Mass Effect: Andromeda has a very bad score on both Metacritic both from users and critics. It has a score of 71% from critics and 4.9 out of 10 from users on Metacritic. But when you play the game, I am sure you are going to like it.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is like a reboot version of the original Mass Effect trilogy that ended in 2012. This new game has featured a new protagonist and with him a whole new crew that is set to explore the space. This game event has been set in a whole new galaxy. This game just shot for the star in both ways, literally and in terms of the scale.
The new protagonist is named Ryder, and you will be playing as him. The main aim for you in the game is to find the humanity in a new home in the Andromeda galaxy. Your role is of a Pathfinder who needs to explore different planets, collect resources, fight with other alien species and find missing ships of other aliens who are of planets of Milky Way galaxy.
Mass Effect: Andromeda has almost everything from the previous versions of the game, but things are not all just good. Yes, there are things that attach the players, but there are also a lot of flaws in the game as well.
Humans look like they are made up of plastic with faces that look tired, and they stare like aliens while speaking the dialogues. The texture sometimes just doesn’t match either. It is high or low; to sum it up, the visuals of the game are just bad, but that’s not the worst part of the game.
The main problem is just the game itself; it doesn’t run properly, sometimes you need to restart the game just to do a task like calling for extraction. Fighting is also very slogged at higher levels; you will just like wet paper in front of enemies, which look much stronger. Many things just seem a bit slower, but yet you will enjoy the game. Certainly not as much as other games with everything intact, but there is fun playing it.