Mmm, considering Jack's history, I think this is very possible due to certain outcomes. She obviously had a lot of emotional issues, most due to Cerberus's experiments on her. When talking to Jack you find that she had been in a relationship before, a seemingly serious one. She cries a bit when telling Shepard that the guy died saving her. After continually talking to and romancing her you see how she gets attached to Shepard, initially not wanting to because everyone either dies, leaves her, or betrays her. Assuming you do romance her; if Shepard did die I'm sure she'd breakdown like this.
Yeah, she really is an amazing character. In fact, all the characters in Mass Effect 2 were awesome, especially their personal missions. Jack really stood out for me, though. She's the most powerful human biotic ever encountered, tough and mean as hell, original and great design, and had a great story.
Same here. Not too many games get you so involved like this series did, especially because our decisions make the game unique to us. To be honest, I was really disappointed in the ending. Actually, ME3 overall disappointed me, because it was such a downgrade from the second, disregarding graphics and gameplay. I don't hate the ending they gave it ( the god child and only 3 choices), but I hated how the endings were so similar even with the extended cut DLC. I wish Bioware gave us truly unique endings showing that our choices throughout the 3 games actually affected the ending. But I still love 3, because it was a great experience.
Dude I loved Mass Effect 3, the gameplay was so much more fluid and dynamic. (Damnit, I think I'm going to install and play it again TONIGHT !). But you are right, the begining and end of any artistic composition (game, song, book etc)-are cruuucial. The endings could have been much better. Hell, someone on deviantart wrote an alternate ending at it got some massive popularity at one stage. I hope bioware get working on similar titles that allow for a unique experience: they can only learn from these mistakes