Submitted by ShadowPraxis 987d ago | review

Review: Mass Effect 3 Citadel DLC (Comics and Cosplay)

C&C's Jared Baxter reviews the final ME3 add-on:

"Just over a year from its launch, BioWare’s Mass Effect 3 still stirs up a bevy of emotions among the series’ following. There’s the attachment to the Normandy’s crew and its realistically complex characters. There’s the epic, sometimes hopeless, galaxy-wide war three games in the making against the Reapers. Then there’s the Extended Cut conclusion which attempted to and mostly succeeded in replacing those original endings many would like to forget about. And don’t forget about the other bonuses: the stellar multiplayer which continually added significant content, along with both the Leviathan and Omega DLCs. But it’s time to say goodbye to Shepard and the crew now, and BioWare could not have offered a better swan song for fans than with its Citadel DLC." (Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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