A Normie Reviews ‘Mass Effect 3’ | StudioJake

The third entry to the ‘Mass Effect: Legendary Edition’ goes out with a bang. Shepard and his friends are back with an epic adventure. The Reapers have come to Earth so the crew of the ‘Normandy‘ has to rally the Alliance for war, but Sheppard’s former allies in Cerebrus have turned against him.

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Mass Effect Fandom describes the synopsis as follows,

“The story is the “epic conclusion” to the story started in Mass Effect and continued in Mass Effect 2, as well as the conclusion of Commander Shepard’s story. The player’s choices in the previous games were expected to have a much more significant impact on the plot than the choices in Mass Effect had on Mass Effect 2. As Mass Effect 3 is the end of the trilogy, the developers were not constrained by the necessity of allowing the story to diverge, yet also continue into the next chapter. This was to result in a story that diverges into wildly different conclusions based on the player’s actions in the first two chapters.

Throughout Mass Effect 3, Commander Shepard will be bringing the civilisations of the galaxy together as allies to take back Earth and repel the Reaper invasion. The player’s choices throughout not only Mass Effect 3, but the entire trilogy, will affect the fate of these civilisations and the endings the player can receive.”

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