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    Mass Effect: Andromeda

    Game » consists of 20 releases. Released Mar 21, 2017

    Set in a galaxy far from the Milky Way, Mass Effect: Andromeda puts players in the role of a Pathfinder tasked with exploring new habitable worlds and investigating mysterious technology.

    werupenstein's Mass Effect: Andromeda (PlayStation 4) review

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    Boring in every regard

    What if Mass Effect was a huge open world?

    What if Mass Effect was in a new galaxy with new friends and enemies?

    What if Mass Effect had a kind of weak story(also see Mass Effect 3)?

    What if Mass Effect was packed full of loot resources and crafting that was completely meaningless?

    What if Mass Effect was full of bugs glitches and and overall complete lack of any sort of care or polish that is expected from a game in a series of this caliber?

    Mass Effect Andromeda seeks to answer all of these questions and in that regard it is a massive success.

    This game is boring, there are no memorable moments that stick with you the way that the first two games did, there is no tension, happiness, any feeling at all, it's just a whole lot of blah.

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