In a technologically advanced future, an elite human soldier takes command of a prototype star ship and works to defend the galaxy from danger.

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Steven Barr ...
Urdnot Wrex / Refugee (voice)
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Admiral Steven Hackett (voice)
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Ash Sroka ...
Tali'Zorah nar Rayya / Jenna (voice) (as Liz Sroka)
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Major Elena Flores / Rebekah Petrovsky (voice) (as Leigh Allyn Baker)
April Banigan ...
Khalisah Bint Sinan Al-Jilani / Mallene Calis / Protestor (voice)
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In a technologically advanced future, an elite human soldier takes command of a prototype star ship and works to defend the galaxy from danger.

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$2,700,000 (estimated)
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If Urdnot Wrex is in Shepard's team and Shepard speaks to General Septimus in Chora's Den, Wrex makes the comment:"How did your kind ever defeat us?" to which Septimus replies "I may be drunk, Krogan, but you're ugly. And tomorrow I'll be sober." This is a reference to a phrase allegedly spoken by Sir Winston Churchill to Bessie Braddock when she accused him of being drunk. See more »

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The timeline in the Codex lists the 100th anniversary of the first moon landing as July 24, 2069. The actual date of the first moon landing was July 20th, 1969, not the 24th. See more »

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Commander Shepard: You must have family other than your father. Don't you miss them?
Urdnott Wrex: You trying to make me cry, Shepard?
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M4 Part II
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Astronomical
15 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

OK, first off, I just want to say that I am very fascinated by space to start with, but this game will amaze anyone who likes video games. Mass Effect is so masterful that it's hard to pick where to start. OK, I guess I'll start with the character creation.

If you're a fan of customization, that's already enough reason to buy Mass Effect. The creation goes so deep, that it's almost annoying.

The graphics in Mass Effect are indescribable. As i said before, I'm obsessed with space, and it's almost like I was there. When you land on Earth's moon, and you drive up a steep incline, Earth rises billions of miles away. If you've ever seen a picture of Earth from space, you know how beautiful it is. When I saw this, my jaw almost dropped. It was like they used a real life picture!!!!! That goes for the entire rest of the game too. Best graphics ever for years and years to come.

The story telling in Mass Effect is stuff of legend. The imagination in this game is incredible. Think of Star Wars, only yes, I'm about to say it........better.

If you're a fan of games at all, you will pick this up, and love it. Mass Effect is so convincingly real, you actually begin to think to yourself if the future 200 years from now will contain the things that Mass Effect does.

The aliens in Mass Effect are so amazingly detailed and unique, you are actually sad you can't pick your species. Lets just hope that you can in Mass Effect 2.

If you hate space and aliens and sci-fi, still get Mass Effect, because it does an amazing job of not only being a great RPG, but also a great 3rd person shooter!!!


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