Summary: The first two Mass Effect games may very well be my favorite games of the 360 and PS3 era and only second to Chrono Trigger as my favorite of all time. Initially I owned them all for my 360 which I only kept around due to owning these on it. After trading all of my 360 gear in when I purchased my PS4 I realized I still needed to own this series and this fits the bill. With the DLC and 3 fantastic games it really is a must buy for all gamers.
All the characters are great, and I love how your actions in the ...
Jen Burton, Amazon
20 January 2015
Summary: I borrowed this series from my little brother's friend back in August, and I was hooked immediately. Said friend was in hysterics when I came back with the first game two days after I borrowed it and asked for the second. It's so lovely. All the characters are great, and I love how your actions in the first game affect your outcome in the second, and your actions in the second in the third.
Summary: This is my favorite series! I already have it for Xbox. I like the set up for this because instead of having 2 discs for each game and having to switch discs in mid game you only have one. My old qualm for the packaging it's self is the fact that I'm a 32 yr old woman and I loved that there was different packaging with FemShep. It's a nice nod to female players and fans. This packaging doesn't offer that. It's not a big deal, but I do miss my FemShep covers.
Summary: I grew up playing mostly JRPGs and this is the very first Western RPG I've ever played. WHY DIDN'T I PLAY THIS SOONER??! This game is truly epic. Breathtaking storylines and grand universe. Your every choice and action affects how the story varies. I enjoyed so much from this game. I've beaten all 3 of them and I want to do another walkthrough. With this decent price you got 3 three great games. SO WHY THE HELL NOT??!
I originally bought Mass Effect individually for the 360 system and had an amazing experience with the games
Cory Shoffler Jr., Amazon
25 December 2014
Summary: Although a PlayStation user much more than Xbox, I originally bought Mass Effect individually for the 360 system and had an amazing experience with the games, my only wish is that the DLC was included in the individual releases. This PS3 trilogy I'm very pleased with especially due to the DLC included and I would like very much to give five stars but I will give it four for the sole reason of having to be online just to import your save data from the first to the second...
Summary: I have not played a science fiction game this in-depth with a very well written story. If you are looking to kick some alien butt then look no further. The game play and action are exceptional. The entire series is really well paced and side missions actually are worth your time with interesting stories on their own accord. Mass Effect one, I believe had some of the most mysterious conspiracies to begin with.
Summary: I had completed ME2 and 3 and decided to get this set because I wanted to replay them from the very beginning. The gameplay is the greatest, and the story will capture you and not let go. I feel bummed when I have to stop playing, and excited when I get to play again. I heard a rumor that the next installment of this game will be exclusive to Xbox One and PS4 only. If that's the case, that will be what persuades me to upgrade.
Summary: The Mass Effect trilogy is an excellent way to experience the entire franchise in one inexpensive package. It includes most of the DLC already on the discs allowing you to experience the most of the universe possible as your Commander Shepard goes from one game into the next. The only real con to this series I'd say is very specific to the PS3 physical copy. Mass Effect 3's physical version has a tendency to freeze now and then, so save very liberally on that third game.
Apparently its a great way to blow through dead time with your day ...
1 September 2014
Summary: My husband had played these all separately and beat them prior to this purchase. Before leaving for a long deployment, he requested this set again. Apparently its a great way to blow through dead time with your day and it looks better on the PS3 than the Xbox