110°
Submitted by BIoodmask 2593d ago | review

GamePro: Mass Effect PC Review

The new squadmate-specific combat interface and mouse-centric UI are a joy to use, and the story is theatrical and compelling, with a galaxy worth of content stuffed into one hell of game. If you've already tackled the console version, you certainly don't need to shell out for the PC version, too, but if you haven't yet experienced this magnum opus, this is the version you should play.

PROS: Eliminates most of the major problems of the 360 version; gameplay is just as good.

CONS: Has minor problems of its own that keep it from being just about perfect. (Mass Effect, PC) 4.5/5

Condoleezza Rice  +   2593d ago
Edited
I think they should up the graphics score by .25 points.
#1 (Edited 2593d ago ) | Agree(0) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Parkour Workouts Inspired by Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

1h ago - Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is about a girl named Faith on a journey at the high rise areas of the cit... | Culture
20°

Yoshi and Yarny are Pulling on Our Heartstrings | Hardcore Gamer

1h ago - The last time gamers were excited for a piece of string was back in 2007 with Kirby’s Epic Yarn. | PC
Ad

Booooo

Now - Step into the shoes – or rather, the ectoplasm – of a peaceful ghost residing inside a haunted mansion, thriving in the cold and dark environments... | Promoted post
30°

The Journey and Future of Kingdom Hearts 3

1h ago - Yahraqad says "Then it ultimately ends with him escaping the treacherous clutches of a swarm of H... | PS4
30°

What's Missing From Video Game Delays? Honesty

1h ago - Matt Byrd of Pixel Critique wonders if the truth is the key to successfully delaying a game. | Culture
40°

Whispering Willows Review (PS4) | Playstation Insider

1h ago - PSInsider author writes: Non-fighting 2D games are a bit of a rarity in this age of gaming. I had... | PS4