Mass Effect 3 Datapad Overview
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- Mar 14, 2012
GameSpot AU's Jess McDonell walks you through the ins and outs of EA's free Mass Effect 3 iOS companion, Datapad. Warning: Potential spoilers contained within.
@Demanufactur3 I don't exactly agree with your last statement but I really want someone to compete with Apple because their products certainly not perfect. And when are we getting glass, see-through screens like in Avatar or Mass Effect 3? They look awesome
I still love the franchise. Although the ending was lackluster for closure and relevance, EVERYTHING up to that point was phenomenal to the point of the game bringing me to tears at some point. (Even the beginning of the final mission made my heart race)
In a near future you're gonna need this, multiplayer, and buy at least 200$ of stuffs a year on Origin to get EA's games *best* ending!!!
Its interesting that this is now one of a few apps that act as a companion to certain games, the Wii-U's point is starting to become more apparent
I find it very hard to care about mass effect lore after the ending destroyed large parts of it. ME3 was a great game over shadowed by IMO the worst ending in video game history. im done with mass effect.
Perhaps Pcsama's comment doesn't exactly have a point, but it is starting to piss me off how everything seems to be apple exclusive... I think it's time someone does something to counter the iMonopoly, and interupts the iDominance, as well as taking out the iFashists. There i've said it. God i hate apple and all it stands for.
I had already finished the game when the app came out and I only got 20 messages. Do you only receive 20 or so messages over an entire playthrough? Or have I been punished for not waiting for the app to come out before starting my first run?