EGTV: More Mass Effect

Thieving monkeys exposed.

Back from the rim and duly debriefed, Commander Kristan deemed his voyage on Bioware's hype-powered 360 battlecruiser Mass Effect an impressive eight out of ten experience for sci-fi action-adventurers. You can join in the 'healthy post-review debate' right here, if you dare.

An additional option is to join us in the stalls as Eurogamer TV presents more from Commander Shepard's planet-hopping antics deeper into the game. We've action across three worlds for you today, including vehicular combat, a monstrous stand-off and, crucially, light-fingered monkeys.

Eurogamer.fr steps out onto the dusty planes of Edolus, answering a distress call from a fallen vehicle. Arrival at the scene proves this distress wasn't missplaced: say hello to the giant sand beast and a mighty battle.

Eurogamer.de, meanwhile, goes offroad on Feros. The videos shows-off vehicular action in your tasty six-wheeler, with that top-mounted gun proving just the thing when it comes to blowing stuff up in a hurry. Add in a peek at custscenes, with the impressive chat system in play, plus some hand-to-hand combat and we're smokin'.

Finally, beaming at you direct from this fair isle, is a stop-off at the toxic world of Eletania. The video shows how you drop into hostile terrain strapped into your vehicle. The mission is to find a relay, which involves searching a monkey colony from top-to-bottom. And the thieving simian in question loves a game of hide and seek.

Don't forget you can also view parts one, two and three of our exclusive video coverage of Mass Effect on Eurogamer TV now. And the full review is, of course, ready and waiting on Eurogamer.net.

Mass Effect is out on Xbox 360 in Europe this Friday.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Jump to comments (13)

About the author

Johnny Minkley

Johnny Minkley

Contributor

Johnny Minkley is a veteran games writer and broadcaster, former editor of Eurogamer TV, VP of gaming charity SpecialEffect, and hopeless social media addict.

Related

Digital FoundryBorderlands 3: what's up with console frame-rates?

Xbox One X and PS4 Pro's performance and resolution modes tested.

Digital FoundrySega Mega Drive Mini review: the best retro console yet?

Celebrating one of the most entertaining eras in gaming history.

Borderlands 3 is suffering from a raft of technical issues at launch

And players are turning to the Borderlands 2 Steam page for help.

FeatureArcade perfect: charting the often tortured journey of old school ports

From Pac-Man on Atari 2600 to Mortal Kombat on Mega Drive.

You may also enjoy...

Comments (13)

Comments for this article are now closed. Thanks for taking part!

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading