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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 635d ago | news

Back to the Beginning: Bringing Mass Effect to PS3

Posted by Ryan Warden // External Producer, Mass Effect Trilogy -

"We began work on Mass Effect Trilogy in earnest last April, shortly after Mass Effect 3 had shipped. The trilogy was complete, but there was a slight complication — there were people who had missed out on one (or more) titles in the series. Clearly this included PS3 owners, who had never had the chance to play the original Mass Effect. Mass Effect Trilogy was a great opportunity to rectify that!" (Mass Effect, PS3)

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dazzrazz  +   635d ago
"Edge of Reality has a deep understanding of how PS3 works"
They should be ashamed of even putting such article on official playstation blog. Port looks and works like shit !
Godmars290  +   635d ago
Be sure to expect twice as many articles pointing such out.

I'll likely pick it up at some point, wait for it as a PS+ title, but I'm more that pretty sure that I'm done with the series overall.

Bioware's attitude has totally turned me off anything they make in the future.
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Sokol  +   635d ago
it works excellent, next time buy the game then comment..
zgoldenlionz  +   635d ago
From what I've heard people that actually have played both the 360 and ps3 version say the ps3 version runs smoother but isn't perfect.
cervantes99  +   635d ago
You are correct. The PS3 version is just a bit more polished.
Sokol  +   635d ago
It does run smoother, no screen tearing unlike the xbox version and textures are little sharper as well.

Edge of Reality did a fantastic job.
MrWonderful  +   635d ago
I have played both versions of the game and I can tell the difference in performance and with the textures not having issues so far. I guess only time will tell as I go further into the game
greatcrusader44  +   635d ago
Best game of the series. My fav game this gen. But was far from a technical marvel when it came out, 5yrs later and people may have issues with it. Despite its flaws, everyone I've known who has played it has never brought up the graphical problems and were just amazed with the world and story. I really hope the PS3 players who haven't gotten a chance to play it love it like i do.
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Stay-Toasty  +   635d ago
Can anyone tell me if it the shooting and all the heavy rpg aspects are still intact from the original 360 version? I thought I read somewhere that they retooled it to play like ME2-3, which I hope isn't true. I would really prefer to play it just like it was. Either way though I'm really excited to finally play the game that started this series.

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