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Mass Effect 3: Prima Official Game Guide (Prima Official Game Guides) Paperback – March 6, 2012
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Sadly, the index is only fair at best, I could not find a decent table of contents and the weapon ratings (weight, capacity, etc...) are a bit off which make it difficult to use the descriptions as a reliable guide. There are a couple other items, like where they simply parrot the exact words one can read in game, but I want to keep this short.
Having played through ME3 twice before ordering the guide (wanted to see if I missed anything) it turned out I hit everything mentioned in the guide, and even matched several of the 'builds' for my NPC companions. It 'is' a nice book, but I doubt anyone that has played ME1 & 2 will need it. Even if you start with ME3, the forums are a better source of information, in my opinion.
Though I am not completely satisfied with my purchase, I am "OK" with it; hence the three of five stars.
It loses one star for me because there is no additional information or opinion on things like weapons and armor, other than what is already in the game. Also, I think a plot synopsis would have been nice - you have to read through the entire mission walk-throughs to learn the plot details, and the plot sometimes gets lost in all the details.
The hardcover is very thick and nice to look at, and the pages are also very thick, lamented and just look high quality. There are extra articles about the story of Mass Effect and the design and look of the game that make this a worthwhile purchase.
Another big problem is that it doesn't cover the downloadable content.