The main point that The Assembly let’s itself down is that it is really short. A game costing as much as it does should have extended the playtime by a few more hours. It took me just over 3 hours to finish and that was with me taking my time to explore every nook and cranny of the game. When it was over I didn’t expect it would be over that quickly. I didn’t want it to be over.
In conclusion multiplayer at its core is good but some serious overhauls are needed to be made, especially in regards to the Faction war, matchmaking and game modes. The story aspect of the game is fantastic, it is both engaging and fun to play, with lots of colourful characters to meet along the way.
Overall I would defiantly recommend Mass Effect Andromeda as the story, the characters and the multiplayer draw you in and ensure that your stay in the galaxy is as action packed as possible. Even though some of the graphics leave a lot to be desired, even looking slightly worse than its 2012 predecessor Mass effect 3, the adventure and the exploration is more than enough to make up for it.
Undoubtedly Blood Bowl 2 is a very unique game that really has no other similar games to compare it with, but it is a fantastic mashup of two games. The level of detail in the game is a great aspect that will have you admiring all the characters in the game including your opposition