Although it might seem that every Mass Effect is an almost perfect game that surely can’t be bettered, EA always succeeds in bringing gaming to a new level with each release in the series. In the case of Mass Effect 3, EA has done it once again, giving us a fantastic game packed with action.

Although there are some creatures unknown on earth in the game, the characteristics and the intense  graphics brings them to life. Added to that, the undeniably moving story mode gives the game the narrative depth of a novel.

With the jam-packed combat in Mass Effect’s multiplayer, COD creator and rival gaming giant Activision must be quaking in its boots. If that wasn’t enough, the new 1080p full HD resolution, available with a surround sound system, will make you feel as though you are in the game, and that your undiscovered passion for the army has been nurtured.

Why pay an extra £15 pounds on a game that remains the same in every series, when with Mass Effect you pay less and are guaranteed a thrilling adventure that changes every time.


Noredin Bakkali

About Miss Thomas

I am an English teacher at The City Academy, Hackney.

4 responses »

  1. Miss Thomas says:

    Nice writing Noredin. I’m interested by your comment about the storyline of the game. To what extent do you think the quality of the narrative determines how much you enjoy the game?

  2. cagatay says:

    Good review Noredin i like the way you have compared it with Call Of Duty . Well Done 🙂

  3. chris says:

    Good review, but you could have explained what kind of surround sound it has, for example: a 7.1 or a 5.1 Also, you could have said that you will need an turtle beach for an 5.1, and a trittons ax pro with an decoder box for an 7.1.

  4. Nice review, i agree about the experience changing every time.

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