Mass Effect Trilogy compilation coming November 6th

If you have been sitting on the sidelines wondering what all the fuss is about with BioWare's Mass Effect series, the developer and publisher Electronic Arts will soon make it easy for everyone to get all three games at once.

BioWare has announced that Mass Effect Trilogy, a compilation of all three games in the acclaimed sci-fi action-RPG franchise, will be released to retail stores for $59.99 on November 6th in a new, and nice looking, box on five disks.

PC owners will be happy to know that much of the DLC content created for all three games will be available for the Mass Effect Trilogy release. BioWare states:

On PC, Mass Effect will include Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station on disk. For Mass Effect 2, Cerberus Network will be included which features Zaeed – The Price of Revenge, The Firewalker Pack, Cerberus Assault Gear, Arc Projector heavy weapon, and Normandy Crash site mission. For Mass Effect 3, Online Pass will be included granting players access to co-op multiplayer.

If you happen to have save games from one or two of the Mass Effect titles, they will be compatible with the games in the Mass Effect trilogy box set. BioWare adds,  "Mass Effect 3 multiplayer is also compatible across different versions."

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will get this ... love them all (last one for the MP mostly, as I feel the story was cut short ... so much more could have been implemented in it ... sooooooooo much more ... like ME3 part 1 and Part 2 ... epic battle ... oh well

I hated ME3 for the first couple of months because the Origin version crashed on me on two or three missions/plantes, while a pirated version worked flawlessly. Also i got a deal when i got half off on both ME games on Steam making them about 17$.

How in the High Heabens can the ME2 disc not include Overlord and Shadow Broker DLC when the PS3 owners got them all on the disc when their version was released?! Sense this does not make!

Good news for me, always wanting to but never getting around to purchasing the series.
So a neat "all in one" package @ $60 is a brilliant grab.

Would have gotten in an instant if it included ALL DLC. As an owner of all three games and some of the DLC they won't be able to milk me here.