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Submitted by DroppinLoot 371d ago | opinion piece

A Retrospective on Mass Effect 3′s DLC

New Gamer Nation - With post-release DLC an established norm these days, much was expected from the DLC for Mass Effect 3. DLC offerings give the developers an opportunity to take the pulse of gamers before they expand, enrich, fill in holes, tie up loose ends, and let players run around in more of the story’s universe. The possibilities here are especially pertinent for Mass Effect, not only because it leans on its story so much (more so than any other game recently and possibly ever), but also because the controversial conclusion that story received with the ending to Mass Effect 3 opened the door for BioWare to address directly some of the complaints and concerns of fans. (Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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