Combat is a lot more satisfying and fluid. The powers still seem limited and I don't know how I feel about the branching thing yet.
Also, you couldnt talk to your squadmates whenever in the game, I thought that was in? All in all it's a good shooter. Glad they removed the death veins and I thought it was cool that if you try to fire with no ammo, the ME1 Overheat sound plays.
And about Kinect, it's totally not for me. I was somewhat excited about it, but it's way more of a hassle than its worth. And I found saying the dialogue out loud sort of takes you out of the experience... and I was having a lot of problems with Kinect thinking I said something and it actually got liara killed at one point. I was flanking the turret and then all the sudden Kinect thought I told Liara to run in front of the turret (no joke) and she died. Haha, pretty clear I wont be using this!
It seems like certain accounts are getting flagged for demo access while others aren't. I had to make two accounts cause no matter what I did the first account I made was just getting the generic take ME3 quiz banner even after finishing it. The second account got the "Get access to ME3 demo by taking the quiz" banner straight away and after I finished it the banner switched to the get your code now banner.
Back during the leak and via some developer comments, it was mentioned that the Action/Story/RPG choice was really just setting up presets in an option menu down the line for combat difficulty and dialogue style. Is that still how it's done? What if you try to set dialogue to auto-conversations and combat to "story" difficulty? (Not saying I want to do this, I'm just curious.)
Hm. I got the banner that took me to the test, I did the test, I went back to the home page, the banner disappeared for a few refreshes, and then a different one showed up, only it doesn't say anything about getting a demo key anymore, and just takes me back to the stupid test.