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Submitted by randomlyrossy 599d ago | review

StickSkills: ‘Mass Effect 3: Omega’ DLC Review

StickSkills says: "It has to be tough making new story content for a game with a narrative that’s already come to a close. And yet that’s what BioWare is doing with Mass Effect 3. Leviathan was the first attempt and was mostly successful thanks to some fairly large lore revelations. BioWare Montreal–currently in pre-production with the next entry in the franchise–has produced the second piece of content: “Omega.” It’s fair less grand in scope than Leviathan, but promises to deliver a large chunk of content all the same. Unfortunately the context of its release may make it less appealing to anyone not currently in the middle of a playthrough." (BioWare, Mass Effect 3, Mass Effect 3: Omega, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

R6ex  +   599d ago
1200 MS points?

Too expensive!
WitWolfy  +   599d ago
I got mine for free... BW eat my shorts!

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