Now I'm sorry about the rather bland and uninteresting thread title (and possibly the bland and uninteresting content of this post), but this has been bugging me since Bioware started marketing ME3. Normally something so obscure and nit-picky wouldn't bother me, but this one has stuck for some reason. ME2's trailers and pre-release material seemed (to me) to be of reasonably high quality, had a wide appeal (e.g. the Dirty Dozen trailer), and the pre-release documentary bits were actually quite interesting (Sci-vs-Fi, ME2's youtube channel). Don't get me wrong, it was clearly hype designed to get people yelling "OMGMASSEFFECT2!!1!" from the rooftops, but unlike almost every other game's attempts at attention grabbing, it got me excited about the game. Now, ME3's various marketing bits and bobs seem condescending by comparison. The (comparatively) in-depth documentary bits have been replaced by drastically-shortened and considerably shallower episodes of this Bioware Pulse thingy which in which the intro and extro bits (do not want) are so forced they might as well be trying to cram an Airbus Beluga up your nostrils. Only the announcement trailer appears to be particularly interesting, with the others appearing somewhat generic and unexciting. Then there was that FemShep thing which apparently got some people quite angry. Am I alone in this feeling?