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Mass Effect was one of the most action-packed space odysseys we've ever experienced, and it has at least two sequels that look to up that ante in nearly every way. Whether you are new to the universe or an experienced explorer, feel free to pull up a chair
A Look At The Classes Of Mass Effect 3
Mass Effect has stuck to its class system from the beginning, and few changes seem in store for the third installment. Each class offers drastically different options for approaching combat, and with the addition of multiplayer, you know have the option of balancing these checks and balances against other people. Here's a look at some of the pros and cons of each class, and what we can expect from them in the upcoming multiplayer.
Adept: Adepts are the ultimate biotic powerhouse. Being fitted with L5x implants have turned you into a mental powerhouse, capable of crushing enemies with you mind.
Engineer: Engineers fill the role of nerdy techno whizzes. Robots, drones and even Geth are yours to dispose of, with myriad ways to confuse your foe.
Soldier: The ultimate fighting machine, Soldiers are built to do one thing: Shoot things. Wanna do that? Become a Soldier today!
Infiltrator: A blending of the Soldier and Engineering class, the Infiltrator is the class of choice for the pro sniper, while offering some significant advantages.
Sentinel: Created from a hybrid of Engineer and Adept DNA, the Sentinel is the only class that wields biotic and tech powers, making it a very versatile class.
Vanguard: For the aspiring biotic soldier, nothing beats the Vanguard. Thos in favor of up-close-and-personal combat need look no farther.
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