The lights are on
If you subscribe to Game Informer, you’ve already seen the screenshots from our Mass Effect 3 blowout. However, we can only fit so many images into 12 pages, so today everyone gets a look at two never-before-seen shots of Mass Effect 3 in action.
Both of the screens highlight Commander Shepard fighting Cerberus forces on the Salarian homeworld (click to enlarge).
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Can't wait to take out Cerberus on Mass Effect 3. Seems like new screenshots will be released little by little.
I think I just creamed my pants.
God, the environments look as smooth as butter; I can see myself firing that unholy cannon of steel in the Fall (WHICH CAN NOT COME SOON ENOUGH).
Not sure if I like Cerberus' stylists. They look like refrigerators with helmets and shotguns.
Cerberus agents remind me of those droids from Star Wars; the ones with no aim and the deadliness of a caterpillar. Maybe Bioware is trying to tell us something about these enemies?
No way! Sick!!
Sigh...just can't wait to set foot on the Salarian homeworld =).
Fantastic. Just breathtakingly fantastic.
I hope you get to use the stuff you payed for in me2
wow awesome!!! it looks really good!!
I want now!!! Seriously though, I'm so excited for this game to come out whenever the official date is and get to finally play what the end I've been working towards since the original came out. I won't be mad one bit if my Shepard dies to save the universe =) Hope the story is just as great as it's been the last two games! =)
Count me as even more excited for ME3.
maybe we'll finally get to see some female salarians, krogan, turians etc ..
Great, so now NOT blowing up the Collector station at the end of ME2 is gonna *** me. I honestly saw "Cerberus as the bad guys" coming, but I felt blowing up the station was just too obvious of a choice. I thought BioWare might have had a more intricate plot lined up.