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Submitted by BIoodmask 2800d ago | review

'Mass Effect' a thrilling, absorbing space opera

Video games are undergoing a real renaissance in storytelling this holiday, from Sony's "Uncharted" to Ubisoft's "Assassin's Creed." But the undisputed champ of 2007 is "Mass Effect," a sprawling space opera for the Xbox 360. Boiling over with new twists on science fiction staples, political intrigue on a galactic scale, and even a handful of romantic subplots, "Mass Effect" delivers a narrative that gamers can really sink their thumbs into over and over again. (Mass Effect, Xbox 360) -

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