[PS4/Xbox One] Mass Effect Andromeda - £28.99 (365Games)
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[PS4/Xbox One] Mass Effect Andromeda - £28.99 (365Games)

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Found 6th Jun 2017
Mass Effect Andromeda takes players to the Andromeda galaxy, far beyond the Milky Way. There, players will lead our fight for a new home in hostile territory where WE are the aliens.

Play as the Pathfinder - a leader of a squad of military-trained explorers - with deep progression and customisation systems. This is the story of humanity’s next chapter, and player choices throughout the game will ultimately determine our survival in the Andromeda Galaxy.

As you unfold the mysteries of the Andromeda Galaxy and the hope for humanity lies on your shoulders – You must ask yourself… How far will you go?

Be the Pathfinder

Chart Your Own Course in a Dangerous New Galaxy. Unravel the mysteries of the Andromeda galaxy as you discover rich, alien worlds in the search for humanity’s new home.

The Mass Effect Universe you Love

Lead the First Humans in Andromeda on a Desperate Search for our New Home. In this new chapter of Mass Effect, meet and recruit all-new, interesting characters caught up in an epic space saga filled with mystery and galactic conflict.

Battle Like Never Before

Fight with your Pathfinder Team in Battle Against Terrifying Enemies and Creatures. New additions like destructible environments, boosted jumps for added verticality, and all-new weapons and Biotics make combat more thrilling than ever.

Play Your Way

Build a Formidable Hero with Amazing Weapons, Powers and Tech. With a much more flexible skill and weapon progression tree, you can replicate your play style to make you unstoppable against new, powerful alien enemies.

MULTIPLAYER

Overview: Welcome to the APEX Forces. Multiplayer in Mass Effect Andromeda places you into a class-based, 4-player co-op fire-team experience. Join up to 3 of your friends to take on the enemy threat where the Pathfinder can’t be and protect the interests of the Andromeda Initiative.

Test your skills in the all-new mission system. Complete challenges and objectives as you head to key locations to recover critical intel, and eliminate high value enemy targets. Gain shared experience and resources to customise and upgrade a wide range of character kits to your style.

Whether you’re at home or on the go, you can jump into the new optional Strike Teams feature allowing you to continue to earn progress and rewards for your single player campaign or multiplayer inventory.
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Trading this mess in tomorrow to fund DiRT 4. Such a shame to be honest. Despite all the negativity I was genuinely looking forward to playing this.

Don't get me wrong, once you get past the shady character models and the sub par storyline, I'm sure there could well be a game in there somewhere. For EA Access, or Xbox One owners in general, I would honestly advise you to await an inevitable incoming entry to the vault.

I played it on an Xbox One S with HDR 10 and the game looks abysmal. The glare is out of control and the whole game just looks completely washed out.
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 6th Jun 2017
It could be £2.89 and I'd STILL avoid this utter turkey.

Sincerely,
Mass Effect original trilogy fan.
Shame really bioware should have stuck with the team that made the other three games now the IP is on hold
BuzzDuraband

Trading this mess in tomorrow to fund DiRT 4. Such a shame to be honest. … Trading this mess in tomorrow to fund DiRT 4. Such a shame to be honest. Despite all the negativity I was genuinely looking forward to playing this. Don't get me wrong, once you get past the shady character models and the sub par storyline, I'm sure there could well be a game in there somewhere. For EA Access, or Xbox One owners in general, I would honestly advise you to await an inevitable incoming entry to the vault.I played it on an Xbox One S with HDR 10 and the game looks abysmal. The glare is out of control and the whole game just looks completely washed out.


I have ea access with 10 hour trial and was thinking of installing it this weekend. Had held off thinking the latest patches had solved the problems from launch.

Is it really that bad still?

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jaydeeuk134 m ago

I have ea access with 10 hour trial and was thinking of installing it this …I have ea access with 10 hour trial and was thinking of installing it this weekend. Had held off thinking the latest patches had solved the problems from launch.Is it really that bad still?


