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Once again stepping into the role of the heroic Commander Shepard, gamers command their crew on a suicide mission in space. Players must assemble their squad from amongst the galaxy's most powerful mystics, geniuses, and convicts and lead them on a suicide mission to discover why humans are vanishing from the galaxy. The success of the mission hinges on the squad recruited and their loyalty to the mission. Shepard's future depends on it.

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PublisherElectronic Arts
GameMass Effect 2
UPC014633159820, 5030930095161, 5030939080625, 5030942080629

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PlatformXbox 360

Tech Details
ESRB DescriptorBlood, Drug Reference, Sexual Content, Strong language, Violence
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1
Release Year2010
Game Special Features
  • Commander Shepard's adventures continue in dark sequel

  • Travel to the fringes of known space to face a new alien threat

  • Gritty adventure tests the hero's morality as well as battle skills

  • Player's actions and words steer the story and determine the outcome

  • Second installment in an epic deep-space trilogy from BioWare

  • Support Elements480p, 720p, Dolby Digital 5.1, HDTV Support
    Game Series3D Ultra Pinball

    eBay Product ID: EPID65610697

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    Average review score based on 238 user reviews


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    Created: 09/06/13

    The saga continues in this AAA title

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    The galaxy of Mass Effect has been masterfully expanded upon albeit with the game play being streamlined. Having played through the original title years ago I was skeptical if BioWare could really follow through with all that was promised. I've waited to purchase till it was in the budget title range. I played the 1st hour not signed in with autosave off (as if I hadn't played Mass Effect 1) just to see what the base story had to offer.
    I have to say I sure am glad I keep that old save file on my cloud. Importing my Mass Effect 1 character into Mass Effect 2 was seamless. The differences in the story abound many of those morality choices matter & it was thoroughly satisfying, although you keep your face; collectible items from the original are all lost: every weapon, all that armor, all those credits lost, even the XP & Paragon/Renegade points. ME2 attempts to make up for this translating your prior status into stats that are compatible with the new interface.

    Graphics: Exceed contemporary standards for Q1 2010.

    GamePlay: Fast paced & still level up RPG rooted.
    Errors: None of the glitching textures from the original.

    Learning Curve: The game has a basic control scheme and appropriate scaling of difficulty levels.

    Replay Value: Exponentially change your character; switching your gender or class, changing morality choices, do you have the endurance to rifle through the marathon of content on INSANITY an excess for 40HRS or do you plan to run through on easy in 8HRS just to see what happens.

    Sound Design: EPIC USE OF DOLBY DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND & the voice acting is second to none.

    Downloadable Content: The majority of which is not value adding (like paying for more outfits) and getting this game on XBOX 360 we get screwed as some of this content is included in the PS3 release( Kasumi: Stolen Memories, Overlord, and Lair of the Shadow Broker)... keep your eye out for an XBOX LIVE Deal of the Day perhaps you can get it on the low.

    Progression: This game make strides not just as a sequel to the series; but for the genre as well cinematic quality detail, action & excitement, along with solid story telling are becoming the new standard in the lexicon of RPGs. It's no longer simply: turn based attack, flashy non-engine cut-scene, then more cave trolling for loot.

    WildCard: If you enjoy Sci-Fi you can envision this as a near future depiction of Star Trek meeting Star Wars in this Rated "M" for mature environment.

    *Mass Effect Trilogy vs Skyrim... get em both!

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    Created: 04/05/10

    Unbelievably better than I had expected!

    I had purchased the original Mass Effect based on critical reviews. A fine game, especially at the time, but nonetheless I was a little nonplussed. I remember cranky inventory issues and somewhat clunky semi 'real time' combat. And to tell the truth by the time its sequel came around my grasp on story/character occurrences was a bit shaky. Despite this, just having a state of the art RPG that wasn't a Japanese sword n' sorcery reiteration was fresh air. A gritty and significantly more mature affair than the too often overtly corny Japanese style games. And a grand space opera at that.

    I expected Mass Effect 2 to be a solid title. Bioware, the team that created it, has a history of well designed, polished, and successful games that has come to easily rival Square/Enix. And unlike the original, I wasn't the least bit disappointed with this offering. I had no idea just how vast and encompassing the universe of Mass Effect had become until well into the game. Nor can I stress just how much more frantically fun the combat is in the sequel.

    I have read complaints about the manner in which Bioware distilled the original combat into its present form. No more clunky and constant inventory access. No items at all. Weapons and armor are bought at a few select shops in as few cities. You select your weapon loadout for your characters at the beginning of a mission and with only a handful of exceptions this is what you must use for the entirety of said mission. Purchased armor/accessories are applied via a loadout station located in your cabin aboard your ship, the Normandy. No longer are you circling the battlefield like a vulture to inspect each and every little drop from a vanquished foe. For the most part, the only pickups you collect are heatsink clips. Again, clips being another new addition allowing you to fire off your weapons as unceasingly as you like granted you have the extra clips as ammo.

    Frankly, I found the new combat system an absolute blast to play. Much more often than not the combat feels on par with the best shooters such as Gears of War in style. With just a few intuitive button presses I can storm into a room, take evasive cover from oncoming fire and during a lull, leap over cover and bull rush my opponent with deadly effect. Biotic skills are varied, useful, and by and large very cool to use. Some such as Lift/Pull/Throw are limited only by imagination in the mayhem you can create. Biotic Shockwave launches a pounding stream of energy along the ground that makes quite a sight of flying bodies if it rams a grouping of enemies. Incinerate makes an inferno out of your opponent, Cryo Blast a slab of ice begging to be smashed into tiny bits. If it isn't obvious, biotics pass off as the 'magic' of these games and seem plausible in descriptions of use. Many weapons/personnel upgrades/ship upgrades are researchable aboard ship granted you have the mined materials that apply to them. Scanning and mining planets is perhaps the weakest link to Mass Effect 2, but even then it was strangely engaging in short sessions.

