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  1. Fans will never get enough of Mass Effect 3, but the Leviathan DLC leaves us behind with some mixed feelings. Sure it's nice to once again step into the space shoes of commander Shepard, but since we know how it's going end, it all doesn't seem to matter as much. [October 2012, p.79]
  2. Oct 2, 2012
    A good buy for those who still have their copy but certainly not worth snapping up the game again for. [Issue#223, p.87]
  3. Aug 29, 2012
    The first real DLC for the controversial Mass Effect 3 is a two hours long adventure attempting to tell the story of one of the most important creatures in the main game. The plot is definitely better than the gameplay but why now and why so late?
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 32 Ratings

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  1. Aug 30, 2012
    A decent addition, realistically, they should have just included this as part of the main campaign instead of releasing it as a DLC. I agree with other reviewers, does not change the ending at all(apparently it adds a few lines to the Catalyst dialogue), but its nice to go back and play the game again after finishing it with something new. Only get if you're a big fan, I suppose that's when you get the most out of it. Nice expansion to the Reaper story, if not slightly confusing (looking at the theory in detail). Full Review »
  2. Oct 17, 2014
    This DLC maintains an atmosphere of mystery which the base game lacks. It feels like an investigation, although the clues are laid out in plain sight for the player. Ultimately, what entertains is the mysterious plot and the action sequences. Since the action is just like the rest of ME3, only the mystery is special. So if you like a mysterious atmosphere, and a plot structure that builds just like a Hollywood movie, all tied to the overall plot of the game, then Leviathan DLC expands the game well. I'd pick it over the less relevant Citadel DLC, which has more content but aims more for a side-story diversion. Full Review »
  3. Feb 19, 2013
    The Leviathan DLC for ME3 is a fun addition to the game, and gives added information about the primary antagonists of the entire series. Possibly could have been added to the game as a primary mission, however, the fact that it is DLC does not diminish its importance or fun. Full Review »