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Mass Effect Galaxy hits the App Store


11:00 AM on 06.23.2009
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Mass Effect Galaxy has (finally) hit the App Store. The comic-style game is priced at around five bucks and promises to give players a peek at two of the characters that will appear in Mass Effect 2, as well as give “deeper insight into their motivations” inside the game’s universe.

We haven’t had the chance to play the game yet (that will definitely happen this afternoon), but it appears to be a top-down shooter judging from the non-comic style image available on the App Store. The style makes sense: the game’s star, Jacob Taylor, is a rough and tumble dude. Bionics isn’t his specialty.

Have any of you tried this yet? We’re relying on you guys to fill us in. We've been excited about this title for awhile.

[via Eurogamer]






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