Yeah, I will agree there. Running from any Geth, you're fine. Troopers always get you in the back, since thier pulse rifles, though weak, are deadly accurate, and since your shields will be down and likely 3 blocks of health gone, that'll usually down you.
Which is exactly what Harbinger and the Reapers would be counting on, your empathy not allowing you to do it, no matter whether it's true or not, which is why Indoctrination Theory makes so much sense.
Thats just it! I did that! So many Pyro's and Hunters coming towards us, Grenades, Lifts, Cryo Ammo, Overloads and all sorts of crap were thrown at them, they just kept coming... then we get violated from behind because I I looked behind us, nothing there, 3 seconds later, I looked behind again, 4 god damn Pyros and a couple Hunters somehow snuck up within seconds and just... Pwned all of us!
At least Banshee's are slow as fuck and rarely try throwing shit at me, I've made a talent of kiting so many of them around the map, damaging them very very slowly, or distracting while the team picks them off. Hell, I have more trouble with Brutes.
Yeah. I liked Kasumi and Zaeed as characters but in the party they were too generic. My favorite dlc character, by far, would have to be Shale from DA:O. I brought her with me everywhere. I love characters with dry wit; Javik is a close second.
Like I said, I only agree with part of the Indoctrination theory, that is, two of the three decisions lead to full indoctrination. I don't think all of the ending was a dream sequence / indoctrination struggle, though.
I really don't like the indoctrination theory, to me it's people grasping at straws to give themselves any ending that isn't the one we got. It's like: "maybe it was all a dream?" "you mean, you would rather have a dream that didn't happen over the ending you were given being fact?" that's just a little depressing to me.
Caught out.. I think he says a lot of things in that video. My personal favourite "ME3 Ending = Bad" video is this one tho: www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MlatxLP-xs Although I think I've already linked it here.
The hordes of angry fans holding a member of Bioware hostage. One of the head designers of Bioware (Bruce Willis) comes in to deal with the situation, looking for the leader of the angry fans, because lets face it... angry fans won't do shit without someone acting like an idiot to push forward. The Bioware leader, sticking to how the product is, decides to go in and 'negotiate' with the angry fans.
That's the best I can do with a Bruce Willis movie off the top of my head.