Generally favorable reviews- based on 81 Ratings
Mar 10, 2013Mass Effect 3 Citadel dlc is the best dlc for this game. It brings back all crewmembers from the previous games and you tackle the mostMass Effect 3 Citadel dlc is the best dlc for this game. It brings back all crewmembers from the previous games and you tackle the most hilarious 4 hours of the Mass Effect Trilogy. Everything from Wrex talking about his new sex life to grunts drunken citadel rampage. You fight a new group of mercs and get to keep their toys as well as some new weapons and armor. Whether you're hanging out in the arcade or dropping credits in the casino there will always be something to do to get you away from the war. Throw a party for your crew while you reminisce on past events from the trilogy. Urdnot Wrex is the coolest mother f*er in the history of videogames and he proves it to you when he rejoins your squad for this last great adventure of the Mass Effect Trilogy. All in all the Mass Effect 3 Citadel dlc is the best way to truly have fun with the characters you love and in the words of Commander Shepard "The best."… Full Review »
Apr 26, 2013This was by far the best DLC, and arguably one of best missions of the series, and extremly entertaining with many easter eggs. It broughtThis was by far the best DLC, and arguably one of best missions of the series, and extremly entertaining with many easter eggs. It brought much needed closure to the final story tying up many remaining loose ends that the extended cut did not. It is also very commical and a great last mission with your crew. Not giving all the cool parts away, i can say we get a ME1 style assault rifle (inf ammo) which i love. worth every penny.… Full Review »
May 2, 2014Remember all those squadmates that you wish you could have had by your side in Mass Effect 3?
The Citadel DLC allows all/most of your oldRemember all those squadmates that you wish you could have had by your side in Mass Effect 3?
The Citadel DLC allows all/most of your old allies to return, and with little mention of the dark Reaper war raging on, the tone of this is a lot different. It has a villain that you love to hate, and the party that you get to throw makes you wish that you could replay it over and over again.
From EDI cooking curry to Liara and James arguing over biotics, this whole DLC is filled with Bioware's utmost care.
They should be proud of the universe they have created, and if you are going to get one of the Mass Effect 3 DLCs, get this one.… Full Review »