    Alas, I haven't even touched upon the story. And story as much as the combat is fantastic. You and your team will make tough choices, moral and otherwise. And these choices can create subtle changes, major changes, or even death. But almost all it seemed did make a difference and that is a marvel of game design. It doesn't hurt that exploring teammates stories are often fascinating. I'm out of type, JUST BUY IT

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 01/25/10

    Fascinating and hugely enjoyable experience!

    Mass Effect 2's greatest strength once again falls upon the beauty of its universe and the carefully interwoven character dramas underpinning the action. It's a fascinating and hugely enjoyable experience that serves not only as a reminder of how wide the valley between a 'great and an 'excellent' game actually is, but why BioWare is still one of the most vital and important developers out there today.

    Games like Mass Effect 2 don't come around often enough. Look at any aspect and you can be sure it's great. It's incredibly personal while still retaining a sense of epic sweeping scale. The combat and mission design are outstanding. The visuals, voice acting, soundtrack, and direction are miles ahead of the competition. Perhaps most impressively, Mass Effect 2 manages to fulfill its incredible ambition while only suffering from very few technical hiccups. The only real caveat I should mention is that some of the revelations and plot twists won't be quite as powerful if you haven't played Mass Effect 1, but that isn't any reason to skip this fantastic videogame.

    10 Presentation
    Clean and sophisticated. Brilliant and cinematic.
    9.5 Graphics
    Exceptional artistic direction and a top notch-technical showcase.
    10 Sound
    Martin Sheen steals the show, even amidst all of the outstanding voice acting and music.
    9.5 Gameplay
    Tight mechanics, thrilling combat, and deep role-playing. The design is unparalleled.
    10 Lasting Appeal
    A remarkable achievement in adapting a story to your decisions. It creates amazing replay value.

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    Created: 04/30/10

    Mass Effect Two

    The world of Mass Effect is full of intrigue, excitement, random acts of kindness (or violence, depending on your disposition), and boring mind-numbing mini-games that will leave you scratching your head as to why they were allowed in the game in the first place. Playing Mass Effect (1) is a must as you can import your character from the first game, along with all the choices you made along the way, which lead to exciting, and interesting plot turns. Here is a list of Pros and Cons for Mass Effect Two:

    Improved combat - You no longer feel like a badass who can walk in and destroy a place without much effort. Even on Insanity (in Mass 1) you get to the point where you can pretty much walk in the open and destroy anything that comes at you.

    Improved Graphics - Amazing visuals, much better than the first

    Improved Dialogue - If you didn't think it was possible...well, it is. Relationships are expanded and you actually feel like you are getting to know the character as opposed to just hitting random dialogue choices.

    Normandy - The Normandy (this time around) is a lot of fun to explore, there are loads of areas which you will actually use, as opposed to the first game where you only really ever use the Star Map


    BRING BACK THE MAKO! I cannot be the only person who enjoyed that little guy, I hate the planet scanning missions.

    Loyalty missions - while bringing in wanted Achievement Points - really are a drag...most of them consist of "fetch this person, fight through this group of people to get to him, talk to him...make a decision whether to keep him/her alive, you're done"

    Minigames- I hated the constant code snippet and hack minigames, so boring.

    TOO SHORT - The overall mission took little to no time to complete, and had I not done all the loyalty missions I probably could have finished the game in less than 10 hrs.

    Final Boss....wow...I don't even know what to say...I thought you were better than this Mass Effect, I thought you were better than this

    Overall the game is amazing and I encourage everyone to give it a shot! Make sure you play the first one before ME2 though.

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    Created: 04/07/10

    better than the original

    Combat is much improved, the best part of the game but not outstanding in any way. Think of it as Gears of War Lite.

    No inventory system, not exactly a positive aspect.
    It went from a horrible inventory system to none at all.

    Stores offer very few items to purchase, upgrades are the only thing available.
    If you like lots of weapons and skills, this is not the game for you.

    Planet exploration is painfully boring, few anomalies and exploring them does not grant you anything special. Most are very bland.

    Story was not so good but story presentation was great.
    The beginning of the story appeared to be manufactured purely for marketing reasons, created speculation on who you would play as. Let me tell you a secret, you play as the same character you did in the first one. The marketing team lied to you for over a year to make you interested in buying the game. It appeared to work. To me it seemed that the writers wanted to write one story and the publishers wanted another one so they went from killing him off completely to resurrecting him. To me it was pointless, they could have had him switch alliances a more believable way.
    The main story is also very short, the majority of the game has you recruiting new members and gaining their loyalty. Most of this is completely optional. The entire game is designed to prepare you for the final battle, too bad the final battle is very short and easy compared to some of the other side missions.
    I wish that they would present mass murder that was going on more vividly. The people you encounter in the game, including the crew, do not seem bothered (even the good guys are cold) with the systematic execution of hundreds of thousands of people. Many other games do much better at showing the results of mass murder.

    The main bad guys look like the flood from halo, complete with a hive-mind. They are not nearly as scary or menacing as the flood on halo though. The majority of your opponents in the side missions are from two opposing mercenary gangs, red or blue.

    In summary:
    Better than the original but still average in every way.
    I would give it a 8/10

    Side Note:
    I wish they could find the magic that made Knights of the Old Republic so great.

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