8 Times Mass Effect: Andromeda Completely Destroyed My Immersion During a Conversation

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It's been said, many times and many ways, but Mass Effect: Andromeda lacks polish. Previously, I have talked about how this has hurt the UI, scanning, and favorites system, but today I will share some of the bugs that have helped ensure that I am never engrossed in my conversations.

Mass Effect: Andromeda has some normal looking conversations, like the one above. The Salarian is looking at you, the camera is over your shoulder such that you can see him looking at you and see your Pathfinder looking back at him. The Turian in the background concentrates on the person talking as he naturally follows the conversation. It is tried and true, but it works well.

But all too often the game utterly fails in myriad ways. Cameras failing to frame conversations, characters looking the wrong direction, and clipping of all varieties are all present in spades. Following are some of my personal screenshots detailing the more egregious fails I've had with Mass Effect: Andromeda's conversation system.

Published Apr. 18th 2017

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