Best of 2010 - Best Writing/Dialogue Nominees
Find out our nominees for Best Writing/Dialogue of 2010!
how did brave and the bold get in this list of great games... oh well, i guess you have to toss a stupid game in with the great ones...
@sliperywhenwet6 I'm pretty sure that was a "Tempest SMG" that she was holding, and she didn't miss either. It's just that a single shot from a light weapon like that wouldn't really do much against the shields in Shepard's armor. That's why I always play the "Soldier" class. Rate of fire doesn't count for much if your weapon doesn't have any punch behind it. :P
@wopchop10 Oh right, I should have noticed that seen as i've completed the game haha. Thanks for pointing that out.
@gwa17 try playing damnation it will answer that question very very well lol (not that im comparing it to me2 in any way however that would be super wrong)
I still don't know how that woman from that scene on Mass Effect 2 could possibly miss from that range with a shotgun lol.
CoD:BO did have some REALLY good voice acting, but, I do not agree it should have been in this list. Everyone who played ME2 knows ME2 wins. RDR is 2nd though.
@durio Black Ops? Are you serious? I cannot think of a more cheesy, contrived game. Maybe some exciting moments, but the writing is pretty near the bottom on the list of good communicators.
I actually preferred Mass Effect 1's more political nature, but Mass Effect 2 still has some great writing, and should take the prize.
Hands down Gran Turismo 5 - lol just kidding. I wish I had a 360 so I could determine Alan Wake. Black Ops should've been there.
What?! Black Ops wasn't nominated?! Get a whiff of this SIZZLING dialogue boys! "The Numbers Mason! The Numbers! Now recount everything you did nice and slowly for the people at home! Yes thats right, talk into the microphone labelled Exposition Mr. Worthington! We're telling a STORY this time!"