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Starting Out in the Mass Effect Universe

Here’s how to dive head-first into the Mass Effect universe!

The list below was created by a “Desert Fairy” for an intense and fully transmedia approach to getting into the world of Mass Effect. Even if you’re aware that the ending of the series is wretchedly horrible (spoilers inside link) everything leading up to the ending is still great.

Mass Effect Media List (In Order of Release) created September 2012.

  • Book: Mass Effect: Revelations – 2007. MAY. 1
  • XBOX: Mass Effect 1 (+ DLCs) – 2007. NOV. 20
  • Book: Mass Effect: Ascension – 2008. JUL. 29
  • IOS: Mass Effect Galaxy – 2009. JUN. 22
  • Comic: Mass Effect Redemption – 2010. JAN. 6
  • XBOX: Mass Effect 2 (+ DLCs) – 2010. JAN. 26
  • Comic: Mass Effect: Incursion – 2010. JUN. 21
  • Book: Mass Effect: Retribution – 2010. JUL. 27
  • Comic: Mass Effect: Inquisition – 2010. OCT. 24
  • Comic: Mass Effect: Evolution – 2011. JAN. 19
  • Comic: Mass Effect: Conviction – 2011. SEPT.
  • Comic: Mass Effect: Invasion – 2011. OCT. 19
  • Book: Mass Effect: Deception (Canon Inconsistency Correction Online) – 2012. JAN. 31
  • IOS: Mass Effect: Infiltrator – 2012. MAR. 6
  • XBOX: Masse Effect 3 (+ DLCs) – 2012. MAR. 6
  • Comic: Mass Effect: Homeworlds – 2012. APR. 25

Check for the full list of released DLC content.

All the Mass Effect 3 Endings

Obviously, spoilers ahead.

The Mass Effect 3 ending has been an ongoing fiasco for Bioware and they claim to have addressed player’s concerns with new DLC.

For context, and an excellent description as to why the ending needed to change watch this detailed video. It’s worth it, trust me.

Thanks to David!

I thought it would be worthwhile to catalog all the endings in case the dreaded ME3 ending gets talked about again.

The original and incredibly lame endings:

Basically, all the endings come down to just picking a colour:

Extended Cut Endings:

All the new endings feel like filler rather than something worth the wait.

New Refusal ending:




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