Mass Effect 3 (2012)

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Earth is under attack by a monstrous race of gigantic living ships known as the Reapers. Even if Commander Shepard could unite all surviving species in the galaxy, only a miracle could save them. Then again, Shepard did come back from the dead.


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3 February 2013 | yasenkiranov
| The best one!!!
An epic conclusion to an epic trilogy,"Mass Effect 3" is my favorite entry in the franchise.That is not to say the game is without flaws(it had one major flaw before the extended cut was released).

The gameplay is improved.Bioware learned from their mistakes and made the combat\leveling even better than the second.A few new features have been added,but I won't go into details.

What I really liked was the story,it's more tense and dramatic than the previous two.At some points I even cried.

Since I find it hard to structure my arguments about what I like,I will just point out,what I didn't like.(big rant about the ending is not encluded,firstly because the extended cut is already released,secondly so many people have talked about it there is no point)

-James Vega-He is a boring,underdeveloped and stereotypical character. I don't know why they added him,he feels so out of place.

-I felt the game was too short,however I last played it before the "Leviathan" and "Omega" DLCs,so that may no longer be the case.

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6 March 2012



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