Mass Effect 3.
Mass Effect 3. Extended Cut Announced, releases June 26.
The Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut DLC is a downloadable content pack that will expand upon the events at the end of Mass Effect 3. Through additional cinematic sequences and epilogue scenes, the Extended Cut will include deeper insight to Commander Shepard’s journey based on player choices during the war against the Reapers.
The Extended Cut will be available to download at no additional charge for Mass Effect 3 game owners starting on June 26 for PC and Xbox 360 customers worldwide. Playstation 3 customers in North America will be able to download the Extended Cut DLC on June 26 and the rest of the world on July 4.
Casey Hudson, Mac Walters and Jessica Merizan sat down and recorded a new podcast where they discuss what you can expect in the Extended Cut and address many of your questions and concerns. Please check out the new Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut podcast hereand read the Extended Cut FAQ here.
We look forward to bringing you the Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut starting June 26.
Jack is my favourite (or, at least, in my top five) from Mass Effect, and this is pretty fucking amazing.
(I’m reminded of talking to Chris ISB saying we should do a Comics Alliance vs RPS OFFICIAL CHART LISTING OF MASS EFFECT CHARACTERS article, which does tempt me again.)
Amazing Jack cosplay!
“Oh, the ending Mass Effect 3 needed.”
Joanna’s Mass Effect Ending by fightingferret
Geth Drednought chatter:
Here are all (most?) of the conversations Tali has with squadmates before the Geth Dreadnought mission. The first Ash and Liara one is if you romanced them in ME1 and then romanced Tali in ME2. And apparently Kaidan doesn’t have a “jealous” convo if you tried to romance him in ME3 like Ash and Liara does…
Also added all the reactions from squadmates to the flirting banter (if Tali was romanced) during the mission. Enjoy.
The squad’s reactions to Shepard and Tali’s flirting is great.
My favorite is the first one with Ashley.
Forbes has come out with a pretty great article about the ending debacle (also it’s nice to see an article that doesn’t completely dismiss ME3 fans reactions to the ending) - How Bioware Could Find Redemption Using Mass Effect 3.
He has many problems with the game. Pacing, story, exposition, etc, and he’s only six hours in. Anyone else not enjoying it?
So quite a few hours in and I’m still having a blast! I do have some gripes here and there but the positives outweigh them.