Friday, April 7, 2017

"Mass Effect: Andromeda" Gets Attention, But ...

Mass Effect: Andromeda
The game "Mass Effect: Andromeda" was released a few weeks ago and the first entry in the series since 2012’s Mass Effect 3 received a mixed reception, both from critics and longtime fans.

Foremost among the criticisms are the characters’ awkward facial animations and dialogue, clunky menus, and uninteresting side content. However, BioWare remains committed to improving the game in the future.

In a tweet posted by the studio, BioWare acknowledged that it has received "quite a bit of feedback" regarding Andromeda, and that it continues to welcome constructive criticism as it continue post-launch development.

"That feedback is an important part of our ongoing support of the game, and we can't wait to share more of our immediate plans with you on Tuesday, April 4," the studio said.

BioWare didn’t specify just what it plans to address in the immediate future. Mass Effect 3 received an update shortly after it launched with an "extended cut" of its ending, expanding slightly on some narrative decisions and offering a little more closure.

the problem is that the narrative and dialogue issues in Andromeda aren't related to one particular plot point or conversation, but rather point to a decay in quality that is evident throughout most of the game.

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