Mass Effect 3
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Mass Effect 3 is a Sony PlayStation 3 Strategy RPG Action game, written by Bioware.
Guide to Mass Effect 3 on the PlayStation 3
The Mass Effect trilogy released the last installment of their last stand in Mass Effect 3. This third installment of the successful RPG franchise features more of the galactic trajectory of the main storyline. Commander Shepard is now the last hope of mankind to take back Earth from the terrifying machines who begun the destruction of the human race. Now, he's waging war upon the galaxy. Counting on its developer EA and BioWare, Mass Effect 3 is by far, the most stunning, rumbling, and remarkable installment of the Mass Effect franchise. You can even call it so compared to its competitors in the market today.
As always, Mass Effect's strength has always been its gripping combat, characters and the fantastic world building. There's a council meeting ongoing where Shepard along with Captain Anderson is present, when they're attacked by the Reapers. The city is crushed by their enormous ships and turns everything into debris. In the middle of the attack and mayhem, Shepard tries to save himself and make it to Normandy when he comes across a boy trembling in the vent. As Shepard gets into the Normandy, he looks back and sees the boy being rescued by a ship. But it didn't take long for the Reapers to put that particular ship down. All these drama add up to the excitement of the game.
Mass Effect 3 is definitely refined to a whole new level of brilliance. Dealing with those Reapers require more than just average gunplay. Gunplay is quite heavy and pounding, which is something this third installment from the series really improved on. Combat is generally not very different from Mass Effect 2, but it has been totally refined to a massive scale. Squad orders are much more improved too, as they're more flexible and simple to command your comrades with directions. Upgrading system is so much improved too, and the simple omni-blade can be a very powerful weapon. Omni sword is an energy sword that generates from a wrist device of Shepard and can easily destroy enemies with destructive melee attacks. You can use the biotic and pull a shield from your hands to block various attacks. You can also roll grenades to your enemies or fire them out with your rifle.
Graphics wise, you would be amazed with the game's detailed textures, animation and lightning. Though Mass Effect 2 is miles ahead of Mass Effect, just imagine how the third installment is offering. There are some minor problems though, such as occasional chugs of framerate, loading issues of texture, and some technical setbacks, but not enough to hold it back from its geniuses. Technically, it sets a new standard in RPG gaming, as it culminates to be the most engrossing, entertaining and engaging story ever told.
Mass Effect 3 is not just a flood of action, but there is certainly a steady stream of it. How you get all the action depends firmly on the decisions you make along the way. If you choose to explore the entire storyline, then better take time to complete its side quests from each corner of the galaxy, which certainly takes some time. Features like this make this game more than its sum parts of action and RPG.
For people looking for straightforward action, you can also jump into it. But to tell you frankly, there are better FPS (first-person-shooter) games out there in the market for this category. If you want high-caliber gaming, then you have to be more patient in getting through its story.
Some elements from Mass Effect 2 are missing in Mass Effect 3 however, such as the Mako. BioWare turned away from the idea of driving vehicles in the game. Other than shooting out in a moving shuttle and controlling some gun turrets, you can't step foot and drive vehicles in the game.
As you progress in the game, you will be collecting some “War Assets” earned from completing quests, side quests and other missions. For example, if you help someone in the Salarian military, you will receive Salarian military war Assets. If you help Turian scientists in a particular given task, you can earn some War Assets with Turian technology specialties. All these things add up and you will certainly be a lot stronger, which would bring you to a state of Galactic Readiness, which plays a big part for the endgame. Consider these things as loyalty missions in Mass Effect 2, but with more sophistication and open-endedness.
Gameplay wise, Mass Effect 3 certainly received a lot of influences and developments from its previous two installments in the series. The game is set in different corners of the galaxy, and planets such as Mars and Earth are the two most important places for it.
Overall, Mass Effect 3 offers almost everything for its gamers, things that you rarely get in RPGs. The game is a journey itself, and it's one of the most spectacular experiences you can get in RPG gaming today.
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