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Mass Effect has gone gold

Mass Effect has officially gone gold according to a press release today from Microsoft and BioWare Corp. The statement also revealed that the game will be available in a limited “Collector’s Edition” flavor AND anyone who pre-orders the game will receive an exclusive bonus disc while supplies last (U.S. only).

The Collector’s Edition of Mass Effect will contain the following:

* A “Mass Effect fiction book titled “Galactic Codex: Essentials”

* A 36-page guide to the “Mass Effect” universe, including a Citadel timeline and a guide to all non-human races, biotics and the key locations in the Perseus arm of the galaxy

* An additional “Mass Effect” art book titled “A Future Imagined”

* A 36-page collection of BioWare’s concept art for the game

* A bonus DVD of exclusive “Mass Effect” background material and additional content including:

* “The Vision of “Mass Effect” documentary

* “The Making of “Mass Effect” documentary

* “Interactive Storytelling” documentary

* “Inside BioWare” documentary

* 18 “Mass Effect” themed gamer pics (three unique sets of six)

* 16 dashboard themes (four unique sets of four)

* Ten songs from the “Mass Effect” soundtrack

* Five historical “Mass Effect” trailers from X05 through E3 2007 and the official TV trailer

* A demo for Blue Dragon and videos for Lost Odyssey, Halo 3 and Halo Wars

* Design galleries featuring 600 concept images fully commented by the Art Directors

The pre-order bonus disc contains:

* A short documentary on DVD introducing the game

* 12 “Mass Effect” themed gamer pics (two unique sets of six)

* Eight dashboard themes (two unique sets of four)

* Three songs from the “Mass Effect” soundtrack on a CD

* Four historical “Mass Effect” trailers from X05 through E3 2007 on DVD

* A demo for Blue Dragon and videos for Lost Odyssey, Halo 3 and Halo Wars

For more information on Mass Effect, be sure to visit the official game website at www.masseffect.com.

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October 22, 2007 - Posted by | Games, Gaming websites

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