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Submitted by Lavalamp 951d ago | review

Mass Effect 3: Omega: The Kotaku Review

Kotaku: "It's an excellent addition to the game, one that gives the player a new take on a fan-favorite character and place." (Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

Donnieboi  +   951d ago
How u got 140 degrees of hits, when i'm the first to leave a comment? Stop boosting your own article for hits in hopes of attracting more people/hits. Boosters.
Megaton  +   951d ago
Watched it on YouTube this afternoon. It's nowhere near the quality of Shadow Broker. It's simply 2 - 3 hours of hallway shooter for the shiny new price of $15. Complete ripoff.
SageHonor  +   950d ago
It's only good for pop a mole derperus. That's it.
Aloren  +   950d ago
It's pretty close to shadow broker quality wise. Too bad it's more expensive, but it's a pretty good dlc.
ApolloTheBoss  +   950d ago
Never buy from EA games again.

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