I played the 10 hour trial on EA Access, although it was around 2 once you arrived at the content that was locked out. It did suffer really badly then but I just wanted to play it so much.

I purchased it from Amazon last week for £29.99 but used a £10 off £40 spend to get £10 worth of stuff free, so it wasn't too bad. But honestly mate, it really is that bad I waded through it trying so hard to live with the graphical issues, but I just couldn't. I actually had it on last night, and that was the final straw.

I put The Elder Scrolls Online on after I had finished with it which is also HDR and the graphical differences were instantly noticeable. Have a go with the trial on EA Access, see how you get on.
I really enjoyed the gameplay and exploration aspects of this, combat was fun, yes the character models and graphics issues were there but they'll update and fix those. The main game is good, story okay. The best parts were getting to do personal quests for my squad as it felt like Mass Effect of old but this is a spin off and feels like it.
Banned
Good deal though I expect this to be less than £20 in a month.
goo d deal OP
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I have 2,5 coupon here
This game is terrible! Just finished it last week, OMG that was a waste of time:(
Bizarre that something like this can still kind of hold its value, but an overlooked gem like Dishonoured 2 can had for less than a tenner...
I loved the original trilogy, but can't even drum up the enthusiasm to start the 10 hour trial. Definitely one to wait to appear in the vault (I'd say we're looking at Mirror's Edge 2 timelines here rather than a year)
BuzzDuraband

Trading this mess in tomorrow to fund DiRT 4. Such a shame to be honest. … Trading this mess in tomorrow to fund DiRT 4. Such a shame to be honest. Despite all the negativity I was genuinely looking forward to playing this. Don't get me wrong, once you get past the shady character models and the sub par storyline, I'm sure there could well be a game in there somewhere. For EA Access, or Xbox One owners in general, I would honestly advise you to await an inevitable incoming entry to the vault.I played it on an Xbox One S with HDR 10 and the game looks abysmal. The glare is out of control and the whole game just looks completely washed out.


Damn that's really sad to hear, I didn't pick it up with the Prime Now £10 off, instead went for all groceries. I know the game has got some hate but I was hoping I'd love it when I finally got it, perhaps I'll keep waiting for a better price
Edited by: "timblake9" 7th Jun 2017
Boogie123

This game is terrible! Just finished it last week, OMG that was a waste … This game is terrible! Just finished it last week, OMG that was a waste of time



You stuck with a 40 hour game despite it being terrible and a waste of time? Surely there must have been something good to keep you going?

I've just started this (only a few hours in) and I'm pleasantly surprised. But then my expectations have been set so low.
has Sarah's ryder face has been fixed yet? is she still UF?
I think this is a reasonable deal, but I haven't voted hot or cold either way, although I will add this:

IMHO the game is nowhere near as bad as it's being made out to be. It seems to be the cultural thing to trash anything related to EA games, when in fact this is still very much a Bioware title. Let's remember, it's still pretty much universally scored high 70's to low 80's which is by no means bad.

Is it as good as Mass Effect 1 and 2? Absolutely not. But as a fan who pretty much lost interest in the series after the abysmal ending to ME:3, I did rather enjoy this.

Sure, like most Bioware titles, there's quite a lot of 'filler.' The characters are largely one dimensional but there's still enough personality there to keep you going. For the price, you're getting 40-60 hours of content and the combat for an RPG is particularly good.

If you've ever enjoyed a Bioware title, there's still plenty to enjoy here. In terms of glitches, these are mostly ironed out and I didn't experience any issues post patch... I would however say, that Andromeda rather reminded me of Dragon Age 2... a good game in its own right, but not the best of sequels.
Edited by: "Wardy_0507" 7th Jun 2017
PsychONeill

You stuck with a 40 hour game despite it being terrible and a waste of … You stuck with a 40 hour game despite it being terrible and a waste of time? Surely there must have been something good to keep you going?I've just started this (only a few hours in) and I'm pleasantly surprised. But then my expectations have been set so low.



I like to finish things I started I remember my complaints about ME3.... ME3 was (is) really good game compering to this .... :-) I had to finish this game as I completed previous games:-)
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