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Mass Effect: Infiltrator


Price: $6.99 - Download from iTunes
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: IronMonkey Studios
Size: 647 MB


Infiltrator is a completely original and separate Mass Effect storyline created by the developers behind the amazing Dead Space iOS title. Instead of playing as Commander Shepard, you take the role of Randall Ezno, a Cerberus Operative gone rogue. Fair warning: This isn't the Mass Effect you know and love. The story is almost non-existent, and the controls take a lot of getting used to. But hey, it looks amazing and the ending has to be better than Mass Effect 3's, right?



 


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