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As Commander Shepard, rise to become the galaxy’s most elite soldier and lead an all-out war to stop an ancient and ruthless enemy: the Reapers.

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As Commander Shepard, rise to become the galaxy’s most elite soldier and lead an all-out war to stop an ancient and ruthless enemy: the Reapers. With over 75 hours of content and more than 300 awards, one of gaming’s most acclaimed franchises is available for the first time in a premium foiled box set.

Heart-pounding action meets gripping interactive storytelling where you decide how your unique story unfolds. Assemble and lead your team aboard the SSV Normandy, the most advanced ship in the galaxy, and travel to distant and unexplored star systems. On your journey, meet a cast of intriguing characters each with their own story to tell. Wield powerful weapons and customize them with upgrades to create new and devastating attacks. All the thrilling action and your decisions culminate into a heroic battle against the greatest threat ever known.

The fate of the galaxy lies in your hands—how will you chose to fight for it?


Key Features:

  • Over 75 hours of story content, plus Mass Effect 3’s critically acclaimed multiplayer mode.

  • Create and customize your own character with his or her appearance and skills, then play your Commander Shepard through all three Mass Effect games.

  • Experience an amazingly rich and detailed universe where your decisions have profound consequences on the action and the outcome.

  • Build a personalized arsenal with powerful weapons complete with their own upgrades and modifications.

  • Unleash devastating abilities and skills as you command and train an elite squad.

  • Take the war online with class-based, co-operative multiplayer in Mass Effect 3.

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Publisher:
Electronic Arts
Developer:
BioWare
Genres:
RPGs
Source:
Authorised Distributor
Released:
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP1), or Windows 7
  • CPU: 1.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent AMD CPU
  • RAM: At least 1GB for XP / 2GB for Vista and Windows 7
  • Hard Drive: At least 15GB of free space
  • Video: Nvidia 7900 256MB or better / ATI X1800 256MB or greater. Please note that NVIDIA -GeForce 9300, 8500, 8400 and 8300 are below minimum requirements, as are AMD/ATI Radeon HD3200, HD3300 and HD4350. Updates to your video and sound card drivers may be required.
  • DirectX: DirectX 9c (Vista or 7 required for DirectX 10/11)
  • Input: Keyboard and Mouse
  • Online Requirements: Internet connection is required to play
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP1), or Windows 7
  • CPU: 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent AMD CPU
  • RAM: At least 2GB for XP / 4GB for Vista and Windows 7
  • Hard Drive: At least 15GB of free space
  • Video: MD/ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB or better / NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT 512MB or greater
  • DirectX: DirectX 9c (Vista or 7 required for DirectX 10/11)
  • Input: Keyboard and Mouse
  • Online Requirements: Internet connection is required to play
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Reviews for Mass Effect Trilogy

90
An excellent series

Mass Effect one introduces you to the universe of Mass Effect and some characters that will be important later, while it has some strong moments and is likely to still be an enjoyable game for people the combat and characters are not as strong as the next two games. You also have some very overpowered abilities attached to certain classes. Mass Effect 2 improves everything with the exception of telling an uninteresting story that really only ends up being a side story to the events of the 1st and 3rd game. The characters have been greatly improved and their stories and quests can set up plot points for the third game, combat is much more enjoyable, you have amusing conversation interrupts, and the games DLC gives you a very large roster of characters and some great additional missions that further expand the lore of the series. Other than the story just not being that interesting the last mission is a disappointment, it is supposed to be a suicide mission that you spend the entire game recruiting people and preparing for but when it actually happens it is an easy and fairly short segment where you have to be trying to get any of your people killed and many of them don't even end up serving a purpose. Mass Effect 3 further improves on the gameplay, adds a fun co-op mode, adds weapon customization, and has some great character moments, unfortunately it again disappoints in the final mission and by making the very strange decision of removing the conversation interrupt options. Not only does the ending feel rushed, to the point that it clearly has continuity errors, but the entire last mission is a dull series of a few fights that completely ignores the forces that you had been gathering as the main goal of the entire game, while the final mission of Mass Effect 2 was disappointing it at least felt epic and it at least showed all of the characters you had recruited and had the possibly for some or all of them to die. Outdated mechanics of the first and poor finales of the 2nd and 3rd aside these are great games, with the 2nd being one of my favorites.

97
Best Sci-Fi rpg after Kotor

If you haven't played these games before, this pack is for you, you should buy it, no question. Me? I Couldn't wait for it this long, already got all of these games in my library =) Bioware was always one of my favorite devs, and this series is a good example why. I had more fun in this game just talking to people, then actually fighting in most games. I just wish my real life voice was as masculine as the main characters :/ The combat system in the first game is a little weird compared to the other two, and while i liked it that way, i guess from the second game it is kinda more fluid, and more reminiscent of an actual firefight. The story is amazing. Even more so with the trilogy, where your choices have long term effects in the next games as well. Some people say the savegames sometimes have bugs, but i never experienced that. In my games, everything fit into place nicely. The third game has multiplayer, which i played for quite some time. It can be quite hard, but rewarding, and in my case, it helped me remember that a war was still going on, as i completed some more peaceful missions around the citadel.

100
perfect

este juego es lo mejor, me encanta.. tu eliges tu propio camino si deseas ser el malo o el bueno de la historia.. las sagas de mass effect son perfecta y cada una se diferencia de la otra.. asegurate de jugarlo en algun momento de tu vida. se los recomiendo.

95
Awesome Games!!!

The Mass Effect trilogy is one of the best series of games out there. I think they got better as they went along. Mass Effect 2 stripped away the tedious inventory management issues that 1 had (I honestly couldn't care less about the slight differences between the 10 or so types of ammo and how they changed ever so slightly the damage output of the 20 or so different guns to choose from). The stories are great, with cut scenes that make it more compelling than just a normal game. Don't listen to the haters that bag on the ending of ME3. I wouldn't say it was perfect, but they fixed those pieces with the extended edition. Get all the DLC you can handle, because it just adds to a great series of games.

100
Amazing RPG game by BioWare

This is one of the greatest games BioWare has come out with. This game really hits you emotionally every game. No spoilers but you may cry. It is great action packed and has many side quest to do while in the game. It took me over 300 hours to complete the game. It will keep you busy.

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