Excerpt: As the first story-driven DLC for Mass Effect 3, Leviathan has its work cut out for it, and not only because revered series’ narrative conclusion has been so flatly received. Occurring before Shepard’s final battle on Earth against the Reapers, Leviathan asks that you forget what you’ve very likely...
Excerpt: Developer Bioware has released numerous expansions and post launch DLC for their hit game Mass Effect 3 including the first batch of content known as From Ashes, the Extended Cut DLC that plenty of bonus content for the game's controversial ending and numerous multiplayer expansions.
Excerpt: Warning: here there be spoilers. This review of the free extended cut Downloaded Content (DLC) for Mass Effect 3 will go over all four (yes, there are four now) possible endings for the series.
Excerpt: Despite its near universal praise, Mass Effect 2 was a major disappointment to me following the original. Not only was Mass Effect my first BioWare role-playing experience, but it was one of the first Western RPGs I'd ever completed.
Excerpt: Given that I didn’t have a ME2 save game handy, I was forced to play ME3 cold. There are, friends who have lived and bled the ME franchise tell me, lots of previous decisions and branch points in the earlier games which impact this one.
Summary: Mass Effect 3 should have been a triumph. Everything was in place, all Bioware had to do was plug in some good gameplay and appropriately epic cinematics and the job was done. In some ways, the game pulls it off, especially in the emotion department.
Summary: Earth is burning. Striking from beyond known space, a race of terrifying machines have begun their destruction of the human race. As Commander Shepard, an Alliance Marine, your only hope for saving mankind is to rally the civilizations of the galaxy and launch one final mission to take back the...
Excerpt: Imagine you've just watched Return of the Jedi. You've seen the end of a good film, the finale of a great trilogy and, whatever you may think of its denouement, it is over. Now imagine George Lucas popping up in your living room five months later brandishing a VCR.