Mass Effect 3 Dropped to $30 on All Platforms Today Only at Amazon

Today only, you can order Mass Effect 3 from Amazon for $30, down from $60, on any platform: PC, PS3, or Xbox 360.

If you’re into multiplayer, you probably don’t want to pick up the PS3 version, because BioWare’s biweekly bonus rewards weekends aren’t currently available on the PSN — which is Sony’s fault, not BioWare’s.

In case you’re concerned about all the negative energy circling around the game‘s ending, BioWare may already be working on retconning it after releasing their “clarification” DLC, and the game is otherwise excellent.

Given you can import you progress from Mass Effect 2 to influence some aspects of ME3, you may want to take a look at the ME2 Save Editor, which will allow you to create a Saved Game from the ground up if you either haven’t played ME2 or since deleted your save.

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1 Comment on Mass Effect 3 Dropped to $30 on All Platforms Today Only at Amazon

maffa

On April 24, 2012 at 9:57 am

The game is not “excellent”.

The game is “rather good”, and “below par” if compared with the previous titles in the series.

The ending is not the only issue that penalise the game. secondary missions are dull, and also relationship are, journal tracking is demented, and all in all the combats is nothing we havent already seen anywhere, just a corridor shooter like any other.

I fail to see how it can please first timers nor lover of the IP.