These Shots Show Why Mass Effect is Still the Best Space RPG

Despite the massive scale of the video game industry there still aren’t many decent space-based titles out there. BioWare’s Mass Effect franchise is still undoubtedly the best space opera after all these years. A blend of masterful storytelling, well-written characters and lots of heart-to-heart dialogs are what make the Mass Effect trilogy so special.

I recently replayed the trilogy and was reminded why these three games are so damn memorable- the Normandy, a cast composed of quirky characters like Jeff “Joker” Moreau, others like Garrus and Liara that you wish existed in real life and lastly epic finales like the suicide mission of Mass Effect 2 and the retaking of Earth in Mass Effect 3. However, there is more to these games than just that, emotions that can’t be conveyed by words, so I’ve put together a compilation of screenshots from the third game to best speak for themselves. I’ll further follow this up with an opinion piece very soon. So here are the images:

So what do you guys think? Any spectacular shots that you’d like to share? Anyway, stay tuned for another piece on the Mass Effect franchise and one on BioWare and the studio’s future.

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Areej
I love computer hardware and RPGs, and those two things are what drove me to start TechQuila. Other than that most of my time goes into reading psychology, writing (and reading) dark poetry and playing games.

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