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Submitted by mathsman 871d ago | news

Mass Effect Trilogy Now Available [PAL Release]

A galactic saga filled with tension, insurmountable obstacles, and unforgettable characters beckons gamers this holiday season. Including all three videogames in the critically acclaimed series, Mass Effect Trilogy is available at retail stores and on Origin.com now, with a recommended retail price (RRP) of £39.99 GBP. This massive compilation is the perfect gift for long-time fans or friends who haven’t had the chance to experience the incredibly powerful and emotionally engaging universe of Commander Shepard. (Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect Trilogy Compilation, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Mathew9R   871d ago | Spam
e-p-ayeaH  +   871d ago
One of the best deals of the year considering how good the games are.
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GrahamGolden  +   871d ago
waiting for the superior version which is comfirmed ps3 by bioware.
esemce  +   871d ago
This Trilogy does not include all the dlc so F U EA!

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