Why was I putting this review off? I have no idea, but hey, let’s get into it. Needless to say, I was waiting a long time for this game. Pretty much from the second I beat Mass Effect 2. Then I got even more excited when I beat all the Mass Effect 2 DLC. I wanted to see how the Galaxy at large would handle Shepard blowing up a Mass Relay. Was hoping for some Star Trek level political intrigue. Imagine how disappointed I was when I didn’t get some Cardassians infiltrating the Maqi or some such.
Wait, I was not annoyed at the lack of Star Trek political intrigue, because that would be really boring. Mass Effect 3 gets right into things with the talky talk being rudely interrupted by the Reapers getting together for their annual Scour the Galaxy of all Life Jamboree. So we have a great way of getting Shepard out of his (or her) house arrest and back into the action. Continue Reading