Friday, April 22, 2011

Mass Effect 3

Mass Effect 3
Mass Effect 3 is an upcoming action role-playing game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows,Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Officially announced on December 11, 2010, it is scheduled for a Q4 2011 release and will mark the third and final chapter in the Mass Effect trilogy of video games.

Mass Effect 3 is currently in development. A summary of an upcoming Game Informer article by IGN reveals that the story will revolve around saving Earth from the Reapers by rallying civilizations of the galaxy together. A teaser trailer is also available. Numerous gaming websites—including, Gamespot and IGN—have called Mass Effect 3 one of the most anticipated videogames of 2011.
Bioware (the company which developed the game) bets its reputation on this game. So it better be as good as they say it will be. Even if the game will not be better but will follow the same standards as Mass Effect 2 did then it will still be a success. But gamers these days need and want more than that. When they pay for a sequel they demand that it will be much better than the previous part of the series. Until now Bioware is always listening to its fans and always support the people who pay them. Let's hope they won't disappoint us.

Mass Effect 3Decisions from Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2 will be imported into Mass Effect 3 to keep continuity within the series. Over 1000 variables will be pulled to shape how players experience the final chapter. Unlike Mass Effect 2, the player will not be given the option of starting their imported Commander Shepard from scratch.Upon finishing the game, players will have a New Game+ option that allows them to continue playing after the main story ends or start again with their finished Shepard.

Mass Effect 3Combat in Mass Effect 3 will be similar to combat in Mass Effect 2 with some changes. Weapons will no longer be restricted by class and are customizable with different barrels and scopes. Additionally, the cover system has been refined so the player no longer needs to slide into cover and then hop over objects. Players will have more options for moving around the battlefield, including a refined sprint capability, combat rolling, and the use of climbable ladders.

As of April 11, 2011, BioWare has confirmed the return of previous characters Illusive Man, Garrus Vakarian, Liara T'Soni, Kaiden Alenko or Ashley Williams, Legion, Urdnot Wrex, Mordin Solus, Ambassador Udina and Captain Anderson from Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2. Some characters will not return if they died at any point during the previous games. BioWare has also confirmed a new character, James Sanders.

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