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Mass Effect: Andromeda

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Genre: Adventure, Role-playing (RPG), Shooter

Platforms: Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

Versions: See 4 more versions of this game

A new adventure awaits in the Mass Effect universe. With stunning visuals and a new galaxy to discover, BioWare delivers the next generation of space exploration. Commander Shepard's story may be over, but there are many more stories to tell in the Mass Effect universe. Mass Effect Andromeda will be set in a new galaxy, with new characters, new quests and a whole load of new consequence-laden decisions to make. Mass Effe... Read More

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eeemaroo
1 reviews

Good 90%

I'll caveat this review by saying (1) I was already a fan of the Mass Effect series before I played this, (2) I heavily prefer rich, story-driven games generally, and (3) I played this for the first time a year after release (i.e. when a lot of the bugs that plagued the initial release and invoked so much early criticism were patched) after picking it up on sale on Origin for around $12. Caveat out of the way, I really liked this game and though... Read More

Positive points
- ME games continue to set the standard in story, characters, and voice acting - Combat, driving, graphics all improved over previous ME games - Large (for ME) explorable worlds - Minimal bugs if you ... Read More
Negative points
- Clunky inventory and crafting system - Lack of closure on major story threads - Story had a solid premise but failed to make me as invested as in previous games - Mediocre final fight and rush to cr... Read More
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DJ2003
6 reviews

Awful 20%

I am usually a heavy critic of everything that I know, also Mass Effect isn't exactly my favourite series, however Sheppard's trilogy was good enough to make me keep playing it. The story was good, characters were pleasant and even the ME3 ending wasn't that bad IMO. Andromeda, on the other hand, is really bad, the combat system is good, exploration is good up to a point because it gets repetitive, but we know a game can't rely only on that, plo... Read More

Fair 70%

not bad not good...
its not like the trilogy at all but still enjoyable
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kld-kms
3 reviews

Average 60%

the fighting & exploration is diffidently better than the trilogy, but story/characters/conversation is not as engaging as i expect from a bioware game.
it was fun , but not that great.

Storyline

Mass Effect: Andromeda starts around 2185, as the Andromeda Initiative embarked on an ambitious goal to settle the Andromeda galaxy by traveling in large vessels known as arks. A coalition of Milky Way races — which includes humans, asari, turians, salarians and the krogan — participates in this 600-year expedition and placed in cryostasis to ensure that they do not age during the trip. Prior to the journey, the Initiative had identified 'golden worlds' in Andromeda's Heleus cluster, locations that are deemed highly viable for habitation. Each ark consists of a team that are led by a Pathfinder who is tasked to explore and ensure these worlds or any other potential locations are hospitable before settlement can begin.