Mass Effect 3 is one of the most anticipated sci-fi video games of 2012, and BioWare has just released a demo featuring “over two hours of the single-player campaign and co-op multiplayer missions” for all the platforms the game will be available on, which are the PC, XBox 360 and Playstation 3. Now, will this new sci-fi installment follow more on the original title’s footsteps, offering a stronger RPG experience, or will it offer a more streamlined blend of RPG/FPS gameplay, like in Mass Effect 2? One thing seems to be sure, this new sequel promises to continue to offer vibrant interactive storytelling, which has always been a landmark of the series.
With this new sequel, the intergalactic action RPG trilogy (announced as such) will be complete. You will continue to play as Commander Shepard and must now lead a counter assault against the ancient alien race known as the Reapers that have launched an all-out invasion of the galaxy, and have already taken Earth. You mission, as it seems, is to take it back! Mass Effect 3 release is set for March 6, 2012 for the PC, PlayStation 3 and XBox 360. For the ones of you that find the demo download process too much of a hassle (after all it’s still a big download and you need to register for Origin) here is a 40 minute gameplay demo walkthrough that will show it for ya. Courtesy of V3tro.Subscribe RSS
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