Summary: Several hundred hours playing the previous games only to find that all the choices you made were thrown out the window in exchange for picking out your favorite colored explosion. When you play a game, especially one that allows so much customization, one becomes very attached to the character you play. Some people even make it so that their character is them.
Summary: 1. This game plays like a movie with a few short fight scenes. 2. Once given an assignment there is no way to review what must be done and where. 3. Maps are near non-existent. 4. I do not understand the reason for the sexual scenes in the game, but why would they need to install the homosexuals? The first two games in the series were tedious at times, but hugely replay-able. Even if you get part 3 for free I would not play it.
Summary: The game is disappointing and leaves fans, especially hard core fans, with tons of plot holes that will quite possible never be filled. Unfortunately the ending was a result of pride and laziness as well as controversy about DLC. Instead of answering the fans concerns EA ignored them and used the bad press to sell more games. Honestly I wouldn't recommend for fans of the franchise, as there are better indy games that have better gameplay, and better story telling.
Pros: Its gameplay is enjoyable but mostly unchanged from the second game. The effects are enjoyable but typical for a "Blockbuster Game."
Cons: The story telling though it claims to be diverse is actually very linear. On launch day they also released DLC, which doesn't make sense as without this one dlc there is a huge gap in the story. It seemed to be a nasty way to make more sales. The other DLC doesn't really add or meld well with the overall story.
Summary: Vote with your dollars, and stay away. Nothing against Newegg, but companies like EA only understand the bottom line. Paying even a cent for this sorry ending to a great franchise is a penny too much.
Pros: The game is visually beautiful, and features fine voice acting.
Cons: There is no spite greater than that of a spurned lover, and for the first two installments and 95% of this one, I was a lover of Mass Effect. I did not care for the trend from RPG to FPS, but what I did care about were the characters and the story; but most importantly, I cared about MY story, the character that I had shepherded through the whole way. And at the 95% mark of ME3, all of that work and devotion were thrown out the window by one of the most simply atrocio...
Summary: This game just about ruined my taste in gaming permanently. The ending to this grand adventure is 10 minutes of the most confusing, convoluted, downright stupid psuedo intellectual bullcrap with no relevance whatsoever to the story, followed by 3 rediculous choices that all suck, are color coded for your "convenience" and make absolutely no sense at all to boot.