Mass Effect: Andromeda

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MAN!AC (83 out of 100)

Sehr umfangreiches, aber immer kurzweiliges Weltraumabenteuer, das trotz vieler guter Einfälle nicht ganz mit den Vorgängern mithalten kann.

May 1st, 2017 · Xbox One · read review (78 out of 100)

Von der alten Form ist man allerdings immer noch entfernt; es ist nicht alles perfekt; es gibt auch hier immer noch sinnfreie Inhalte wie das Planetenscannen. Doch wo Dragon Age mit Inquisition einen Tiefpunkt innerhalb der Fantasy-Reihe erreichte zeigt Andromeda, das sich hinsichtlich der Dramaturgie und der Nutzung bekannter Elemente gegenüber Mass Effect 1 in etwa so wie Das Erwachen der Macht zu Eine neue Hoffnung verhält, dass man die Sci-Fi-Serie noch nicht abschreiben sollte. Dennoch: War Bioware jahrelang Rollenspiel-Vorreiter und -Wegbereiter, ist man mittlerweile nur noch Mitläufer - auch weil man im Gegensatz zur Konkurrenz das Risiko scheut und daher weitgehend stagniert.`

Mar 21st, 2017 · Xbox One · read review

IGN (7.7 out of 10)

Mass Effect: Andromeda is an expansive action role-playing game with a few great moments that recapture the high points of the landmark trilogy that came before it, and energetic combat and fantastic sound effects contribute to a potent sci-fi atmosphere. Without consistently strong writing or a breakout star in its cast to carry it through the long hours and empty spaces, however, disappointments like a lack of new races, no companion customization, and major performance problems and bugs take their toll.

Mar 20th, 2017 · Xbox One · read review (15 out of 20)

Mass Effect Andromeda n'est ni une injure à la série, ni un titre capable de se hisser à la hauteur de ses glorieux aînés. S'il dépoussière le gameplay de la saga, nous offre des panoramas superbes et une durée de vie solide, il pêche trop souvent par manque de finition et s'avère un poil léger sur des mécaniques où nous l'attendions, notamment son casting et son système de choix. Pourtant, c'est bien avec le sentiment d'avoir vécu une nouvelle épopée mémorable que vous quitterez une aventure marquée du sceau de l'exploration et de la découverte : signe que malgré les secousses du voyage, le vaisseau Mass Effect aura au moins réussi son atterrissage sur la galaxie Andromeda.

Mar 20th, 2017 · Xbox One · read review

TrueAchievements (3.5 out of 5)

Mass Effect: Andromeda had the unenviable task of following a rare mix of greatness and controversy. Many will find BioWare's latest effort doesn't meet the standard of its predecessors, but even judging in isolation reveals some major concerns revolving around the game's writing. As a shooter, it succeeds greatly. As an RPG it suffers several missteps that are salvaged by what can at least be called inconsistency, meaning for all the bad it does, Andromeda does equal parts good. It feels like Andromeda is worth exploring just once. In many important ways it's a small step for BioWare, but with regard to characters especially, it's hard to ignore the giant leap backwards.

Apr 4th, 2017 · Xbox One · read review

Geeks Under Grace (5.5 out of 10)

Everything players grew to love about Mass Effect is here but its all the same. Mass Effect: Andromeda doesn't take any risks or go to any serious lengths to differentiate itself from the previous games or stand out among any of the other high-profile releases launched in 2017. Mass Effect: Andromeda is a shining example of how NOT to resurrect a franchise.

Apr 19th, 2017 · Xbox One · read review

Games TM (5 out of 10)

Andromeda is far removed from what made the Mass Effect games great to begin with that it feels like a shadow of its former self, an IP struggling to match the bar set by its contemporaries, created by a studio struggling to beat the spectre of expectation and hype. Andromeda has its moments, as rare as they might be, but the overall package feels a long way aways from where it needs to be.

Apr 20th, 2017 · Xbox One

Starburst Magazine ( )

Mass Effect Andromeda is ultimately Dragon Age 2 all over again. It had the potential to stand out from the original trilogy, but everything here screams that it was rushed to meet a tight deadline. As a result, while the combat mechanics might be a step forwards, the story and ideas simply don’t measure up to its predecessors. If you’re an avid Mass Effect fan or a multiplayer junkie, give this one a look, but everyone else should wait until we’ve seen a lot more updates before getting it.

Mar 21st, 2017 · Xbox One · read review

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