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The Andromeda Initiative sets a course for a new galaxy, hoping to find a new home for the species of the Milky Way.

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A Pathfinder searches the galaxy Andromeda for a new home for Humanity since Earth has been threatened. This new prodigy can explore planets, customize their crew and vehicles while ridding the Andromeda galaxy of enemies for one purpose: To find a suitable planet to call 'Home'.

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Bioware, the producers of this Mass Effect and the original trilogy, have hinted at the possibility of the original 3 Mass Effects being remastered on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Having been denied a remaster, Microsoft made 2 and 3 backward compatible on the N7 Anniversary in 2016. See more »

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Don't let nostalgia ruin it
29 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

Honestly, I'm tired of those copy/paste reviews we see here and there.

The all talk about bad facial animations, non charismatic main character and companions, the fact that we miss shephard, the fact that it's sjw handiwork (god I hate this new word, it's stupid, really), and other nonsense.

I'm a big fan of the franchise, like everybody here. And although I find that this game has indeed a very different "feel" compared to the first 3, I like it a lot, and I'll tell you why.

First, you have to put the old mass effect behind. This is a whole new story. The main character is not charismatic? Of course! He's young, he just got promoted unexpectedly to a top position! It would have been stupid to have a rugged bad ass character for this "role", no? What I like with this game is that you really have the feeling to be an explorer in foreign space. The planets are diverse and beautiful (great artistic work there). The quests are numerous and very engaging, even some small ones. Dialogs are reasonably deep and original. And finally, the gameplay is far better than the previous installments.

As I said, if you forget about the old MEs and don't give in to nostalgia, this is truly a great game for anyone loving space exploration, with a great deal of content to enjoy for many hours.

Don't let the haters fool you. This may not be your top-3-of-all-time game, but it is without a doubt an excellent one (with a few flaws of course, but which game doesn't).

I'm 40 hours into it right now, can't wait to go back home and turn my PS4 on!


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