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- Deluxe includes: Pathfinder Casual Outfit, Scavenger Armor, Pathfinder Elite Weapon Set (4), Pet Pyjak (Monkey), Digital Soundtrack, Multiplayer Deluxe Launch Pack. Total value of $20 in additional content. Distributed via code in box.
- Battle like never before. New additions like destructible environments, boosted jumps for added verticality, and all-new weapons and Biotics make combat more thrilling than ever
- With amazing weapons, powers and tech, and much more flexible skill and weapon progression tree-you can replicate your play style to make you unstoppable against new, powerful alien enemies
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Mass Effect: Andromeda pits you and your crew against the dangers of a strange new galaxy. You’re 2.5 million light-years away from Earth, and you’re going to need all the help you can get.
Snag the Mass Effect: Andromeda Deluxe Edition and be prepared for whatever comes your way with multiple additional armor and outfit sets, an elite weapons set, and a new vehicle skin for the Nomad. Plus, receive Multiplayer Booster and Deluxe Launch Packs, Mass Effect: Andromeda’s digital soundtrack and even a pet space-monkey to hang out with on your ship.
Deep Space Explorer Armor
A unique armor set to help you explore the farthest reaches of the Andromeda Galaxy
3 Nomad Skins (1 available now, 2 in May 2017)
A unique skin for the Nomad vehicle as you explore new worlds
Multiplayer Booster Pack
Jump-start your multiplayer co-op experience with a booster pack. Includes 5x of 50% XP Boosters (Receive instantly, limit 1 per match).
2 Pathfinder Casual Outfits (1 available now, 1 in May 2017)
Look your best while aboard the Tempest and when docked at friendly locations.
A unique look for the Pathfinder while exploring new worlds.
Pathfinder Elite Weapon Set (4)
Battle the dangers of Andromeda with this unique set of weapons.
Everyone’s favorite space monkey is back and ready to join you aboard the Tempest.
Listen to Mass Effect's iconic music anywhere you go with a file download.
Multiplayer Deluxe Launch Pack
Get a head start on Co-op play with the Multiplayer Launch Pack including weapons and equipment to kick start your progress (received instantly).
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- Great, flexible combat system- you are no longer tied to one class, you can change styles on the fly, mid-battle. Makes for nice variety, and even adds a new strategic element on what class you may want to use depending on boss battle vs grunts, or open enclosures vs closed quarters. I have thoroughly enjoyed the combat, but it did take me a little time to adjust to some of the newer controls
- Good character development. ME2 and ME3 took things to another level. This feels similar to ME1 in some regards, there is a lot of ground work being laid out. I enjoyed the character development, if not the overall plot. I'm hoping that in later installments, we will see more of the humor and little details flesh out as they had done in ME2 and ME3.
- Bioware seems to be listening. By now you've probably seen the comments about the less than stellar facial animations. Bioware patched it (the eyes were the problem) and it is markedly better. Still the graphics are a tad disappointing for what we've seen on PS4 (see Witcher 3). I suspect some of it is due to the fact that you can construct your own facial features, so that probably creates some complications with facial animations.
- Plenty of missions, even if it is somewhat repetitive, I didn't mind because I love the combat.
- Maybe a little too long... I felt a 40-50h game may have been appropriate (including side missions).
- Animation and graphics are subpar. Overall, after the patches, it didn't detract too much from the experience, but I expected more considering how long development took. I wonder if they had shortened the game, if they may have been able to improve the visuals. All the Asari have the same face, except for the one member in your party. At least the humans look different.
- Glitchy. A growing problem with video games in general. There are some little frame rate issues, draw distance issues, freeze ups, and unnatural dialogue choices that need to be cleaned up.
- Menu navigation, map navigation and tutorials are lacking. Very unnatural and non-intuitive navigation through menus and the world map made for a steep learning curve. Plus tutorials weren't great, so I felt it took me about 20h of gameplay to finally get a handle on combat and all the variety you can experiment with.
- Mining for minerals. Fans of the old game know what I'm talking about. I wish Bioware would get rid of this.
Summary, This is a fun game, worthy checking out. Fans of the original trilogy may have high expectations that are ultimately not met, but I would say give the character development a chance, and really delve into the combat system. It is rewarding. Also the weapon building and customization, once you figure it out (again poor tutorials), gets really fun too, but you have limited resources to experiment with (mining for minerals... ugh). New comers may enjoy the characters more, since they are not comparing to Shepard and company. I would recommend this game, but wait for all the patches, bugs and updates that come out over the next month or two before buying.
