Why Mass Effect Andromeda Is The Worst Game In The Series
The final product is ambitious, but it’s also mired by a noticeable lack of polish; one that like Fallout and Bethesda’s half-cocked approach to quality control, might endear it all the more, providing you’re strapped in for such a bumpy ride.
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On the contrary to this idea of indulgence in established franchise traits being satisfying, Mass Effect Andromeda offers quite literally nothing meaningful to the overall canon.
Whilst the first trilogy always had overarching plot lines in regards to everything from the Reapers to the Protheans, the Geth and Shepard’s role as Space Jesus, Andromeda ditches that in favour of feeling like a giant sandbox of Mass Effect ephemera.
You can play with the action figures, read into all manner of conflicts and lose hours exploring planets, scanning and crafting weapons to your heart’s content, but the purpose behind why Mass Effect Andromeda exists never changes: To make money off an established brand, because that name still means something.
This is a Halo 4 or a Gears of War 4, not an Uncharted 4. Take from that what you will.
Source – Whatculture
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