KOTOR set a new standard for RPG games, and Mass Effect did meet and exceed it in everything but that.

Well there was also weapon and ammo customization. Granted, thats very small in comparison to what you are describing. But its still there! And even you have to admit, the character creation bit was impressive.




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#14 12 years ago
Apollo75;4574373Don't get me wrong, i love Mass Effect, i was just disappointed about that part. KOTOR set a new standard for RPG games, and Mass Effect did meet and exceed it in everything but that.

I'm sorry, but this is one part of your opinion I simply can't agree with in any way.

KoTOR didn't set any standards, it simply conformed to them without standing out in the genre beyond it being a SW RPG.

All it really did, was get a wider array of game players interested in RPGs.




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#15 12 years ago
Apollo75;4574373Mass Effects customization options are no where near as good as KOTOR's. In ME, your stuck always wearing armor no matter what, and all of them look remarkably the same, KOTOR lets you have the choice of armors, robes, hell you can even just wear a regular shirt if you want too. There are no options for things like gloves, head bands/helmets (no, i don't count being able to have your helmet on or off in ME), arm bands, belts, implants ect...

i dont know i think they give you more with the customization of your charterer in ME..




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#16 12 years ago
Legolas*i dont know i think they give you more with the customization of your charterer in ME..

The only thing ME does better is that you can actually create the way your characters face looks instead of using presets, but after that, it goes downhill.




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