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Submitted by StickTwiddlers 160d ago | article

A Look Back On Mass Effect: Commander Shepard 2007-2012

November 7th is known amongst the Mass Effect community as N7 Day. Now celebrating it’s sixth year since the original Mass Effect debuted, today seems like the most appropriate day to take a look back on the franchise and one of this generations most iconic characters, Commander Shepard. (Mass Effect, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

colt-of-tipton  +   160d ago
My opinion the best games of the generation because the lore of the mass effect universe is so rich with some brilliant characters , if you have not played them seriously play them now !
toxic-inferno  +   160d ago
I agree! I only started playing them in February, and quickly got through all three games simply because the universe does such a good job of pulling you in. Fantastic lore, great characters and an intriguing and exciting plot! I really consider Mass Effect as being much more than a series of games in the same way that Star Wars is more than a series of films and Lord of the Rings is more than a trilogy of books.

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