New Thoughts on Old DLC in Mass Effect Legendary Edition (Part 1 of 2)

Mass Effect’s DLC may not be new, but it was new to me when I got the Legendary Edition of the trilogy. So of course I had to write about my new adventures with Commander Shepard — in two parts (with part one here) — over on Virtual Bastion!


I recently completed what will surely be the first of many playthoughs of Mass Effect Legendary Edition, and let me just say, I am impressed. Granted, while its upgrades are notable (mostly within the first game), this remaster isn’t far flung from the original Mass Effect trilogy. Players still get to navigate their own Commander Shepards through thick and thin in multiple fast-paced, narrative-rich environments in an attempt to save the galaxy from total annihilation. For my first outing, I completed my first ever FemShep full renegade run, which, while emotionally exhausting at points (seriously, there were times when she was really mean), was no less exhilarating from beginning to end.

Beyond revisiting distant galaxies in Commander Shepard’s boots once again, the primary reason I chose to purchase the Legendary Edition was for the DLC. In all my years with the trilogy, other than the tacked-on ending BioWare added…

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