Companions that made you feel when they died
>Playan Mount and Blade
>With GLORIOUS Rolf
>Armed him up with the greatest armor
>Gave him the best shit
>We go through so many wars
>Rhodoks start getting big
>Its massive nords vs rhodoks
>I get caught in a huge battle, so many crossbow bolts, we can't take them
>Am taken prisoner...same as Rolf
>Never see Rolf again
I usually prefer to play as a mercenary captain with 20-50 cavalrymen. I'd simply follow certain campaigns and join in ongoing battles to minimize troop losses for allied lords.
As a result, my men didn't die often. When a few of them did, it made me rethink my tactics a bit. When they all got completely massacred, I'd stop playing for at least a day to think about what I did wrong.
Mordin.I know everyone shits on Mass Effect 3 and it's completely justified, but Mordin was one of my favorite characters. I chatted with him often and his joke about settling down on a beach, collecting seashells, and maybe running tests on the seashells made me smile. Which made his "I would've liked to run tests on those seashells" line kill me even harder.
Godspeed, you scientific spaz.
that was a really cool part, I sort of liked the Legion thing, too (I saved both races)
ME3 is garbage, but it had good parts, which is probably why it hurt so much when it wasn't that good
>that renegade option to fuck over wrex
>that amazing confrontation at the citadel where he rolls up with a shotty and calls you the bitch that you are if you do this
I saw this screen shot before I ever played Infamous 1 or 2, so I just assumed Zeke would die regardless
didn't realize it was an evil playthrough until I looked it up
the evil playthrough is fucked up, goddamn
is the new one any good? it looks kinda gay
>Second Son is shit
this is the perfect face for the emotion I'm feeling
Infamous 1 and 2 weren't exactly perfect, but they definitely had big potential, especially after Inf. 2
what a shame