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Mass Effect 3: the swan song of Commander Shepard
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Mass Effect 3: the swan song of Commander Shepard

Mass Effect 3 will put an end to a fantastic trilogy, but BioWare does not deny that, sooner or later the players will be able to return to the familiar universe. Mass Effect 3 will put an end to a fantastic trilogy, but BioWare does not deny that, sooner or later the players will be able to return to the familiar universe. Here are Commander Shepard they are there they meet

Mass Effect 3 will put an end to a fantastic trilogy, but BioWare does not deny that, sooner or later the players will be able to return to the familiar universe. Here are Commander Shepard they are there they meet. This was in an interview with PC Gamer said producer Michael Gamble. He confirmed that in Mass Effect 3 story Shepard has been completed, and more we never see. It is still only guess what will happen with Shepard in the final Mass Effect 3. Perhaps the hero will die, even though the writers can come up with BioWare and many other ways once and for all to complete the story of Shepard. It only remains to be patient, because before the third part of Mass Effect is just six months. Tags: Mass Effect

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