Summary: This is easily Bioware's most casual-friendly, streamlined game. The RPG elements are very minimal and the high-octane action is pretty much driving the whole story. If you enjoy action-adventure games that simply tour different exotic set-pieces, then this game is well worth $30-$40. If you like quasi-strategic action shooters, you might have a great time with this. But as an RPG, and as the critical installment in a series, the game falls quite flat.
Summary: The game is very detailed in both graphic and story, but the game crashes at least once every thirty minutes making it very time consuming to play (you will often have to restart your computer). The game feels and functions like Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, except that the action parts don't have a pause feature. The game would be excellent if it was not for the many crashes and black screens (the screen gets stuck as black) causing you to reboot your computer.
Summary: This game is great… until the last 5 minutes. They really dropped the
ball. The endigns are nonsensical. They make no sense and do not feel satisfying
or have any closure. You don't know what happens to your crewmates. And for those who have played the whole series it feels like a betrayal. P.S. There are only 3 endings.
P.P.S. You destroy the galaxy you want to save to save it. Other wise this game is fun, well designed and worth playing.
Summary: I am a big fan of the Mass Effect series and was amped for this release,
however in my opinion it didn't live up to the hype, or my standards. While
still a reasonable game I felt there was that something special missing that
grabbed me from the first two titles, a somewhat un-polished game but still a
few hours of entertainment.