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Mass Effect is a science fiction media franchise developed by the Canadian company BioWare, composed of multi-platform video games and associated media. The core of the franchise is an eponymous trilogy of action role-playing third-person shooter video games, which follow Commander Shepard's mission to save the galaxy from a race of mechanical beings known as the Reapers. The Mass Effect franchise also includes three mobile games, each with a different gameplay style; four novels, written by Drew Karpyshyn and William C. Dietz; two art books; ten comic book series or mini-comics and their anthologies; an animated film; and eleven soundtrack albums or singles.

The video games have had high sales, with the last major game, Mass Effect 3, shipping over 3.5 million copies in its first week of release.[1] Reception of other media in the franchise has been mixed: the comics, such as Mass Effect: Redemption, have been praised for their writing, and novels such as Mass Effect: Revelation have been recommended to fans of the games; but Mass Effect: Deception was derided as inconsistent with the main trilogy.[2][3][4] The first game of the series was published in 2007, while the latest was published in 2012 and the latest piece of media is an ongoing comic book series. As of 2014, BioWare is currently working on a new, untitled Mass Effect game.[5]

Video games[edit]

Main trilogy[edit]

Title Details

Original release date(s):
Release years by system:
2007 – Xbox 360[6]
2008 – Microsoft Windows[7]
2012 – PlayStation 3[8]
Notes:
  • Bring Down the Sky (2008)[11]
  • Pinnacle Station (2009)[12]



Original release date(s):
Release years by system:
2010 – Microsoft Windows,[14] Xbox 360[13]
2011 – PlayStation 3[15]
Notes:
  • Developed by BioWare[13]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[13]
  • Additionally released as a part of the Mass Effect Trilogy compilation (2012)[10]
  • Expansions:



Original release date(s):
Release years by system:
2012 – Microsoft Windows,[25] PlayStation 3,[26] Wii U,[27] Xbox 360[23]
Notes:
  • Developed by BioWare;[23] Wii U port developed by Straight Right under the name Mass Effect 3: Special Edition[27]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[23]
  • Additionally released as a part of the Mass Effect Trilogy compilation (2012)[10]
  • Expansions:
  • From Ashes (2012)[28]
  • Extended Cut (2012)[29]
  • Leviathan (2012)[30]
  • Omega (2012)[31]
  • Citadel (2013)[32]


Other games[edit]

Title Details

Original release date(s):
  • WW June 22, 2009[33]
Release years by system:
2009 – iOS[33]
Notes:



Original release date(s):
  • WW March 6, 2012[34]
Release years by system:
2012 – Android,[35] iOS[34]
2013 – BlackBerry[36]
Notes:


Mass Effect: Datapad

Original release date(s):
  • WW March 13, 2012[37]
Release years by system:
2012 – iOS[37]
Notes:
  • Developed by BioWare[37]
  • Published by Electronic Arts[37]
  • Minigame companion app to Mass Effect 3[38]


Printed media[edit]

Books[edit]

Title Release date ISBN Media type Ref.
Mass Effect: Revelation May 1, 2007 978-0-345-49816-8 Novelization [39]
The Art of Mass Effect November 20, 2007 978-0-76155-851-4 Concept art [40]
  • Edited by Fernando Bueno
  • Published by Prima Games
  • Concept art and BioWare commentary on Mass Effect
Mass Effect: Ascension July 29, 2008 978-0-345-49852-6 Novelization [41]
  • Written by Drew Karpyshyn
  • Published by Del Rey Books
  • A sequel story to Mass Effect
Mass Effect: Retribution July 27, 2010 978-0-345-52072-2 Novelization [42]
  • Written by Drew Karpyshyn
  • Published by Del Rey Books
  • A sequel story to Mass Effect 2
Mass Effect: Deception January 31, 2012 978-0-345-52073-9 Novelization [43]
  • Written by William C. Dietz
  • Published by Del Rey Books
  • A sequel story to Mass Effect: Retribution
The Art of the Mass Effect Universe February 8, 2012 978-1-59582-768-5 Concept art [44]

Comics[edit]

