The Extended Cut DLC adds to the story, showing the payoff of your final decisions in such a way that you will never go back to “pick your favorite color” ever again.
Even before you press a single button, it is clear that Mass Effect 3 is going to be very different from Mass Effect 2. Gone is the title screen’s stirring music. Gone is the grandiose idle menu cutscene full of action and danger.
In its place is one of the most sober pieces of music imaginable. No cutscenes. No bombast. No firefights. Just a sad song playing while a planet burns and what seem to be meteorites burn up entering a planet’s atmosphere.
Remember when I mentioned the major shift in music from Mass Effect to Mass Effect 2?
Well, Mass Effect 3 switched it up again.
Mass Effect had to establish a universe, set almost 200 years in the future, where humanity was the newcomer. We are galactic infants and the music needed to show some sense of wonder and possibility. Jack Wall and Sam Hulick
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