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Post by trog @ 01:03pm 17/08/11 | 14 Comments
More from Gamescom with a new trailer from EA for Mass Effect 3. Titled 'Squad leader', it looks at some of the aspects of, uh, leading a squad and shows off a bunch of related gameplay. For those who came in late on Mass Effect 3:
Earth is burning. Striking from beyond known space, a race of terrifying machines have begun their destruction of the human race. As Commander Shepard, an Alliance Marine, your only hope for saving mankind is to rally the civilizations of the galaxy and launch one final mission to take back the earth.


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ravn0s
Posted 01:08pm 17/8/11
the date at the end is going to confuse a lot of americans.
Chuckeh
Posted 03:03pm 17/8/11
parabol
Posted 03:12pm 17/8/11
Is it just me or did the player animations not blend into each other? They seemed to instantly snap from one player action to another.

Also it seems it has the same dumbed-down consolesque cover system as ME2. Incoming rocket? no worries just let go of a button to hide behind a waist high crate with your head and limbs still protruding, but take zero damage!
Khel
Posted 03:14pm 17/8/11
Interested to find out why hes fighting Cerberus again. Hope we find out who the illusive man really is too.
Spook
Posted 03:26pm 17/8/11
Hope we find out who the illusive man really is too


Spoiler:
martin sheen


Spoiler:
lolz
Dazhel
Posted 03:51pm 17/8/11
Stupid dd-mm-yy vs mm-dd-yy formats.
The Japanese have it all sorted out. Their dates even sort alphabetically: yyyy-mm-dd
Nerfy
Posted 04:01pm 17/8/11
Is it just me or did the player animations not blend into each other

I noticed that too. Though, it's a Bioware game - It'll be about the plot and characters, and the combat will be fun in a just-ok way.

The Japanese have it all sorted out. Their dates even sort alphabetically: yyyy-mm-dd

Damn that's awesome.
Tepid
Posted 06:16pm 17/8/11
reverse alphabetically?
Nerfy
Posted 06:49pm 17/8/11
reverse alphabetically?

Basically if you order the items alphabetically (say if you labelled windows folders with dates and sorted by name), you get them correctly ordered with that format.

e.g.
1999-10-25
1999-10-26
2005-12-15
ravn0s
Posted 07:14pm 17/8/11
i think you mean numerically.
Dazhel
Posted 07:40pm 17/8/11
alphabetically and numerically!
Nerfy
Posted 07:42pm 17/8/11
i think you mean numerically.

alpha-numeric as it were. :P
Midda
Posted 09:49pm 17/8/11
Is it just me or did the player animations not blend into each other? They seemed to instantly snap from one player action to another.

Yeah, this must be from an older build or something, the animations were pretty horrible. I mean, Mass Effect has always had terrible facial animation, but all of the other animation is generally fine. It looks like this video just had placeholder stuff (though you'd think they'd just use the existing animations for placeholder).
Mantorok
Posted 10:34pm 17/8/11
Stupid dd-mm-yy vs mm-dd-yy formats.The Japanese have it all sorted out. Their dates even sort alphabetically: yyyy-mm-dd
Or they could just use 01-Jan-1970.
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