Following the release of Portal 2 on Steam and home consoles came Geoff Keighley’s “The Final Hours of Portal 2" ($1.99) which, as mentioned in our news post on its release provided a really cool highly interactive look behind the scenes of the game’s development. Well, Keighley is at it again, this time with the recently released Mass Effect 3. “The Final Hours of Mass Effect 3" ($0.99) follows the same interactive magazine article approach as its Portal 2 predecessor, and provides a really cool behind the scenes look at the game’s development.
If you’re a Mass Effect fan, and you haven’t completely written off the series following the horrid ending of Mass Effect 3, you should give this app a look. New iPad owners should be aware that like most magazine-like apps out there right now, “The Final Hours of Mass Effect 3" has yet to be optimized for the Retina Display. Some text looks pretty pixelated compared to the ultra-crisp text found in Retina-ready apps.
Seriously though, that ending. Yeesh.