Over the years there have been numerous attempts to successfully adapt video games into feature films, and they usually leave fans of the video games disappointed. The film typically looks nothing like the world depicted in the video game, and the same can be said for the characters. There are also time and budget restraints when it comes to film making. This means that many of the elements and situations that fans of the game expect to see in the film probably will not make it through. In this case, even the original movie writer stated that the game was too difficult to adapt into a film.
No, Mass Effect: Andromeda is not worth seeing. This movie is based on a violent action role-playing third-person shooter video game. These video games are widely enjoyed by many disturbed young men who go on to perpetrate thoughtless acts of violence like the mass shooting of children in Newtown, Connecticut.
Mass Effect: Andromeda appeals to a very small group of fans. If you're not into that kind of animation and if you don't follow that genre, that movie probably won't do very much for you. It's only for people who like that animation, and not for people looking for something to do on a Friday night.
With the increase of technology inevitably finding its way into cinematic production, movie makers are eager to produce films that were previously unimaginable to create in any type of realistic aesthetics. Comic books and fantasy films based off of actual books have forged a pathway to credence in this new era of CGI. Video games, based films, on the other hand, have not garnered the same critical nor box office success as of yet. Unfortunately, it seems the goal of these filmmakers is to reproduce the video game itself, just with real, live people portraying these characters, giving little effort to dialogue, characters, or storyline. I doubt Mass Effect: Andromeda will provide anything different.