Mass Effect (Xbox 360 Classics)
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Cobus, South Africa. 4 April 2012
Wow! I have only really been interested in playing FPS and sports games on the console until my friends introduced me to ME. This action RPG is brilliant! The story keeps you interested and making decisions that affects the rest of the game really keeps you on your toes.
Are you a "bad cop" that gets things done your way, or do you prefer to try and dissolve the situation with talk and pursuation? Do you want to use guns or a more subtle way to defeat you enemies? This game has it all.
I am playing it through for the second time now and can't wait for the price of ME2 and ME3 to come down a bit so that I can play those through as well!
Melissa, South Africa. 30 September 2014
I was pleasantly surprised when I first purchased Mass Effect. Sci-Fi was not my thing at the time - Medieval/Fantasy RPGs were my choice of game instead.
But Mass Effect made me re-evaluate my strict preference in game genres.
The story was pretty good, good dialogue, lots of feels - even some tears. This game made you really care about the companions around you which can't be said for many games.
Combat was a little bit clunky, but not by much - still very enjoyable to battle your enemies.
The exploration of the various planets did become a bit tedious at times though ME 2's planet scans were even worse, so I can't complain there.
Overall, a very fun and immersive game that will entertain you for hours.
shark, South Africa. 13 March 2012
Grate gameplay epic story I was really pleased with this game.
Stefan, South Africa. 12 December 2012
Brilliant game! What a way to start off the series and set the benchmark. Awesome and fresh approach to story-telling. Not the best as a whole, but definitely ahead of its time. Totally worth it, especially as the series!
Reuben, South Africa. 1 April 2015
A range of memorable characters that you will actually become attached to, choices that can affect the outcome of the game (and still carry over the sequels) and fairly good gun play. What is there not to love? Exploring planets in the Mako is a bit tedious and structures do tend to look a bit repetitive. Okay fine, this may not be as good as the sequels, but it is a must play if you don't want to be completely lost in the story.