Summary: (This is my review for the PS3 version only, and is for those deciding whether this particular version is worth their time and money.) Seriously, I hate this game. HATE! What makes me hate it so much is how much potential it had.
PS3 version has terrible frame rate issues, wish I got the xbox 360 version
davelanger "Dave L", Amazon
14 December 2013
Summary: This game would be great if not for the PS3 frame rate issues. It makes the game unplayable. If anyone has both consoles def. get it for xbox 360. The ps3 version may have better textures but the frame rate kills the game. I am extremely disappointed.
Summary: This was a rather disappointing DLC on multiple levels. Lack of compelling story and enemies. For what was billed as a conclusion for the PC in regards to Morrigan it felt superficial and rushed. I also felt cheated at the end as my PC did not get closure at all.
Summary: This is an insult from bioware since mass effect is getting excellent downloads like lair of the shadow broker. No conclusion, old areas, nothing new and one of the worst conclusion to an excellent game.
Summary: This was a hugely disappointing Add-on. I finished it in less than an hour, and having received nothing but more questions instead of "the exciting finish to the saga" all one can say is boo. Monty Boo-urns. Wish I had more hands so I could give this 4 thumbs down!!
Summary: For shame, Bioware! A 2+ hour jog through old maps and old enemies. No new story to speak of, and no resolution for the story thus far. An utterly limp sendoff for the character you generated in Origins - where the 'Origins' element apparently signified nothing, as you'll be forced to start a new...
Summary: This dlc addon took me about 2 hours to complete and was extremely disappointing due to the supposed conclusion of the Morrigan story. This addon provided a very weak story that answers the original question of what happened with Morrigan with another vague cliffhanger/questionable conclusion.
Summary: This game is really boring to me. I also can't remember what special moves I have in which slots or them in general. Really confusing. Get another RPG that doesn't require you to have Autism to remember everything.
Summary: Short: PS3 version terrible. Do not buy. Controls badly done, graphics muddy and PS2-like, slow long load times. Long: I get the impression the PC version of this game was good. This review is for the PS3 version, which is clearly an outsourced, probably offshore port, and horribly, horribly done.