I feel so betrayed…

I stayed up late because I was so sucked into Mass Effect 3’s finale that I didn’t realize I didn’t have enough EMS points to get the BEST ending and I was literally CRYING!  WTF BIOWARE?!  HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO ME!  

Thankfully they keep the save for before you infiltrate the Illusive Man’s base because I have about $50 to spend on the ME3 DLCs because apparently ME is all I’m doing these days outside of work and I’ll be darned if I don’t get that best ending before the month is out…

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 I almost lost you once.

I just finished Wolf Among Us and despite the brutal gore of the graphics (seriously, don’t play some of it while you’re eating, actually don’t eat at all you need both hands) it has an amazing story! 

Now, if only they could turn the rest of the comics into a game…this style was thoroughly enjoyable. (Also not the biggest fan of the style in the comic books)

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Recently bought the Mass Effect Trilogy for PS3 and just finished ME2 a few hours ago, I couldn’t wait to download the DLCs, but when I went through the PS3 store it claimed I needed a code.
There wasn’t a code.
Not in the manual, the packaging, not even on the promotion paper promoting the free DLCs the PS3 trilogy supported, so I moseyed over to my computer and got on a chat with EA AND PSN.  I figured this would be an easy fix considering that EA gave me a new code for a Sims 3 game a while ago.
Apparently PS3 codes are not given out even with proof of purchase, something about third party and I would have to contact EA/Bioware directly (which doesn’t make sense considering EA sent me to PSN and then PSN sent me back to EA).  Both told me to go back to Gamestop and exchange the game (which I personally find wasteful and asinine). 
It took an hour of waiting for the chat to open up then another 45 minutes to get no help AND THEN I went onto PSN store on the computer and found I could purchase the freebies from the computer and they would show up automatically on the PS3 system.  No code required.
…
Neither EA or PSN (ironically their own store) gave me that option and I absolutely believed I needed that code and I found a way around it.  Took practically 2 hours of my Sunday.
Absolutely ridiculous.  
Mass Effect is worth it thought.

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Recently bought the Mass Effect Trilogy for PS3 and just finished ME2 a few hours ago, I couldn’t wait to download the DLCs, but when I went through the PS3 store it claimed I needed a code.

There wasn’t a code.

Not in the manual, the packaging, not even on the promotion paper promoting the free DLCs the PS3 trilogy supported, so I moseyed over to my computer and got on a chat with EA AND PSN.  I figured this would be an easy fix considering that EA gave me a new code for a Sims 3 game a while ago.

Apparently PS3 codes are not given out even with proof of purchase, something about third party and I would have to contact EA/Bioware directly (which doesn’t make sense considering EA sent me to PSN and then PSN sent me back to EA).  Both told me to go back to Gamestop and exchange the game (which I personally find wasteful and asinine). 

It took an hour of waiting for the chat to open up then another 45 minutes to get no help AND THEN I went onto PSN store on the computer and found I could purchase the freebies from the computer and they would show up automatically on the PS3 system.  No code required.

Neither EA or PSN (ironically their own store) gave me that option and I absolutely believed I needed that code and I found a way around it.  Took practically 2 hours of my Sunday.

Absolutely ridiculous.  

Mass Effect is worth it thought.