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Submitted by Cyrus365 2480d ago | review

Gamernode: Mass Effect PC Review

Gamernode writes: "This review won't really focus on the core aspects that made Mass Effect awesome, because by now you either know why the game is said awesome, or you can glance at our Xbox 360 review of the game. Instead, this review is a testament on how excellent PC ports can be by enriching the game's experience. Excellent games have been given the poor port treatment before, but thankfully BioWare and Demiurge Studios focused their efforts on an enjoyable game for PC gamers.

Having put over 20 hours into the Xbox 360 version of the game, I immediately felt right at home when playing the PC port; the camera never felt intrusive, controls were solid, and performance was very optimized and fluid." (Mass Effect, PC) 9.5/10

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