Submitted by Serjx 1316d ago | review

Review: Mass Effect 3 - Upperpad

One thing that often unites all players, the fear that the new title of their favorite series is the height of expectations. Because, unfortunately, more often, it happens that after the announcement of a new title, including rumors, denials and references, childbirth may prove more arduous than expected. If then the title in question is the final chapter in a series like Mass Effect, which is considered by most as one of the most beautiful and representative of this generation, you can imagine what the issue is thorny and delicate. Born from the ashes of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, BioWare has been able to create from scratch a new sci-fi IP that can stand up to Lucas production, thanks to some characters who have become true icons of clear, first of all the Captain Shepard, the undisputed protagonist of the saga. The game system, a hybrid between shooter and RPG at the time proved successful, evolving issues in any smoothing or discarding what was wrong. (Mass Effect 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 94/100

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