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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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82
Great, But Flawed

The original Mass Effect is not a good game. It is buggy, glitchy, and just not very fun. There is a ton of content in the game, but only the main story elements are worth playing. All of the side missions being you to one barren, lifeless planet after another, filled with virtually nothing but steep hills and mountains. The geography is totally unrealistic and the planets are boring to explore, just to find some bonus resources. The story is decent, but nothing new. The characters are okay, but it's more the choices you make and the consequences of your actions that save this very generic, mostly boring RPG. Mass Effect 2 is vastly superior to the original. It is easily the best of the trilogy. It has a great story, more likable characters than the original, and the same decision making process throughout the story that gives some nice consequences. The side quests this time are much more fun and they removed the barren lifeless planets that hindered the original. This is also the only game in the trilogy that has a final boss fight, and boy is it good, as is the last level. During the last level, you can actually die and alter the ending for every character based on whether they survive the entirety of the ridiculous onslaught of hundreds of enemies just to get to the final boss. This game alone is worth the price of admission. The third Mass Effect is also better than the original, but not as good as the sequel. The ending is very flawed and offers very little resolve to the epic story that was really taken advantage of in the second game. The graphics were much improved and the gameplay is more fluid and fun, but the overall game is a step back from the second one. Overall, this trilogy is worth playing, but it's very flawed and the games are all over the place in terms of quality. The first game is just plain bad and chock full of performance problems and horrible design choices, including boring gameplay, mundane side quests, and barren lifeless worlds. The second game is simply incredible and nothing short of a masterpiece. Then the third game is all over the place, sometimes being amazing, other times sinking back to the problems that hindered the original. It almost feels like they had too many teams working on various aspects of the games because the quality is an uneven mess and really holds this series back from greatness. While nowhere near as bad as many other games out there, Mass Effect is worth your time, but is really over rated and very badly paced and has a very choppy flow.

95
One the best saga in video games history

It would be an exaggeration to say that Mass Effect is to video games what Star Wars is to cinema. Mass Effect is not that important but it's a great saga with a interesting background and good characters. The gameplay is pretty well done and unique. It's like the evolution of Star Wars KOTOR's system. With storyline focused on the choices you make, great actions and quests, Mass Effect is a saga that every Sci-fi fans should try.

100
Definite Purchase!

Any Sci-fi or Mass Effect fan needs to get this bundle. All 3 games are amazing in their own right. Mass Effect one does slightly differ from the later games, due to changes in combat and obviously graphics wise, but that doesn't make the story less amazing and it's a to play from 1 to 3 with the same character, which I feel made the whole franchise more enjoyable... Your decisions from one game can affect the gameplay in the following game, which I didn't really think much of until I certain dialogue and situations occured. I've played through all these games multiple times!

94
These games...

...are amazing. If I went into detail over how much I adore the Mass Effect series, the review could be near endless. OK, first things first, all three of these games are perfection. Whilst the gameplay in the first Mass Effect is different to the last two, all 3 are still very fun to play. The story is very interactive, with you being able to take your character down the root of good or evil. Sounds average, but the depth in which these decisions effect the outcome is something every player should consider. With so many planets to explore and countless hours of gameplay from this trilogy, these games are sure to have a mass effect on your game-life. Pun intended.

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