Mass Effect, Volume 3: Invasion

Mass Effect, Volume 3: Invasion

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Overview

Mass Effect 2 & 3 lead writer Mac Walters returns with an essential story from BioWare's massively anticipated video game Mass Effect 3!

The Omega space station is the center of lawlessness in the galaxy, a den of vice ruled by the deadly asari Aria. It is also a strategic foothold in a galaxy-wide power struggle, and when the station comes under attack from a new threat unleashed by the humanity-first organization Cerberus, Aria is forced to become more ruthless than ever to protect her home—and her dominion!

* An essential lead-in to the most anticipated game of 2012!

* Over 7 million games sold!

* Includes a story from Mac Walters previously only available online!

"The book stays true to everything we know and love about the Mass Effect games." —VGChartz

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781621151234
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publication date: 04/17/2012
Series: Mass Effect Series
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
Sales rank: 919,530
File size: 60 MB
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Mass Effect, Volume 3: Invasion 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having read all the books, played all three games and now, the graphic novel series - I still can't get enough Mass Effect! I hope to see more of these come out, perhaps back stories of some of the game characters (like Jack, for example). If you are a Mass Effect fan, I highly recommend this. It fills in the back story so well and blends seamlessly into the start of the third game.
Melanie_McCullough on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
It's no surprise that I thought this one was awesome. I love Mass Effect. I love everything to do with Mass Effect. I play it more for the character interaction and amazing story line than anything else. And Aria T'Loak is a character that I enjoyed while playing the game. So when I saw this baby appear on Netgalley I knew I had to have it. I played Mass Effect 3 prior to reading Invasion, so I knew from conversations with Aria that something had happened to her control of the Omega space station. However, it was never made clear exactly what transpired. This is where Invasion comes in. It fills in the gaps between the end of Mass Effect 2 and the point where you encounter Aria in Mass Effect 3. I loved seeing a story from Aria's point of view. She is definitely an intriguing character and Invasion gives the reader or gamer a little bit of insight into her character. I don't know much about art, but I'm a comic book and graphic novel fan and the art work in Invasion was incredible, staying true to the characters and alien races I've come to know and love through playing the video game. I also enjoyed seeing Omega. I love Omega by the way. I was poisoned there once by a Batarian. Ah, good times.Overall, an amazing read and a great tie-in for those who love the Mass Effect games as much as I do.