When it comes to RPGs, Mass Effect is one of the more popular franchises in recent years. However, when the original trilogy ended and EA released Mass Effect: Andromeda, it kind of fell flat which led to the publisher eventually putting the series on hold while they focused on other franchises.
As many a Star Wars fan can attest, the original trilogy is probably the best out of all the Star Wars movies that have been released to date, and while the latest set of movies are certainly light years ahead of the prequels, it just doesn’t quite have the same feel. This could be one of the reasons why Mass Effect Andromeda wasn’t quite as well received as BioWare would […]
Mass Effect: Andromeda was not the successor to the original Mass Effect trilogy that many had hoped for. The game was admittedly a bit disappointing which led to reports that the Mass Effect franchise had been put on hold, which BioWare has since reassured fans that the franchise is still very much alive and well.
With BioWare now focusing on the upcoming Anthem game, we’re sure that many gamers are probably wondering what will become of the Mass Effect franchise. The previous Mass Effect release was not the massive success that BioWare and EA had hoped for, resulting in the franchise being put on hold.
Mass Effect: Andromeda was a highly-anticipated title simply because the original Mass Effect trilogy was so well-received. However there were several problems during its launch that led to reviews that weren’t exactly stellar, and admittedly left fans wanting more. In fact recently it was confirmed that the game would no longer receive single-player updates.
The Mass Effect trilogy is a much beloved franchise but unfortunately for BioWare, what many were hoping for in a new chapter in Mass Effect: Andromeda kind of proved to be a bust. While it was by no means terrible, it did not exactly live up to the expectations that many were hoping for given the success of its predecessors.
While the original Mass Effect trilogy was a much beloved series, it seems that BioWare could not achieve that same level of success with Mass Effect Andromeda. By no means is it a terrible game, but it seems that it did leave players wanting. If you’ve yet to try it out and are wondering if it is worth your investment, wonder no more.
There was a lot of hype and hope riding on BioWare’s Mass Effect: Andromeda, given how popular the original trilogy was. However while it wasn’t exactly terrible, it did not live up to the hype and it seems that many gamers were a bit disappointed with it, so much so that apparently the future of the franchise has been put on hold.
The original Mass Effect trilogy was a beloved one, which is why anticipation and hype was high for the next installment in the franchise. However Mass Effect: Andromeda did not quite live up to expectations, and while it wasn’t a terrible game, there were issues plaguing the game that did hamper the overall experience.
There are some consumers who if presented with a free option would always go for that as opposed to paying for it. This is evidenced in music, movies, TV shows, video games, books, and so on. However if you have downloaded the pirated version of Mass Effect: Andromeda, you might want to consider upgrading to the original copy.
It is rare that games or software in general is launched without any issues, although we guess exactly how big of an impact the issues have on the game is what matters, like maybe the UI wasn’t designed properly versus a game-breaking bug. Mass Effect: Andromeda has been launched to pretty positive reviews, but there are some issues that have to be addressed.
With Mass Effect being the beloved franchise that it is, safe to say that many were eagerly anticipating Mass Effect: Andromeda as it would be the first Mass Effect game that would not feature some of the characters that many players have grown to love. Based on the reviews, it seems that there are mixed reviews about the game, although most have been positive.
The latest installment in the Mass Effect franchise has been released and so far reviews have been mostly positive, save for some quibbles regarding the animation of the characters in the game. However for the most part, it seems that BioWare has launched yet another successful Mass Effect game.
Back in the day when you purchased a game, you got everything. Sure, some games had monthly subscriptions for its multiplayer services, but that was pretty much it. However in recent years developers and publishers have figured out a new way to make money, and that is through the use of microtransactions.