8 MASS EF­FECT 3

Re­lease year 2012 Last po­si­tion New en­try

PC GAMER (US) - - TOP 100 -

Evan Num­ber eight? C’mon, guys. Don’t do this to me.

Chris I loved it heart and soul be­cause it had both of those things. As some­one who was tremen­dously, novel-read­ingly in­vested in the se­ries, I don’t think I’ve ever felt this re­warded by a game. And yes, that in­cludes the orig­i­nal end­ing. Lower your pitch­forks.

Sa­muel The sense of fi­nal­ity was re­ally some­thing. I al­most tear up just think­ing about Liara rest­ing her head on Shep­ard’s shoul­der. It’s not weird. You’re weird.

Tony It’s got the drama and the char­ac­ter­i­za­tion that made the pre­vi­ous games so mem­o­rable, but an ur­gency, and a poignant sense of things com­ing to an end, that’s all its own. It also has Ci­tadel.

Richard Ci­tadel is my fa­vorite

DLC ever.

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