Huge Mass Effect fan. Expected more polish. This game is glitchy. Glitchier than any console game I've played to date. Weird facial animations, neck contorting twists during dialogue, disappearing and/or phasing in of NPC's and/or their surroundings, a death glitch that doesn't let you fully die, thus forcing a reload from the main menu... I could go on but I won't. Many have called this an early access Mass Effect soft reboot, and I concur.
I love the universe, but in this game the characters are mostly lukewarm, and there are seemingly endless collection/gopher quests between planets. The worlds feels huge, but there's no sense of urgency that the previous Mass Effect trilogy had. Probably a fine purchase for die-hards like me, otherwise wait for a sale or at the very least some more patches.
Deluxe edition gave me some armor that boosts XP gain. Nice in the beginning, looks cool, but quickly replaced by better gear. Meh. Typical pre-order stuff.
What I care do care about is the story and game play. I can overlook a lot of issues if the story is good. I expected a game from Bioware to at least be interesting. This should have been called Mass Effect BLANDromeda. This game is downright BORING. I mean everything about it is boring - the story, the worlds, most of your squad, the Nexus, the conversations, NPCs and most of the enemies are boring, and worst of all your character is boring. Sure, you have a jet pack so you can hover and jump around and you have the Nomad to drive around in instead of the Mako but guess what, that is boring as well. I mean who wants to spend hours cruising around an alien desert world that looks like Arizona? Let's not forget the TEDIOUS and seemingly endless remnant puzzles - climbing all over and scanning glyphs so you can play Sudoku in space. Its like punishment. A word of advice - buy the remnant keys, trust me. As an added bonus the font size on the console is so tiny you'll probably go blind trying to read it but then after a while, you won't really care that much if you missed it. I will say that the combat is good. There are plenty of weapons and powers to explore and I did like the way you could alter your skills during game play but inexplicably, you are not able to equip any of your squad mates with different weapons nor are you able to control which powers they use or when they use them. No clue why they would eliminate this as it was one of the strongest features of the original games.
You can't be paragon or renegade any more. Ryder seems rather weak and indecisive no matter your response. None of the decisions you make really seem to matter much. The game tries to act like its of paramount importance but it rarely has any consequence at all. The voice acting is fine but no one is saying anything that matters much. Once you hit all of the standard conversation topics, that is pretty much it. The inappropriate and completely bizarre facial animations that caused so much angst are about the only true source of amusement in this game. You can romance other characters if that is your thing but they are so lame who wants to? Some of your squad are so annoying its actually painful to take them along on missions. I would have sincerely liked the option of blowing half of them out of the airlock. I would have merrily included that crappy couch when I jettisoned Liam and hopefully Cora would have been sitting on it at the time.
The original trilogy was so well done, with such an intricate, detailed story line that putting Mass Effect into the title of this game is frankly, insulting. I get that Shepard's story is over but this is what they came up with? I would rather Bioware go back and make a prequel of Shepard in the Skillian Blitz or Shepard making an omelet than suffer through Ryder's bore-fest. What makes it worse is that they have cutesy little references to the original games - like model ships of the Normandy, audio recordings from Liara, etc which just makes this game even worse in comparison. Even the original Mass Effect, which is clearly dated and the game play is downright clunky is WAY more interesting and playable than this. I don't know who the writers were but when it comes to Missed Opportunity, this game is the poster child. This game has an interesting premise - one that would have allowed them to go in so many different and truly original directions - new races, creative planets, new challenges, huge opportunities moral decisions but instead they came up with the most generic, vanilla, concept possible. Its just sad. Ryder is no Pathfinder...he/she just drives around already settled worlds, shooting things, playing space Sudoku and kissing up to the Angara. Ryder isn't impressive or inspiring - anyone and I mean ANYONE with a SAM interface could easily replace Ryder.
Is it the worst game I've played? Not at all. Its functional enough and the game looks good, except for the weird facial expressions of course. There are some genuine improvements - the crafting system (despite its overly convoluted menus) is a nice addition as is the extensive ability/skill system which allows you to truly customize your play style. Its also a nice addition that you can re-spec your skills and alter your appearance at any time, which is important since it can be challenging to get a decent looking character ( especially the female Ryder) and you have to look at that for HOURS. The combat is also good with a solid AI system but you basically see the same enemies over and over. Like most Bioware games, it will keep you busy for hours with seemingly endless tasks but I really can't imagine playing this game through it more than once. I'm glad I waited to purchase this and got it at a significant discount.