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Submitted by CranberryPub 995d ago | news

Mass Effect 3 figurine DLC reports were 'inaccurate'

Last week's reports of Mass Effect 3 DLC being included with pricey figurines were "inaccurate", BioWare has told GamerZines. (Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

FrightfulActions  +   995d ago
This is fantastic news, good to hear that talk of DLC figurines was just a misunderstanding. It was pretty damn silly. It say's a lot about EA, though, that it was so easy for so many people to really think that this was a type of move they'd do as a company.
gamingdroid  +   995d ago
Considering everything else they did, like online pass to lock you out of offline content in single player games, this wouldn't have surprised me.

As a fan of ME, I'm very happy!
Soldierone  +   995d ago
Don't understand how they were when some places sourced EA themselves about it. I believe the figures were delayed for the DLC or something? And it wasn't anything special, just little bonus goodies.

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