You know, there has been a lot of nerd rage out there in regards to Mass Effect 3 having a day one DLC launch.
Stuff about how dare they not include the full game, yadda yadda.
The full game is there. I'm about oh, 50 percent of the way through, I think, and I have the DLC. It's nothing that is needed for the story. Yes, there is some nice back fill there that fans will want to see. But it's nothing that has to be in the game, nor is it anything you miss out on by not having the DLC. It's not like Bioware kept the last few chapters to themselves or anything. Don't want it, don't buy it, but enough of the rage already.
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