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'Mass Effect: Legendary Edition' review: A brand new comeback

‘Mass Effect: Legendary Edition’ review: A brand new comeback


14 years ago, it appeared on our screens, one of the most famous franchises of our century. Developed by the famous Canadian studio Bioware and published by Electronic Arts, this sci-fi RPG video game saga has succeeded in making an impression on many players. Mass Effect was critically acclaimed, and quickly became a cult thanks to the largely successful success of each of the three titles that make up this fantastic space saga.

It is the revived Commander Shepherd in this edition who is back in service after 9 years of absence.
Overhaul of textures changes the atmosphere of the game.

But, as the years began to feel heavy, EA decided to give it a little facelift, with a completely graphically redesigned version. So, nine years after the withdrawal, Commander Shepherd returned to us at the front of the stage, accompanied by all of his crew. By taking advantage of the overhaul of its textures, this new version allows you to enjoy all three cursors in 4K resolution (60 IPS refresh rate), thus offering a detailed and flexible visual experience.

Immerse yourself more present, whatever the climate of the visited planets
Immerse yourself more present, whatever the climate of the visited planets
Go on a mission and lead your team to achieve your goals.
Go on a mission and lead your team to achieve your goals.

On the other hand, since the latter is a “remaster” and not a “remake”, on the gameplay side, except for some minor improvements, the frequent bugs associated with games of this generation (such as over-negative AI or some old school mechanics) are still unfortunately present . However, this does not detract from the overall quality of each title, and the fun you feel while browsing it.

An updated interface that becomes more visually appealing.
An updated interface that becomes more visually appealing.
The graphic optimization of humans is there, without being revolutionary...especially since facial animations are still around at the time.
The graphic optimization of humans is there, without being revolutionary…especially since facial animations are still around at the time.

With this legendary edition that combines all the work of the original saga and (almost) all of their DLC content, you’ll have the chance to (re)discover the entirety of this galactic adventure worthy of the greatest movies, and that’s it, in Ultra HD.

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Presenting extraterrestrial species is still more convincing than humans.