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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:31pm 14/07/17 | 0 Comments
The launch of BioWare's Mass Effect Andromeda earlier this year certainly had its issues, from bugs to weird facial and character animation that led to many an internet meme. But, perhaps most contentious of all were the mixed reviews that ranged from praising it as the best in the series... to the worst. Or, just an overall average game. Well, if you haven't had the chance to play Andromeda, now's the time with a free 10-hour trial now available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Now, generally speaking even those who praise the game concede that it's a slow-burn so if you do plan on checking it out be ready to rush through the opening areas to get to the actual exploration stuff.

And hey, this new trailer released for the new trial does make it look good.



After the epic undertaking of Zelda for the Nintendo Switch, I've only just got around to playing Mass Effect Andromeda. And, yeah, it's okay. Fine even. Once I finish the game I might put up a belated review for posterity's sake, but thankfully it's been relatively bug and weird-animation free for me thanks to the post-release patches released since March. The latest of which dropped last week, once again sorting out the character stuff seen in cut-scenes.




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