Mass Effect 3: Citadel Crack Plus Serial Key

Mass Effect 3: Citadel When a sinister conspiracy targets Commander Shepard, you and your team must uncover the truth, through battles and intrigue that range from the glamour of the Citadel's Wards to the top-secret Council Archives. Uncover the truth and fight alongside your squad - as well as the cast from the original Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2, including Urdnot Wrex!
Download Mass Effect 3: Citadel Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
User rating
Downloads 3983
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / BioWare
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Mass Effect 3: Citadel reviews ( 7 )

krikaoli, Apr 29, 2013

The only con of this game is that it is not infinite, it ends! The story is very involving, the gameplay is awesome, the same goes to graphics and soundtrack.

benjaminavatar, Mar 7, 2013

A fantastic DLC. it so sad that its the last DLC. I loved Citadel. I never laughed so much here. The humor was fantastic, the comments of my team on the missions was fantastic. The party was totally funny. One of the best parts was the story twist of my arch nemesis and Wrex and Grunt on my party. :D

kloborgg, Mar 5, 2013

I don't know how anyone can say this is "2 hours". The DLC is split into two parts. First part plays out as a combat mission similar to Omega, though much better for a variety of reasons. The story of that part is rather odd (but I certainly wouldn't call it predictable), but I like it because the moral its telling is very fitting. However, after finishing the well done mission section, you have a secondary, more relaxed "party" element which can take just as long (if not longer), which allows you to spend meaningful time with all surviving members of your squad (and even some of those who haven't survived). This part is surprisingly fleshed out and a helluva lot of fun, especially given it takes place in a single apartment. What made ME2 so great was its focus on your squad, and this DLC delivers what ME3 was sorely lacking. You come away from this DLC feeling melancholy, but satisfied. The last line in particular was very moving, because it really folds up the entire trilogy as a whole. I was one of those who was sorely disappointed with ME3's ending and not entirely satisfied with the Extended Cut, but for a final DLC, this doesn't disappointed. This is easy ME3's best DLC and worth every penny to a Mass Effect fan. Even if you feel like you want to boycott EA, I would consider this. Unlike Omega or Leviathan, you really can't get everything out of this DLC without playing as your own Shepard. Enjoy.

angrygnat, Dec 9, 2013

I really enjoyed ME3. The entire trilogy really. I had heard about Citadel for several months, waiting for it to drop a little in price. It never did, so finally I had to bite the bullet. I'm glad I did. Citadel try's really hard to be funny, and for the most part they succeed. If a person takes their time and really digs into this DLC they will find 3-4 hours of really solid game play. This is 100% fan service, so if you're lukewarm to the series you may not find it as satisfying as I did, but there's still plenty to enjoy. It ties up some lose ends, explains others in more depth. After 5 years you really felt an attachment to these characters, and it was interesting to see them outside of their combat roles. Citadel augments the ending to the Mass Effect trilogy very well.

silverwolf12711, Apr 28, 2013

I have been a long time Mass Effect Fan, and am glad to see it sent off by bioware in a good manner. The DLC has an alright story and (obviously) has gameplay identical to that of ME3, but where citadel really shines is in its Fan service (as a good thing) and the time to reunite with all the old characters we have got to know and love in the ME universe. Most of the characters from the games make and appearance, provided they didn't die before, and in the end the dlc ends with a nice party scene reminiscing on all the crazy things Shepard and his/her squad have gone through This DLC can't be seen for more than it is, which is a happy good bye to the Mass Effect franchise, and in that sense it truly shines.

DeadSilent, Jun 3, 2013

I was expecting a little more than a simple relaxation quest. This is simply not worth the money or time unless you wish to return to the game after have already beaten it. Even so, I suggest just replaying the whole Mass Effect series than playing through Citadel.

Dunkare, Aug 27, 2013

This DLC is plain bad. It's full of horribly bad humor and forced puns and destroys all the atmosphere of the game. All the characters suddenly trade their personality for lame one liners. And the story of the whole thing is far-fetched as well. But worst is, there is no escape. I wished for a quick exit the whole time, but if you want to continue the real game, you have to play through the complete DLC. What a waste of time I seriously regret I bought this crap. If you haven't yet, don't. Just don't.