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49. Re: Mass Effect 3 Ships; Review Roundup Mar 6, 2012, 13:34 The Half Elf
 
Hey Ray,
Planet Scanning IS in the game, but maybe 1 or 2 planets in a system need to be scanned (you scan the area and EDI tells you if there is something of interest). When that happens you go to the planet, hold down the left mouse button to scan, and just follow the pointer to a white spot that appears as you get close. Fire probe with right mouse button and all done. None of that nonsense from ME2.

As for the DLC, before with say ME2 you got this character that wasn't integral to the story, and could be totally ignored. The prothean from the DLC really does add to the back story of the Reapers, and so far has been very interesting to interact with.

Story wise, there is just a HUGE gaping hole between ME2 and the start of ME3. I'm not sure if that's due in part of The Arrival DLC for ME2 that I didn't play, but I really wanted to know what happened to the companions from ME2. As I really want to know what happened to Jack, Legion, Miranda, Jacob and Grunt.

And again so far they have thrown in every NPC you had some sorta mission with on the Citadel in ME1 in this game as well which is nice fan service.

Was I expecting ME3 to be the 'OMGWTFBBQ' I found Red Dead Redemption to be? No but it's very enjoyable even with it's quirks.
 
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