The new release bundles all three Mass Effect games in one sleek black N7 box. The original Mass Effect, which is playable on Sony's system for the first time, will also be available for download through PSN.
BioWare already detailed the DLC available on each platform: The "Bring Down the Sky" mission will be included with Mass Effect on the PS3, whether downloaded through PSN or within the Mass Effect Trilogy. The PC version of Mass Effect will include Bring Down the Sky and Pinnacle Station, while the Xbox 360 version will be just as it originally was when it launched back in 2007, sans that DLC and sky fully intact.
PS3, Xbox 360 and PC all get Cerberus Network with Mass Effect 2; however, on the PS3, it'll also include Lair of the Shadow Broker, Kasumi and Overlord. Finally, Mass Effect 3 will include Cerberus Network across all platforms, but not the most recent expansion, "Leviathan."
Info on Mass Effect 1 on PS3:
-NeoGAF users report that even the disc version requires a HDD install of 4,272MB or 4.2GB.
-NeoGAF user Rothgil stated:
TwitchTV streams (December 4, 2012) of users playing ME1 on PS3:
-lengthy install at the start
-I've had no texture pop-in or DREs which were really common on 360 and seen every now and then on PC.
-Saving takes a while
-Performance, save for the aforementioned textures and DREs, is about on par with 360 maybe smoother. It's been a while since I played that version.
Edited by johnnypark, 04 December 2012 - 10:52 PM.