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This review is from: Mass Effect: Game of the Year Edition Xbox 360 Game
Pros: I bought this recently to replay it, as my friend lost my original copy.
I also previously bought seperately the first DLC package that comes contained in this 'Game of the Year' Edition.
This game is an absolute steal to be added to your collection, especially if you pick it up on sale ($15). It contains a large amount behind the scenes content (documentaries on the vision, creation, art, etc. of Mass Effect), a total of 18 new gamer pictures, the DLC packs for the game, Premium Xbox Theme, the Soundtrack, and Concept Art Galleries with commentary from the artists.
All of this bonus content is contained on the second disc, while the entire game is stored on the first disc.
This game created a very rich and interesting universe, I would recommend this to anyone who has yet to try Mass Effect, or is looking to replace a damaged or lost copy.
Cons: None. It has everything I could want.
Other Thoughts: (Side note: If you have played Mass Effect 2/3, but not the first one, be warned that there is much more RPG-focused elements in this game, and the combat can be clunky when compared to the sequels.)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fantastic RAM. Good price for the RAM, well-built, does everything it's supposed to. Looks good.
Other Thoughts: Blue Matches my Asus M5A97 Mobo and Blue LEDs.
Running this with:
CPU: FX-6100 3.3GHz (Auto-Boosted to 3.6GHz)*
Motherboard: Asus M5A97
GPU: HD Radeon 5770
RAM: <See Above>
Power Supply: Logisys 575W
Optical Drive: Asus 24X DVD-RW
HDD: Hitatchi 500GB 3.0gbs 7200RPM
Case: Cooler Master 430 Elite
*Using an Antec Kuhler 620 Liquid Cooling System
This review is from: LOGISYS Computer PS575XBK 575W ATX12V SLI Ready Power Supply
Pros: ** This is an update to my previous review (a week or two ago)**
Power supply still running fine. Updated specs below:
CPU: AMD FX-6100 (3.6GHz)
GPU: Radeon HD 5570
Mobo: Asus M5A97
RAM: 16GB (4x4GB) Corsair Vengeance 1600
Power Supply: <See above>
HDD: 500GB Hitachi 7200RPM (3.0Gbs)
Optical Drive: Asus 24x DVD-RW
Case: Cooler Master Elite 430
Also added an after market liquid cooler, Antec Kuhler 620, and I've added a review for that as well. (Good product for the price)
Everything seems to pretty much be going to plan.
Cons: I had an issue on two difference occasions where my system would randomly just shut down, without any kind of warning. I originally had this placed in the bottom of my case with one fan pointed down (through the "vent" at the bottom) and one pointed out the back. I was told this would be fine, but this is my first system, so that coul be totally incorrect. Once I unplugged everything and swap it so the fan orginally pointed down faced the middle of the case, the problem has yet to occur again. This makes me assume it had something to do with the power supply.
Other Thoughts: Took off an egg because it seems the power supply gave me a bit of trouble. Since I change it's orientation it's been running golden though.READ FULL REVIEW