Mass Effect 3 endingsMass Effect 3 endings by Vader999
I would take the scene where Shepard survives the "Destroy" ending and takes a breath and then have a Geth trooper pull him or her out from the rubble of London, which he/she never left after getting shot by Harbinger. Then Shepard is like "didnt I destroy the Reapers and all synthetics?" Then the Geth is like "What are you talking about? You got us and the Quarians working together!" Then Aria walks over and bitchslaps Shepard to wake him/her up more then you get into the Mako (while she drives) and have a final fight with Harbinger while the second wave of infantry made up of Krogan, Geth, Turian, and Asari backing up mercs and Alliance soldiers charging towards the conduit and against the Reaper armies. You run and gun around arcade style, avoiding Harbinger's blasts by shooting his "tendrils" before they fire, while he vaporizes one part of the army after the other, then you shoot him at his weak spots, you fire a M920 Cain rounds into his weak spots, especially the eye, every time
Dredd 3D in London - but it needs your support!EDIT: Only 10 days left and only 5 out of 50 tickets have been sold! Remember, if you want to go see it, buy your tickets now because you ONLY pay if the event reaches the minimum goal (50 tickets/ 500 pounds). This really is a fantastic movie, and it would do it justice to have it financially successful in the cinemas. Kickstarter was done so the cinema would be assured to cover its costs. Please share the links if you support the idea, or tag a friend on facebook! ^^Dredd 3D in London - but it needs your support! by Dreddheads
I'd be there in a flash if I lived in London as Dredd (2012) is one of my favourite films and I realise now it would be quite the experience to see it in 3D.
Anyway, one of the workers at Barnet Odeon cinema wants to bring back Dredd to the big screen, for the fans to enjoy in 3D and also to make the first movie seem more financial. If you weren't aware, it didn't perform well at the box office, but has remained a consistently high seller on DVD as the word spread around. (A poor marketing campaign and the fact that i