Main article: Mass Effect (comic)
Title Release date(s) Media type Ref.
Mass Effect: Redemption January 6, 2010—April 7, 2010 Comic book series [45][46][47][48]
Mass Effect: Incursion June 21, 2010 Mini-comic [50]
  • Written by Mac Walters, art by Eduardo Francisco
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics for free online
  • An eight-page mini-comic set shortly before Mass Effect 2 featuring Aria T'Loak
Mass Effect: Inquisition October 24, 2010 Mini-comic [51]
  • Written by Mac Walters, art by Jean Diaz
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics for free online
  • An eight-page mini-comic set shortly after Mass Effect 2 featuring Armando-Owen Bailey
Mass Effect: Evolution January 19, 2011—April 20, 2011 Comic book series [52][53][54][55]
  • Written by Mac Walters and John Jackson Miller, art by Omar Francia
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics
  • A four-part mini-series prequel story to Mass Effect featuring Jack Harper (Illusive Man)
  • Released as a single book by Dark Horse Comics on September 21, 2011 (ISBN 978-1-59582-759-3)[56]
Mass Effect: Conviction September 1, 2011 Mini-comic [57]
  • Written by Mac Walters, art by Eduardo Francisco
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics for free digitally through select retailers
  • A ten-page mini-comic set before Mass Effect 3 featuring James Vega
Mass Effect: Invasion October 19, 2011—January 18, 2012 Comic book series [58][59][60][61]
  • Written by Mac Walters and John Jackson Miller, art by Omar Francia
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics
  • A four-part mini-series set after Mass Effect 2 featuring Aria T'Loak
  • Released as a single book by Dark Horse Comics on April 18, 2012 (ISBN 978-1-59582-867-5)[62]
Mass Effect: Homeworlds April 25, 2012—August 29, 2012 Comic book series [63][64][65][66]
  • Written by Mac Walters, art by Eduardo Francisco
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics
  • A four-part mini-series with each issue featuring backstory for a different Mass Effect 3 character
  • Released as a single book by Dark Horse Comics on November 7, 2012 (ISBN 978-1-59582-955-9)[67]
Mass Effect: Blasto - Eternity is Forever November 7, 2012 Mini-comic [68]
  • Written by Mac Walters, art by Omar Francia
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics
  • A fourteen-page mini-comic featuring Blasto, a fictional character featured in media inside the Mass Effect games
Mass Effect: He Who Laughs Best May 4, 2013 Mini-comic [69]
  • Written by Mac Walters, art by Garry Brown
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics as one section of their 2013 Free Comic Book Day comic
  • A ten-page mini-comic set before Mass Effect featuring Jeff "Joker" Moreau
Mass Effect Library Edition Volume 1 May 15, 2013 Anthology [70]
  • Written by Mac Walters, John Jackson Miller, Jeremy Barlow, Patrick Weekes, John Dombrow, and Sylvia Feketekuty
  • Art by Omar Francia, Eduardo Francisco, Chris Staggs, Garry Brown, and Jean Diaz
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics (ISBN 978-1-61655-111-7)
  • An anthology collection of almost all the comics to date, as well as several short stories
  • Includes Redemption, Incursion, Inquisition, Evolution, Conviction, Invasion, and Homeworlds
Mass Effect: Foundation July 24, 2013—July 23, 2014 Comic book series [71][72][73][74][75][76][77][78][79][80][81][82][83]
  • Written by Mac Walters (1–13) and Jeremy Barlow (11–13), art by Omar Francia (1), Tony Parker (2–4, 8–13), Matthew Clark (5, 6), and Garry Brown (7)
  • Published by Dark Horse Comics
  • A thirteen-part series with each issue featuring side events and perspectives to the main Mass Effect trilogy
  • The first eight issues have been released in two books by Dark Horse Comics on February 5, 2014 (ISBN 978-1-61655-270-1)[84] and June 4, 2014 (ISBN 978-1-61655-349-4),[85] and the remaining five issues are scheduled to be released in a third book by Dark Horse Comics on November 5, 2014 (ISBN 978-1-61655-488-0)[86]

Film[edit]

Title Release date Media type
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost November 29, 2012 Anime

Soundtracks[edit]

Title Release date Release type Ref.
Mass Effect: Original Soundtrack November 20, 2007 Album [90]
Mass Effect 2: Original Video Game Score January 19, 2010 Album [91]
  • Composed by Jack Wall, Sam Hulick, David Kates, Jimmy Hinson, Brian DiDomenico
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 27 tracks on two discs with a duration of 2:55:59
Mass Effect 2: Atmospheric September 7, 2010 Mini-album (digital only) [92]
  • Composed by Jack Wall
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 9 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 20:45
Mass Effect 2: Combat October 5, 2010 Mini-album (digital only) [93]
  • Composed by Jack Wall
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 14 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 33:48
Mass Effect 2: Kasumi's Stolen Memory November 30, 2010 Mini-album (digital only) [94]
  • Composed by Sacha Dikiciyan and Cris Velasco
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 4 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 10:21
Mass Effect 2: Lair of the Shadow Broker December 14, 2010 Mini-album (digital only) [95]
  • Composed by Chris Lennertz
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 7 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 12:33
Mass Effect 2: Overlord December 14, 2010 Mini-album (digital only) [96]
  • Composed by Chris Lennertz
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 4 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 6:30
Mass Effect 3: Original Soundtrack April 24, 2012 Album [97]
  • Composed by Sam Hulick, Clint Mansell, Chris Lennertz, Cris Velasco, Sascha Dikiciyan, and Faunts
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 23 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 1:03:24
Mass Effect 3: Extended Cut August 12, 2012 Mini-album (digital only) [98]
  • Composed by Sam Hulick and Clint Mansell
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 7 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 16:57
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost Original Motion Picture Score November 13, 2012 Album [99]
  • Composed by Joshua Mosley and David Kates
  • Published by Funimation
  • 27 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 1:09:28
Mass Effect 3: Citadel August 8, 2013 Mini-album (digital only) [100]
  • Composed by Sam Hulick, Cris Velasco, and Sascha Dikiciyan
  • Published by Electronic Arts
  • 20 tracks on a single disc with a duration of 31:05

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