Since its launch in 2007, the Mass Effect series has pulled in RPG and squad shooter fans alike, to create one of the biggest and best franchises around, and I feel in love with it from the get-go. It was rare for me to enjoy a game as much as I did with both the original and Mass Effect 2, engrossing me in its story and characters in such tremendous fashion. When Mass Effect 2 was released, I couldn’t help but feel a little disappointed with the decisions made by BioWare to remove a small portion of RPG elements such as skills and weapon upgrades. However, for the most part, I was very happy with what they had produced and I was once again absorbed by the wonderful plotline. Now though, it’s time for Sheppard’s final bow.