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I decided to give the game ten hours of my life. I set a goal of doing my legit best to avoid using external guides or hints and to hold off using internal explanations unless I felt lost. I’d experiment and explore, seeing what I could ascertain from the user interface and environment and making as much progress as I could by my wits alone.
Oof. Too bad Mass Effect is third-person. I find manipulating puppets unenjoyable. I play to be immersed for a while in another world, and watching myself move a figure through that world undercuts the entire purpose.
I have to say Mass Effect is the most immersive game I've ever played. I was able to precisely customize my character, and watch him interact with other people with very complex conversational interaction. I guess I never felt I was Commander Shepherd, but I did feel a personal connection with him, and that he was a real person with real feelings.
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