Originally Posted by DreadMagus
Oh come now, Mass Effect 1-3 gave us primary colors. What more do you want?
This. So much this. Not to mention Bioware probably had triple the budget and time for their series. Honestly I feel choices matter just for the different relationships they create. Even if the choices didn't matter, I'm still happy with the illusion of choice which adds a awesome flavour to the game.
Besides I think quite a few people want right and wrong choices to make. They wanted to save Carely or Doug or Larry or Ben, or keep Lilly with them and I think that's a stupid thing to expect. Firstly because TT can't make wildly branching story lines. Secondly because for example if someone could save Carely in ep 3, everyone who didn't would just go back and do it and ep 3 would miss a very shocking and emotional moment and the ep wouldn't be as good as it is. People who failed to save her would feel like they were just getting a glorified game over and would simply go back and change it.
I hope what I just wrote made sense :P