The Mass Effect Trilogy will be available on November 6 for the Xbox 360 and PC but up until now, we had no idea when it would arrive for the PS3.
Thankfully, now we do. BioWare has confirmed that the trio of fantastic sci-fi RPGs will hit Sony's console on December 4.
This means PS3 players finally get a chance to play the original Mass Effect , which never released for that system. Also, if you played the last two and would rather not purchase the entire Trilogy (which will retail for the standard $60), the first title will be available by itself on the PlayStation Network. We're not sure of the price, but we're fairly certain it'll be less than sixty bucks.
The PS3 version of the Mass Effect Trilogy will also have some great DLC, as we'll get the original ME's Bring Down the Sky content, and the Cerberus Network for ME2 (Kasumi, Overlord, and Lair of the Shadow Broker content). Lastly, don't forget that only the PS3 iteration of the first Mass Effect will feature significant improvements . This wouldn't be a bad item to add to your holiday wish list…
Related Game(s): Mass Effect Trilogy