Mass Effect 3

  • Mass Effect 3
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This is Mass Effect 3: The Reapers have come, just as Commander Shepard spent two games trying to warn everyone they would. Most species' homeworlds are burning, all around the Milky Way. This still-mysterious alien race is a genuinely existential threat, and the odds of full victory against them are inescapably slim.

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By TechSpot on -

Graphics Card & CPU Performance Review: ME3 still has low requirements at 1920x1200 with the HD 5830 and HD 7770 exceeding 60fps. Heck, the HD 6850 and GTX 460 neared 70fps, and they're a better bargain over the HD 7770...

By eTeknix on -

So this week I decided its finally time to put out my review for Mass Effect 3, but why so late you ask? Well with all the fuss that surrounded this game at its time of release, I decided to look the other way for a while and let things die down, not to...

By TechReaction.net on -

Mass Effect 3 is in our opinion, a very good action RPG game that will satisfy many a gamer who decides to purchase it. The visuals of the game are very good, and you don't need a killer system to run it decently. The replay value of the game is pretty...

By Chip Chick on -

It has been almost a month since Mass Effect 3 launched on the PC, and we haven't been able to tear ourselves away from it since. For those of you who are new to the story, or for those who need a catch up, the Mass Effect storyline is ‘fairly' simple....

By Xtra Gamer on 95

Mass Effect 3 marks the final chapter of the Mass Effect trilogy. Having been released nearly 2 months ago I’ve had time to explore all of the quests and missions and surroundings of the game to write this review. At the beginning of the game you have...

By Sydney Morning Herald on 85

Read later Great trilogies seem to be rarer and rarer these days. Mostly we have not-so great trilogies fuelled by a commercial desire to flog that space-horse silly. Perhaps the most recent of the timeless gaming trilogies is the series. Created...

By FiringSquad on 78

So what in the world does Mass Effect even mean? The first game in BioWare’s trilogy of sci-fi RPGs defines it as a phenomenon where mass is manipulated by dark matter, which is generated by an electrical current passing through the imaginary “element...

By PC Authority on 83

The greatest gaming space opera of all time has concluded. Our spoiler-free review of Mass Effect 3 looks at just how satisfying a conclusion it is....

By HardOCP on -

Mass Effect 3 is the third and final installment in the saga of Commander Shepard of the Alliance Navy. Developed and published by BioWare and EA , it is a third-person shooter set in the not-so-distant future, as mankind and several other advanced...

By Craving Tech on -

Mass Effect 3 Michael Aulia Mass Effect 3 is simply the best of the series (despite of the bad ending rumors) in terms of graphics, gameplay, voiced-over, music score, and a more polished combat system. There are tons of things to do in Mass Effect 3...

By New Game Network on 86

After BioWare took Mass Effect 2 in a more shooter-heavy direction than its primarily role-playing focused predecessor, they have one again gone back to tinkering with the genre scales for the third and final iteration of the epic science fiction...

By HardwareHeaven on 95

Mass Effect 3 could be confusing to those players new to the series at points. With such a large amount of back story behind every character it is not always clear who this character is, why they have been introduced or even what they are talking...

By Expreview on -

Judged from the gaming image, Mass Effect 3 is indeed a decent game, the striking features are people’s face and space image, especially the dedicated face modeling and high texture exception for the clothes texture. It’s noteworthy that the...

By Tech2 on 80

  Whether you like it, hate it or are completely indifferent to it, there’s no denying the fact that franchise milking has overrun the gaming industry today. Fewer developers take risks with new IPs, concentrating instead on the games that rake...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 90

Mass Effect is a sci-fi epic in three parts, from accomplished RPG developer BioWare. You could be forgiven for having missed the first Mass Effect, originally an Xbox exclusive that was later ported to PC and re-released on Steam, giving it a second...

By Atomic MPC on -

A very good game, but sadly, tragically flawed in...

By ign.com on 95

All told, Mass Effect 3 is an absolutely amazing game, one that successfully puts a bow on the Mass Effect trilogy while still leaving us hungry for even more. It looks and plays great, but Mass Effect 3's true strength lies in its ability to tell a...

By PC Authority on 67

It's entirely possible that there's really no way for a fan of Mass Effect – and I most definitely am – pull back from the series now that it's over and be really and truly objective and neutral when it comes to rating the series. Personally, I think...

By PC Advisor on 80

Mass Effect 3 is epic and then some, but by dispensing with so much of the roleplaying on which the series was founded in favour of often repetitive gunplay and kleptomania, it's a small step back from the greatness of its predecessor....

By GamingShogun on -

So I just finished playing through Mass Effect 3 and thought I would write up my thoughts on this last in the first Mass Effect trilogy (not counting the mobile games). I am still decompressing a bit from a very intense gameplay experience, so there...