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Submitted by Silver Scorpian 1997d ago | review

XboxEdge: Mass Effect Pinnacle Station Review

Bioware has produced several of my favorite games and to me, their name is closely tied to quality RPGs. Mass Effect is a great game, and two years ago Bioware promised us that they would continue to expand the Mass Effect universe with continual downloadable content. With Pinnacle Station being only the second DLC for Mass Effect, Bioware has fallen very far short of their promises.

Just like the previous Bring Down the Sky DLC, Pinnacle Station opens up a new area on the star map for Commander Sheppard and his team to explore. Pinnacle Station itself, is a lone space station whose sole purpose is to train soliders via simulation. Why Pinnacle Station would be located in the middle of an unpopulated star system is beyond me. Wouldn't the alliance brass want to locate it near the citadel or at least other colonies? According to Commander Ahern, the leader of the station, it was set up to train the perfect solider. What good is a training center located millions of light years away from your fighting forces? (Mass Effect, Mass Effect Pinnacle Station, Xbox 360) -

Saaking  +   1997d ago
Terrible dlc.

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