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Blast Golf Swing Trainer | Analyzes Swing | Tracks Stroke Metrics | Video Capture Creates Highlights |App Enabled, iOS and Android Compatible | Golf Channel Academy Official Technology Partner
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Mass Effect 3 Review: Shepard's Final Journey
The last game in the Mass Effect trilogy was released on March 6. Is it a fitting end to the adventures of Commander Shepard? This review covers gameplay, story, and replay value.
The story starts as Earth is about to be attacked by the Reapers. During the invasion, Shepard escapes on the Normandy. A short time later, a mission to Mars reveals blueprints for a Prothean device that might just end the war. The game is spent trying to get the alien races united against the Reapers, while the device is being built. Like in the previous Mass Effect games, the story is a big part of the experience. Shepard can romance squad mates, make choices that have drastic consequences, and do missions. While it does seem a bit short on side missions, it's still a completely engaging and dramatic experience.
If players have saved data from the first two Mass Effect games, you can import them. When you start Mass Effect 3, you can pick between action, RPG, and story modes. RPG is the default setting, and classic way to play. The combat has changed from the previous games, with it feeling more natural and smooth. There's a bigger emphasis on the third person perspective in combat. The series has moved away from a typical RPG battle system, but it works for Mass Effect 3. Other RPG elements like upgrading weapons, armor, and abilities are still there, as is a wide variety of choices. The only tedious chore is scanning planets before the Reaper ships attack the Normandy. While it's not as obnoxious as scanning in the second game, it does get old quickly, especially when the Reapers are constantly threatening to attack.
Mass Effect 3 is the first in the series to offer muliplayer. You can play as one of six races like Human or Krogan. Through in-game credits collected or with real money, players can purchase different packages that have weapons or other items. You never know exactly what you'll get when buying these. By playing multiplayer, you can grow your overall Readiness factor. The online mode affecting the single player campaign is controversial. Besides the multiplayer mode, there is replay value in Mass Effect 3. With all the choices you have to make in the game, it's always interesting to play again and make different decisions. You can also play with and without previous Mass Effect saves.
I spent nearly 40 hours with Mass Effect 3, and would have been happy if it was even longer. It's easy to get caught up in the intergalactic drama. When the end comes, it might be underwhelming for some fans. There's even a petition to change to the endings. However, the bulk of the game is enjoyable and thrilling. Mass Effect 3 is worth those hours, even if the last 10 minutes might disappoint diehard fans.