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>Best girl isn't a romance option
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Having her as a romance option would be one of the few things that maybe would make ME2 torelable for me, but they didn't.
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Seriously what the fuck. All the waifus besides Tali are awful, and they don't even try to include her.
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Only lesbian option is a ginger with no soul.
Thanks Bioware.
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>>423961318
"It's DLC, we don't need to work thaaaat hard." - Bioware, probably
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>>423961042
sorry she likes Jacob
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>>423961042
>be ?
>blandest and worst guy on in the crew
>fuck Miranda before Shepard
>Kasumi wants your D instead of Shepard's
>get to fuck female Shepard too (if she is retarded enough to romance you)
>only crew-mate that cucks female Shepard that was retarded enough to romance you

How does this make you feel /v/?
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>>423963698
I liked Jacob. His romance in ME3 is just another sign of how lazy Bioware became.

>eh he isn't popular, let's just add some extra lines and be done with it
>should we at least change the thing about the scientist who acts like a cunt to Shepp if she romanced Jacob wanting to name their kid after Sheppard?
>nah

God damn, Mass Effect 3 was so shit outside of multiplayer. A shame everyone only cares about the ending.




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