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Mass Effect 3: N7 Collector's Edition (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
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3.9 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B007ETERN6
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 3.8 cm ; 440 g
  • Release Date: 9 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,793 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Take Earth Back.

Mass Effect 3 plunges you into an all-out galactic war to take Earth back from a nearly unstoppable foe – and how you fight that war is entirely up to you. Groundbreaking interactive storytelling drives the heart-pounding action in which each decision you make could have devastating and deadly consequences. You are Commander Shepard, the only one who can save Earth from annihilation. But you are not alone. At your side is a team of elite, battle-hardened soldiers ready for your command. Flank enemies with your squad or take them down lone wolf. Use cover or go in guns blazing. Unleash tactical assaults from a distance or go toe-to-toe with enemies using devastating melee assaults and the deadly omniblade. On March 6th, 2012 the war for Earth begins on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.


  • Play Your Way – Choose a fast-paced cinematic experience or delve into a deeper, more choice-driven narrative. Either way, intense combat propels the action as you fight to unite a war-torn galaxy against a common enemy.
  • A Rich, Branching Story — Interactive storytelling delivers an experience unlike any other, with multiple outcomes determined by your choices. Mass Effect 3 will redefine what you know about emotionally engaging story.
  • Unleash a Customizable Arsenal — Build your character and squad with dozens of unique weapons and abilities, each with powerful upgrades and modifications.
  • Class-Based Co-operative Multiplayer Missions — Fight the war alongside your friends in four-player co-op missions. Choose from a variety of races and classes and combine your skills to overcome impossible odds. Your success can have an impact on the outcome of your single-player experience.
  • Adrenaline-Pumping Gameplay — Feel every bullet impact, roll into cover, and unleash devastating heavy weapons in an intense and pulse-pounding action-shooter game.
  • Ruthless and Intelligent Enemies — Battle merciless enemies that will consistently challenge your best combat tactics and put you on the edge of your seat.

Box Contains

The N7 Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Exclusive Hardcover Artbook
  • Exclusive Collectible tin featuring male and female Shepard
  • Exclusive Bonus In-Game Packs
  • Exclusive N7 Fabric Patch
  • Exclusive 4x6 Lithograph
  • Extended Soundtrack
  • Dark Horse Comic Book
  • Additional Downloadable Mission and Character
  • Bonus Avatars and More

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"I have to go" was always Commander Shepard's way of saying goodbye and coming back. However, with the recent announcement of Shepard not appearing in any way shape or form in the next Mass Effect, he said his last motto in this one.

Playing Mass effect 1 & 2 got me pumped for the 3rd journey and here are my impressions;

First off I would like to point out that the ending doesn't bother me and I got really sick and tired of everyone's complaining about it, Bioware did what was best, so just leave it alone now. Anyway, The combat is action-packed and I love it, the characters both old returning characters (depending on your choices) and new characters are a welcome from me. The graphics are very impressive and the voice acting again is really well done. There are plenty of side-quests to do and the main story is a very decent length. I also love the new enemies, a few times I was shocked at seeing the new enemies that Bioware decided to put in, but it is part of the story.

Included in this Collector's editon (no pun intended considering the name of Mass Effect 2's enemies) is an art book with very impressive pictures, a really nice steelbook with Male Shepard (front) and Female Shepard (back), access to DLC "from Ashes" which includes a new character and a return to a familiar location, a comic book, a premium N7 fabric patch, a code for the digital soundtrack, a Mechdog companion (non-mission sadly) that hangs around the cargo bay on the Normandy, various different outfits for your squadmates, an N7 hoodie for Shepard, the Normandy prop for the avatar and various weapons including a shotgun/sniper rifle/SMG and pistol and finally a lithograph with a nice picture.
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I'm gonna start by saying I absolutely loved the previous two games (Mass Effect 2 in particular) but this game did nothing but build me up for disappointment in the run up to its release, from the crisis with GAME to the awful rumours surrounding the story. As a huge fan I tried to ignore these rumours but unfortunately they all ended up being true. *SPOILERS* The ending is awful, just plain flat out awful. The three choices are all dissatisfying and all lead to the same situation with the Normandy which crash lands on a planet with no way of getting off. Combine this with the shot of Shepard taking a breath in the wreckage of the Citadel and the whole ending starts stinking of cliffhanger. Which is odd cos this is the last game involving Shepard right? Of course, if this is a cliffhanger then its for downloadable content. Another slap to the face after the Prothean DLC issue. Now if none of this seems to bad too you then chances are you'll still love this game because to be fair I really enjoyed everything else up until the ending but for me this kind of ending just pissed over my entire Mass Effect experience. My only other complaint is Tali and the whole stock pic image of her face, that seems incredibly lazy and disrespectful to the fans. Firstly, don't use a pic we've waited long enough to see a Quarian so let us see one for real and secondly if you are going to use a pic at least make one from scratch and put some effort into it. I'm gonna end this section on a high note cos part of me still thinks Mass Effect deserves it, the gay romance option with Kaidan was done perfectly in my opinion, it was exactly what I hoped for and made me very happy after two games of discrimination. That might be the one and only thing that makes me purchase another Bioware game at this point.Read more ›
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I'll keep this clean. I loved Mass Effect! It is the Star Wars of gaming. Unfortunately Mass Effect 3 is Phantom Menace rather than Empire Strikes Back. While the game play is slick, the graphics smooth this game is killed by the ending. After all the time invested in the trilogy, that ending felt like a betrayal of everything that preceded it. I would highly recommend 1 and 2, they are the greatest games I have ever played! With regards to 3, buy it for as cheap as possible, but be warned, if you fell in love with 1 & 2, "Episode" 3 will break your heart.
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By Sam on 2 April 2012
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Pretty amazing journey, absolutely ruined by a poorly done ending just leaves you empty once completed. Parts of the game are well written and planned out, they can fill you with emotion but the ending just ditches all that.
There are other problems besides the ending, short side quests that have little story, the journal is a mess, alot of the missions can be pretty repetitive and don't feel as varied as the previous games, just boiling down to nothing but cover based shooting.
Still it can be fun, but Bioware can and have done much better in the past.
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(I shall leave out my feedback on the infamous ending, as although I would say the same as millions of fans have; horribly written, deceptively unvaried, etc, it only covers close to 1% of the entire game and does not impact my opinion on the game as a whole).

So is this the best Mass Effect game? In terms of gameplay variety and exploration, it's probably the worst. BioWare seems to have a habit of "if someone didn't like it, throw it completely away rather than try to fix it", because the vehicle gameplay is no more, the majority of sidequests consist of singular planet scans in Reaper controlled systems after eavesdropping on the entire Citadel population, with the rest being either on the Citadel itself or the multiplayer maps making their canonical appearance in the Single Player. In terms of gameplay mechanics, they are greatly improved, especially regarding player mobility, control and melee combat, with the exception of the dialogue wheel, which has seen a disappointly noticeable decrease in variety and frequency of appearance. Regarding the new Multiplayer, it works much better than I expected with the massive variety of characters and powers that can be used, but it solely relies on player desire to upgrade their inventory of characters, weapons & equipment and to maximise their Single Player Effective Military Strength (EMS) for replayability. If you liked Gears of War's Horde Mode, it will be quite familiar to you.

But that's my criticisms out of the way. What really shines above all else is the characters.
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