A Normie Reviews ‘Mass Effect: Legendary Edition’ Part 1 | StudioJake

I do not often do gaming reviews, but I was gifted a copy of Mass Effect: Legendary Edition and asked to take a look. In part 1, I’m reviewing the first game and how it works. I take a look at the mechanics, story, animation, special effects, and more! Be forgiving. I’m new at this.

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Mass Effect Wiki describes the game story as follows:

“The player takes on the role of Commander Shepard onboard the SSV Normandy. A routine mission to recover a Prothean beacon on Eden Prime goes awry when the Commander is attacked by geth forces led by a rogue turian Spectre named Saren Arterius, who are also after the beacon. When the Commander locates the beacon it activates, imparting strange visions of synthetics slaughtering organics in Shepard’s mind before becoming inactive. It turns out that Saren is trying to find the Conduit, a mysterious device that will lead to the return of the Reapers, an ancient machine race believed to be behind the Protheans’ demise. Shepard becomes the first human Spectre and is given command of the Normandy with orders to hunt down Saren. Now it is no longer just about bringing one man to justice, but also to save a galaxy from extinction.”

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