The insanity over Mass Effect 3's ending has reached an entirely new low, as a Bioware forum member has filed complaints with the Federal Trade Commission and Better Business Bureau.
Let's be clear: the FTC's mission is to protect consumers, yes. But it does not protect consumers from disappointment. It protects them from trusts and unfair business practices. And the Better Business Bureau? For crying out loud, people.
"This is not somethign[sic] I was happy to do," the user wrote, "but after the terrible ending that was in no way the product that had been advertised to me and the lack of any kind of response from Bioware/EA to address this, I felt it was one of my only recourses[sic]. I'll be returning my copy of the game before the end of my 30 day return policy if the ending still hasn't been addressed by then."
If this action actually gets results I swear I'm going to quit my job.
Do you think this is justified? Has Bioware earned the punitive attention of the Federal Trade Commission for ending their game in a way that some people don't like? Please tell us so in the comments or on Twitter.