Summary: Pinnacle Station adds in combat simulations on the space station of the same name that the player can participate in. It might have made sense as part of a larger story DLC but unlike Bring Down the Sky Pinnacle Station on its own just isn't worth the time. It doesn't add anything to the story and what happens is never mentioned in Mass Effect 2 and 3.
Summary: The mass effect series, is a sensation. These games have so much depth, its hard to describe the level of detail, from gear to the rivetting story. I truly enjoyed every minute of it. The first game introduces you to a story that challenges your morality and decision making. Throughout all three games your choices carry over, as well as your character. I can't stress enough how much of a difference it makes to play all three games in order.
Summary: Love this game series. You feel you control the story, almost to the very end (if you felt that was a spoiler, you've not done any homework). Gameplay is challenging, and the entire series has a high replay value with variable story-lines.
Summary: The is one of the fullest fantasy universes I have ever had the joy of experiencing, and the level of influence that player choices has on the outcome of the plot is unrivaled. I will finish the trilogy soon and plan on starting over immediately when I finish, as I am sure I will get an entirely new, exciting experience. Your character continues (almost) seamlessly between the three games, as do many of your decisions about the fate of the milky way galaxy.
Summary: Without a doubt , the Mass Effect trilogy is my absolute favorite. I enjoyed every single second of my time playing these excellent games. Furthermore, this game is the third best out of the series. The graphics in this game are not as good as the others. However the storyline is excellent. This game is without a doubt worth the buy, and while youre at it just buy the entire trilogy.