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Submitted by mclazyj 2757d ago | review

Mass Effect: Revelations Book Review

Aeropause writer, Joe, sat down and read through the prequel book that leads up to the events that happen in the Mass Effect game. Overall, it was considered a good read and provided a lot of background information on the universe as a whole. (Culture, Mass Effect, Xbox 360) -

wageslave  +   2757d ago
I read almost as much as I play videogames, I really enjoy the universe-expanding back stories like this.

Not Asimov or Stephenson caliber work, but usually a decent read. Things like this usually help you appreciate what it is that you're doing in a video game.

Kudos to BioWare and MS for seeing this done.
ben806  +   2756d ago
have to say as a science fiction book a really quite liked it, i think reading this will have made the game more enjoyable for me.

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