Now decide a man’s destiny via graphic novel.
While Bioware and EA managed to release Mass Effect 3 for the Wii U, which has been developed by Straight Right, the series is best experienced as a trilogy. That’s because many of your choices from the original games carry over into Mass Effect 3, deciding what party members you’ll have, who appears in what mission (thus affecting the overall amount of war assets you can accrue) and more. So how did they solve this problem, seeing as the first two games aren’t coming to the Wii U?
The answer is Mass Effect: Genesis II, an interactive graphic novel that allows players to make choices, forge romances and pretty much bring everything up to speed for Mass Effect 3. It has 12 plot points overall where the player will have to make their choice, and these range from whether to save the council or not in the first game, or to salvage the Collectors’ ship for the Illusive Man or not in the second game. Hit up Siliconera to see the full list of choices.
Mass Effect 3 is already available for Wii U.