Mass Effect: Andromeda for PlayStation 4
PS4

Mass Effect: Andromeda

Mar 21, 2017
7.79
playscore
Average
975th of 5536

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: BioWare
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The game takes place a long after the events of the first three Mass Effect games, in the Andromeda Galaxy.

Gamer Reviews

11120 Reviews
8.32
whatoplay
10 reviews
7.66
Apr 14, 2020

yes it's true this not Shepard legacy, it's different but somehow the same world as commander Shepard legacy, i don't know why people hate this game, i truly enjoy this game, open world exploration for different kind of planet with it own biomass, face pace gameplay, companionship, love story, loots, weapons and armor, what not to dislike, just because a little bit funny face ?? a little bug ?? give it time, it really is good, i really hope EA and Bioware continue to make this IP despite everything else

41
xbrownx17

xbrownx17

Jul 18, 2020
8.00
silverthorns

silverthorns

Jul 9, 2020
7.10
Hold H

Hold H

Jul 8, 2020
7.50
Hiei86

Hiei86

Jun 29, 2020
6.50
Michael Vestergaard
9.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

41 Reviews
7.26
Richard WalkerMar 20, 2017
You might initially turn your nose up at Mass Effect: Andromeda, but stick with it and you'll be richly rewarded with a vast space opera that gets better and better. It has problems, but they pale into insignificance once you're swept up in the exploits of Mass Effect: Andromeda's Pathfinder.
Scott ButterworthMar 20, 2017
As a Mass Effect game, Andromeda falls well short of the nuanced politics, morality, and storytelling of its predecessors. For me, the series has always been about compelling characters and harrowing choices, so to find such weak writing here is bitterly disappointing. Yet even after 65 hours, I still plan on completing a few more quests. The game can't escape its shortcomings, but patient explorers can still find a few stars shining in the darkness.
7.70
Dan StapletonMar 20, 2017
Mass Effect: Andromeda is an expansive action role-playing game with a few great moments that recapture the high points of the landmark trilogy that came before it, and energetic combat and fantastic sound effects contribute to a potent sci-fi atmosphere. Without consistently strong writing or a breakout star in its cast to carry it through the long hours and empty spaces, however, disappointments like a lack of new races, no companion customization, and major performance problems and bugs take their toll.

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