Biggest redpill I can give you: "Phantom Pain" is partially inspired from "Jaya - Mahabharata". 80% of aspects of story and characters match the "Jaya - Mahabharata". It's a partial adaptation.
Here's a trailer of theory for anyone that denies it: Huey is Ashwatthama, he literally has knowledge of all weapons and he literally kills a women and children and he's spared instead of being killed and exiled in the end.
Co: "This bug drove me insane. I tried a lot of things to debug, it just stuck".
Me: "How did you debug it?"
Co: *shows a complicated debugging method using breakpoints and everything*
Me: "What about ... " *casually prints a stack trace in the try/catch exception
Co: "Wait, you can do that??"
So after completing the Mass Effect Trilogy the first time as a Vanguard, I decided to replay the trilogy as a Soldier. Thus far, I've just finished the Horizon mission in ME2, and I'm already exhausted from ME2's f**k-awful enemy design.
I can't stop buying resource packs I'll never use, or engines for that matter, or free resources as my two terabyte external will attest. I am a digital hoarder I guess. Some people get drunk off the silly juice when they are bored, I just buy shiny digital nonsense I don't need.