Mass Effect for PlayStation 3
PS3

Mass Effect

Dec 4, 2012
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Game Info

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About this game

Developer: BioWare
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

You are Commander Shepard of the SS Normandy, an elite agent in humanity’s Systems Alliance Military. Explore the galaxy with your hand picked squad of combat, tech and biotic specialists as you race against time to stop a madman bent on galactic destruction. Meet new characters and encounter never before seen alien species! Find new weapons, armor and items as you experience a whole new adventure!

Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
8.09
9.00
Colin MoriartyDec 10, 2012
I love the original Mass Effect, and I’m pleased that PlayStation 3 gamers who may never have experienced it elsewhere finally have a chance to do so. I’m in the camp that believes the games simply get better the further you get into the series, meaning that for as amazing as Mass Effect is, its sequels are more amazing yet. So if you like this game, just imagine how much you’ll like what follows it.
Timothy NunesDec 20, 2012
The greatest strength of this game is the storytelling and how consistent it is with the rest of the series. Though ME2 included that brief comic-book introduction, there is absolutely no way to compare it to the actual experience of playing through all of the major and minor situations that take place in Mass Effect. Even though Mass Effect is rooted in the old style of explorative gameplay, the overall experience of playing this game entirely through is a blessing for anyone who’s been limited by Mass Effect only being on the Xbox 360.
Jenni LadaDec 11, 2012
The story is fantastic as well. I mean, this is BioWare, and we know that they can put together a fantastic tale when they really put their all into it. Mass Effect is quality. The story is very well done. The characters are well written, and it’s amazing to see how they were at the beginning. It's like I got to see them as they were, and can now appreciate how they've grown from Mass Effect to Mass Effect 2 and 3. I have to admit that I'm also gaining a new appreciation for Ashley Williams, who I’d never met before.

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