Mass Effect 2
A Mature Star Wars
A really awsome game! The story is really deep and the characters are awsome! With so many side missions and interactions, this will take a while to complete. Tons of fun and very detailed. Almost feels like an interactive movie. Very fun, very suspenseful, very violent. Just the kind of game I look for! Happy Gaming!
these game is long and fun
these game is slow but its fun
it has side mission and everything you want in a role playing game
it has a long story line but it becomes boring though
One of the greatest games of our generation
A game like this consumes every second of your life. Seriously. Mass Effect 2 continues to expand on the already gigantic sci fi universe of the first game. Be prepared to let go of all responsibility in your life as you shoot up Collectors and mercs in this intricately designed game. You'll get to play either a female or male Commander Shepard, brought back to kick Reaper butt. Just a warning, you need to have played the first game in order to truly enjoy this game. Mass Effect 2 is a massive improvement over the first game, with updated graphics and gameplay. Though the overall textures look slightly smoother on the 360 version, the shadowing and lighting compensate for the loss. Either way, it won't ruin the experience anyway. The environments are extremely varied, with lush jungle landscapes to the haunting organic textures of a Collector ship hull. The overall presentation hooks you in and stubbornly holds on. One thing Mass Effect 1 suffered from was the inconsistent cover system and clunky shooting mechanics. All of that was redone drastically to ease gameplay and make it more intuitive. Which brings up the subject of guns. You'll get lots of guns. LOTS OF GUNS. Nearly 23+ and that's not including the rest of the DLC. The previous item inventory system in Mass Effect 1 has been replaced by research projects, which makes the process of upgrading weapons, armor, and biotic/tech powers a breeze. Your armor can be customized accordingly with various gauntlets, shoulder pads, helmets, masks, chestplates or boots that boost certain stats such as accuracy, weapon damage or storm speed. One of the hallmark features of the Mass Effect series are the conversations and dialogue. Characters feel incredibly life like as you choose between multiple dialogue options. Characters react accordingly to your choices, where you can be seen as a heroic paragon, or a bold renegade. These choices WILL have drastic consequences on the story so choose carefully. You will have access to A LOT of squadmates to assist you in missions...if you can gain their trust.The PS3 version comes with most of the DLC to keep you occupied for days so that's a plus. The only minor gripes are the 21 second load screens, and sometimes the characters speaking in cutscenes would just disappear. You also can't take your helmet off in conversations, which can be awkward at time. There, I've said enough. Just buy this game, or shell out the extra thirty bucks for the entire trilogy. Just buy it. Freaking BUY IT.