Mass Effect: Andromeda is third-person action game that takes place roughly 400 years after the events of Mass Effect 3. The game features a new cast of characters, and adopts an open-world approach. Unfortunately, it was panned by critics at launch due to its performance issues. Despite that, BioWare managed to turn the game around, especially on Xbox One X, which was recently upgraded...
Mass Effect: Andromeda was supposed to be the definitive Mass Effect experience, as it moved towards an open-region structure. While the exploration and combat were great, the basic plot and performance issues heavily detracted from the experience.
Mass Effect: Andromeda may not have been the expansive and polished game fans were hoping for but it's still a good experience. EA Access members are in for a treat because they now get access to the Deluxe Edition through their subscription.
Mass Effect: Andromeda was supposed to be the definitive Mass Effect experience because it moved towards an open-region structure. While the exploration was great, the bugs and other issues marred the experience. The plot also went unresolved.
After spending hours (upon hours and hours) plugging away at Mass Effect: Andromeda, we came up with a final verdict. And though there's a lot to like about the game, it's also riddled with bugs and unfortunate shortcomings.