**DO NOT COPY, TRACE, STEAL, CLAIM AS YOUR OWN, UPLOAD ELSEWHERE ELSE WITHOUT PERMISSION BLAH BLAH BLAH**
That's what I thought during ME3 ending sequence.
The whole "choose your own death" thing seems so forced, like Bioware wanted to kill off Shepard without even trying to make it "epic".
Actually, my view on certain events is wrong. However, I was wrong because the ending itself is misleading.
When a company has to clarify the ending via forum posts, Twitter or addidional DLCs, it means that either players are retarded or that the ending is flawed.
Anyway, here's the list of things Bioware has explained on the Internet:
- mass relays did *not* go super-nova like in Arrival and did *not* destroy any systems
- it is possible to travel between systems even without mass relays, i.e. nobody's stuck in the Sol system
- the crew of the Normandy is *not* stuck on the planet