Proof that video games are turning into movie quality productions. And are actually a much more meaningful and involving experience.
Mass Effect 3. This game will most likely be my favourite game of all time if it lives up to the promise the first two games created. So soon! Can’t wait!
As I’ve stated several times before, Mass Effect is amazing in just about every sense of the word. Here, I want to comment on the music. Like any good video game or movie, the Mass Effect games has a strong original soundtrack which invokes memories of 1980’s and 1990’s science fiction. It sounds like a mix between Depeche Mode and John Williams.
This song, M4 Part 2 by The Faunts, is the ending credits song of the first Mass Effect, and it really drew the entire game together in the final moments. The song successfully culminated one game, and set up the beginning of the epic sequel.
I have wondered about you.
Where will you be when this through?
If all goes as planned,
Will you redeem my life again?
My life again.
I know I keep harping on Mass Effect, but that should tell you just how amazing it is. I don’t really think anything more can be said, other than if you haven’t played it yet, what’s taking you so long?
All credit to Patryk Olejniczak.
Mass Effect. One of the best video game series out there. And just in general, one of the best stories and pieces of science fiction in general. Simply amazing, enthralling, and exciting.
The Mass Effect universe is probably one of the most enthralling universes ever. The games are absolutely amazing in their depth, story, gameplay, and immersion. The books take what’s given in the video games and takes them to another level, offering back story and details that create a truly complete universe.
I think what I love most about Mass Effect is the plausibility. As an engineer/scientist, I’ve been trained to be skeptical and inquisitive. That’s why I refuse to enjoy Iron Man 2. But the Mass Effect universe is something I can believe. Something I can fathom, and understand.
It also doesn’t hurt that the characters have been designed as if they were real, genuine people. Each with their own ambitions, personalities, and baggage.
All credit for this image goes to patryk-garrett.