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Submitted by -Mezzo- 689d ago | opinion piece

Mass Effect's Failures

Kotaku - This week, Kotaku is celebrating Mass Effect.

I'm still not sure why.

It's not that great a series, after all. Actually, that's why I'm writing. A friend messaged me the other day asking, "why is Kotaku advertising Mass Effect so heavily?" I thought it was kinda funny, but it rang true. Everyone on staff seemed to be all over the series, talking about how great it was, how awesome, blah blah blah, and, like... not everyone feels that way, you know? (Mass Effect, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

wallis  +   689d ago
Because most journalists are buffoons. If you play video games for a living, chances are you aren't playing them like everyone else.
greatcrusader44  +   689d ago
Holy shit whats with all these Kotaku Mass Effect articles!?! There has been like 15 in the past 3 days.

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