Summary: Probably the only DLC that is worth skipping in Mass Effect 3. This DLC is horribly priced for the content of gameplay and story for this story. The Story is poorly written coming from a person who has read the Mass Effect Invasion Comic books and also a huge fan of Aria.
Summary: I enjoyed the previous installments of the series, but this one became exhausting after I looked at my objectives and realized I was a rugmat for all these people. The game is all side quests: go here, go there, save this person, talk to this person, go back.
Summary: I haven't seen the ending, but I loved the idea of a dramatic failure. What I don't like is the lack of options. I feel like I'm watching the story unfold, and now making it happen. :-/ I'm having a hard time finishing it because my Shepard doesn't feel like her decisions matter that much anymore.
Summary: The game has some solid moments but the ending ruined the entire series for me. How difficult is it to make our decisions matter? That's what Bioware promised and they failed to deliver. Shame on EA for destroying Bioware.
Summary: Mass Effect is a good series. The third act basically continues the story line and tries to wrap it up. Given how grand the scale is, this is a difficult task; to which degree it is fulfilled depends on personal preferences. I personally think the writer did an ok job.
Summary: I was really into the first two Mass Effect games, but for some reason I just couldn't get into this one. It seemed like there was a lot of pointless wanring at the beginning or the game. I also cheated and watched the end of the game first, classic way to ruin a story.
Summary: Don't waste your money. It's a $15 dollar "fan service" pack catered to people who have stuck with the franchise from the beginning. It contains a cliched "mission" where you have to fight your clone (yawn) which merely exists in order to provide a combat mission in which most of the fan favorites...
Summary: Illogical, contrived, predictable, draws from the oldest and most tired idioms in existence, panders to the lowest common denominator in the guise of fan-service. Stupid, worn-out jokes so forced they almost break the fourth wall, cringeworthy, embarrassing.
Summary: Well people with some common sense and intelligence know that the original ending was very badly done. Extended cut did not really made the game's ending any better, only "sugar coated" it to some extent.