That the voice acting in Mass Effect 3 was much much better then in ME1 and ME2? I haven't played ME1 enough to remember if it was bad then, but I swear in ME2, every time a Male Sheperd(Mark Meer) spoke, he sounded like a constipated super-hero? I don't want to be mean, but even when someone died, I swear, if I closed my eyes, I saw Buzz Lightyear, or Superman. The only time I didn't was during a intimate coversation with an LI(etc. Tali) and then it just sounded like a love story, like Twilight or something. The Female Sheperd(Jennifer Hale) always sounded angry, even during Paragon lines, I swear, I'm not trying to be mean, I just noticed this. ME3 was much better, they sounded exactly the right tones, depending on the situation. Just my opinion, though so don't flame me.
Never had a problem with voice acting in last two games. It seems odd that Mordin and Wrex have their voice an octave higher or so in ME3. Wrex just doesn't have that gluttural flanging he used to have, and Mordin just sounds off and slightly high pitched somehow. --Kainzorus Prime Walkie-talkie 20:54, March 19, 2012 (UTC)
Don't know why Wrex would sound different, but Mordin is voiced by Mark Meer in ME3.
Yes Mark performed his lines better than in ME2, but worse than ME1, at the cost of animations, it has bothered me all the way through ME2 and ME3 that they recycle animations a shit load, the whole "we fight or we die" pointing animation, used at least 2-3 other times in the game. TheRealTerminal 07:33, March 20, 2012 (UTC)