Poll: Do You Want To See More Mass Effect Sequels?

By Mark Delaney, 6 days ago
Happy Friday TA! Last week's poll asked for your early take on Red Dead Redemption 2. The majority answered that they aren't yet playing but want to (33%) or that they are playing it and love it so far (27%). 15% said they're not interested in playing it at all, while another 15% said they're liking it but not loving it. As someone who is now in Chapter VI, I'd be curious to re-run this exact poll a week or two from now and get people's more detailed thoughts after several more hours played, but don't worry, I won't repeat myself like that. I saw in the comments that some of our readers have cowboy fatigue.

This week, we're looking at another game that recently got a sequel, though it had just a fraction of the success that Rockstar's sequel has received. A few days ago it was November 7th, better known as N7 Day for Mass Effect fans. In a video celebrating the series, BioWare teased that we've not yet seen the last of the Mass Effect franchise. However, after the reception for Andromeda, one may wonder how strong the desire is for more games in the series.

Mass Effect: Andromeda March screens 19

What do you think? Do you welcome another go at this expansive universe or do you find the original trilogy and Andromeda to be enough of the world in video game form? Sound off in this week's poll!

Check out our Best Xbox RPGs Available in 2017 article for a compilation of other great games in this genre.
Do you want BioWare to make more Mass Effect sequels?
  • Yes, absolutely!47.93% (1052)
  • Maybe, it depends on the premise17.68% (388)
  • I don't care either way19.32% (424)
  • No, they should just leave it alone13.49% (296)
  • Other1.59% (35)
We've had 2195 responses.
Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. He's the Editorial Manager on TA, loves story-first games, and is the host of the community game club TA Playlist. Outside of games he likes biking, sci-fi, the NFL, and spending time with his family. He almost never writes in the third person.