And for the first time, the game allows you to start a rainbow family of your own.
It's without question one of the most anticipated games of the last few years, and amid a weirdly subdued marketing campaign and divisive early impressions, Mass Effect: Andromeda is finally here. The jank is real strong in this new Mass Effect game. Exploring and building relationships is all well and good, but will the combat in Mass Effect: Andromeda deliver a critical hit or miss by miles? Additionally, we've also included supplemental Mass Effect: Andromeda features.
Hopefully, it's something that will be available in future - after all, given the amount of non-action moments in the Mass Effect games, there's the potential for an in-game death to result in having to go back through plenty of exploration, loot-collecting, and extensive NPC dialogue sections.
Mass Effect: Andromeda now has me engrossed in its world.
Look, I'd be blinkered if I didn't acknowledge that Mass Effect: Andromeda has issues, but the animation isn't something you should get hung up about. Mass Effect: Andromeda is more than that.
In one of the most LGBTI inclusive moves we have seen in a video game, the EA title goes an extra step further. But if you're like me and was curious to see how the franchise has evolved, maybe wait til Andromeda drops below $40.
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