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Submitted by Jallen 973d ago | review

Mass Effect 3: Omega DLC Review | Meodia

Meodia reviews the latest DLC for Mass Effect 3, Omega;

"Bioware is performing the same trick as the Mass Effect 2: Arrival DLC by leaving all your squad mates behind. You won’t be going alone however with Aria being a constant companion throughout the DLC, Shepard then gets to tell her throughout the mission either; to calm down and think about civilian casualties or getting her to vent her rage and becoming more ruthless. Throughout the DLC Nyreen will pop in and out of gameplay providing exposition and a moral counterpoint to Aria. You get to treat them like any other squad-mate (upgrading their skills and directing their powers when needed) so your regular squaddies won’t be too sorely missed." (Mass Effect 3: Omega, Xbox 360) 77/100

P_Bomb  +   973d ago
Agree with the last paragraph in the review. Not a must play like Leviathan imo, which expanded on the overall story by telling you how the cycles all began, what was up with the broken Starchild AI, basically who made who and why everything looks and acts how it does.

Omega was $5 more and is basically just an Aria loyalty mission circa ME2. Woulda been nice to keep her as a teammate, her biotic flare ability is beastly. At least you do get to keep that via med-bay equip. That, and seeing some familiar Omega faces and places late in the mission was nice. Not $15 nice though.

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