In the midst of tests, quizzes, late night study sessions, and planning for Spring break, it’s often nice to pull away from school work & get lost in entertainment.
There is a lot of entertainment out there to choose from, but at the end of the day it’s nice to curl up in a chair, sit way too close to the television, and play video games. I happen to be a girl gamer, so I spend a lot of my free time relaxing and playing my Ps3. I mean shopping is always a great relief, but video games speak to my inner geek. I think all of us have a inner geek, but it’s up to us in whether we feed into that aspect of our personality or shy away from it.
For those of you who have no problem admitting you’re a geek, then you might want to head to your local game store and pick up Mass Effect 3. The game is the third in a series that has been captivating sci-fan enthusiasts for years. It’s a great game for any college student that has interest in space, as well as physics. It’s one of those games that seamlessly combines action with RPG elements, and you find yourself getting wrapped up into it for hours.
You can easily get caught up into the action, or perhaps the in-depth character stories, potential romance, and the fear of not being able to save humanity against the Reapers as they take over earth. Mass Effect 3 is a game that has the action, the sci-fi, and the interactive elements that will speak to a variety of gamers. Whether you play as a female Commander Shepard or male, you’ll find yourself getting entrenched in the high-octane action that the third game in the series brings. It’s up to you to “Take Back Earth” and save humanity. Every decision you do or don’t make has an impact on the fate of humanity. If that doesn’t catch your attention, then at least the amazing graphics & action will keep you occupied. But if you’re a geek, then you’ll love Mass Effect 3.
So if you’re looking for something to do in your free time, you might seriously want to consider playing Mass Effect 3. It hit shelves March 6th for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. There is still time for you to head over to your local game store, pick up a copy, and “Take Back Earth.” So what are you waiting for? The fate of humanity depends on you! Okay, not necessarily. But it never hurts to be a geek & take the lessons you learn from the game and maybe apply them to life. If all else fails, you can always impress your science teacher with some Mass Effect knowledge. The game does involve science & space, so you’re learning something. 🙂
For more information on Mass Effect 3 visit the official site. http://masseffect.com/agegate/?url=%2F