So this week I decided its finally time to put out my review for Mass Effect 3, but why so late you ask? Well with all the fuss that surrounded this game at its time of release, I decided to look the other way for a while and let things die down, not to mention muscle my way through my backlog of titles that I haven’t finished yet. I figured it wasn’t worth playing the third title of this grand trilogy until I can spare the time to do the game justice, not just because I wanted to review it, but because I wanted to enjoy it, so here goes.
Mass effect 3 has of course been with us since March this year, going from strength to strength in sales with its multi-format release, despite the controversy about its conclusions, re-released endings, patches and DLC packs, none of which I will be discussing beyond this paragraph, given that is already ground well trodden, because in my opinion, if you put 100+ hours (200+ in my case) into a trilogy that you love only to debunk it as rubbish because of the last scene, then I don’t know what to make of that.
Love it or hate it, this game, its developers, or its publishers, you can’t deny the numbers, Mass Effect 3 is one of the biggest sensations of this gaming generation, a multi-million selling masterpiece of modern RPG, so lets take a look at what’s new in Mass Effect 3 and see how far Shepard has come in his many fights across the galaxy.
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