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Mass Effect Trilogy Infographic Reveals Bizarre, Amazing & Frankly Depressing Stats

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Jonathan Lester
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BioWare, Fifty Shades Of Garrus, Mass Effect 3, Wrex

Mass Effect Trilogy Infographic Reveals Bizarre, Amazing & Frankly Depressing Stats

Thanks to the joy of metrics and achievements, BioWare has corralled an infographic to show how players decided to approach the now-complete Mass Effect trilogy.

The results are a mixed bag of good decisions and seriously poor judgement. Check it out... and let us know how you measure up... below.

There's a lot to pore over here: from poor old Kaidan being the least popular character with the lowest life expectancy, to the enormous percentage of players who went with the 'Soldier' class as opposed to a more specialised build. Thankfully only 4% of us opted to put a bullet through Mordin's skull, which gives us hope for humanity.

Sadly, a staggering 64% of us never managed to meet Wrex in Mass Effect 3 - either because we failed to save him in the original game or simply didn't play it in the first place. If the former is true, we feel your pain, friend. Otherwise, we're not sure why you'd start a trilogy by going straight into the second or third chapter. Seriously, what's wrong with you?

Anyway, let us know how you dealt with Mass Effect's tough decisions in the comments.

Mass Effect Trilogy Infographic Reveals Bizarre, Amazing & Frankly Depressing Stats

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CaptainWest  Mar. 26, 2013 at 14:38

Well of course Vega had a high survival rate. It's hard to die when you spend your time sitting in the Cargo bay because you never get taken on missions...

Breadster  Mar. 26, 2013 at 16:41

Well of course Vega had a high survival rate. It's hard to die when you spend your time sitting in the Cargo bay because you never get taken on missions...


I genuinely don't remember who Vega is so I guess that says a lot about how interesting they were. I'm assuming it was the generic marine grunt type dude that's with you from the start. In any case, I did meet Wrex in ME3 so I was happy about that.

Mass Effect 1 is still probably my favourite. 2 felt like all you were doing was trying to get everyone to like you so they didn't die at the end, and the third one has some great moments but it felt like it had gone even further down the third person shooter route, losing more of it's RPG-ness. The whole galactic readiness thing was pointless as well. If you played a bit of the multiplayer it would just be maxed out anyway.

There was something else about ME3 that was really annoying as well but I can't think what it was...

Late  Mar. 27, 2013 at 11:36

I do like it when companies release infographics like this. Give us more! I find it fascinating to see how my gameplay differed to others' - especially when it highlights that you didn't do something that you didn't actually realise until now it was possible to do.

I loved the Walking Dead one posted on here a while back, showing which NPCs are with each player at a certain point near the end of the game.

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