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Jimquisition: Changing a game's ending and destroying art

3:00 PM on 04.02.2012  ·  Jim Sterling@JimSterling
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Does changing the ending to a videogame destroy it as a creative endeavor? Does altering a videogame to cater to fan demand set interactive art back a decade? How much influence should an audience have over a creator, and are gamers entitled to their opinions?

In this spoiler-free video, I tackle Mass Effect 3 for the final time. Yes, it's the FINAL time. No more. Finito. Done. Thank Christ.

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