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Submitted by Moorski 1066d ago | review

Mass Effect 3: Citadel Review *May Contain Nuts...and Spoilers* - vgfury.com

A paragraph from the review -
"The mission structure of Citadel is varied at times, although the majority of them require you to shoot things. There are four main plot missions, three of which require you to shoot your way through wave after wave of bad guy, and one “stealth” mission that shares similarities with the Kasumi: Stolen Memory dlc from Mass Effect 2. These last about 2 or 3 hours, and end spectacularly with a boss fight, where (you guessed it) you have to shoot things." (Mass Effect, Mass Effect 3, Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC, PS3, Xbox 360) 82/100

Derekvinyard13  +   1065d ago
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