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Bioware consider feedback on Mass Effect 3 ending

Bioware assert that fans may not have seen the last of their Mass Effect protagonist.

Bioware has responded to the disappointment of fans of the Mass Effect series over the ending of the final game in the trilogy.

Although its statements offer nothing conclusive, the legions of disappointed gamers should not lose hope.

"We are aware that there are concerns about a recent post from this account regarding the ending of the game. In this post it was stated that at this time we do not have plans to change the ending," the statement read on the game's Facebook page.

"We would like to clarify that we are actively and seriously taking all player feedback into consideration and have ruled nothing out. At this time we are still collecting and considering your feedback and have not made a decision regarding requests to change the ending."

A statement made by the game's executive producer, Casey Hudson, on the developer's forums asserted that "this is not the last you’ll hear of Commander Shepard", the game's protagonist. 

Angry gamers have complained that decisions made through Mass Effect 3 have little implication on the game's finale, which has been a key selling point of the series since its inception. No matter how positive the player's moral decisions are, the game only offers a sad ending.

Fans of the game have voiced their discontent through donating $70,000 (£44,000) to children's charity Child's Play as of Tuesday morning. The organisation spends the money that it raises on providing toys and games to 70 hospitals across the world.

Despite fans not being happy with the ending, the game has received critical and commercial success since its release at the beginning of this month. It is only the last ten or 15 minutes that has got fans aggrieved.

One fan, Sebastian Sobcyzk, told the BBC that Bioware should release a downloadable patch that makes other endings available.

Another gamer that goes under the name "El_Spiko" has filed a complaint over trading standards to the US Federal Trade Commission.ADNFCR-1220-ID-801322412-ADNFCR