Shepard Commander, the galaxy needs you on Nintendo Switch


Shepard Commander, the galaxy needs you on Nintendo Switch

Ah, it seems like only yesterday that I went on a tyrannical rage over the fact that the Dragon Age trilogy is absent from Nintendo Switch. In that article, I explain why it makes no sense at all for Electronic Arts not to port it to Switch – it’s a guaranteed money maker. Well, today I’m taking a deeper look at something I couldn’t help but mention when discussing DA, and that’s Mass Effect.

Yes, the fact that the Mass Effect trilogy isn’t on Nintendo Switch is sacrilegious. It’s something that bothers me on a near daily basis. No, I’m not exaggerating. If you know how much I play those games, you’d understand why. Plus, Mass Effect 2 happens to be my favourite game of all time, and while I’d love to explain why, it’s not on Nintendo Switch and is therefore out of my jurisdiction. I’m only slightly bitter about that, can you tell?

Okay, let’s dive into what is perhaps the most obvious reason to put ME on Switch (besides the lovely revenue it’s bound to bring in). In 2021, players worldwide returned to the Normandy to join Commander Shepard once again on their quest to save the galaxy from the Reapers, thanks to the Mass Effect Legendary Edition, a remastered collection that features the first three games and all their DLC.

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