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Mass Effect 2 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
150 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PlayStion3 | Edition: Standard | Format: Box
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  • Product Dimensions: 16.2 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 95 g
  • Release Date: 21 Jan. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,169 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStion3 | Edition: Standard | Format: Box

The sci-fi role-playing epic continues, as the Mass Effect story delves into darker territory and the fate of Commander Shepard, his crew and the entire galaxy.

The saga continues with even more action and intrigue
Enemies will keep on coming even with missing limbs
Mass Effect 2 will see the return of many familiar faces
Equip and upgrade many new weapon types and biotics

A streamlined combat system makes the game even more action-packed than before, with a new regenerating health system that means you spend less time fiddling with menus and more time shooting enemies. You can also direct teammates individually with a simple press of a button, giving you greater tactical control over every encounter.

The number of planets you can explore, and the complexity of the sub quests you find on them, has been greatly expanded from the first game - giving you a whole galaxy to explore at will. The original game was the most cohesive mix yet of action game and role-player and this sequel goes even further in combing both genres into one giant space opera.

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4.7 out of 5 stars

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83 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Adam McGee on 21 Jan. 2011
Access Method: BoxPlatform for Display: PlayStion3Edition: Standard
Mass Effect on PS3...I never thought we'd see the day, but here we are. While I still dream that the first ME game would cross over to Sony's platform, the arrival of ME2 and the news ME3 will be on PS3 too makes up for it (as does a PS3 exclusive interactive short comic that helps you not only get to speed on the back story of the first game, but lets you make decisions to help shape your ME2 experience). You see, the beauty of ME is that your game plays out uniquely to you - if a character dies it ME1 he or she won't be there in ME2 and so forth (so for the uninitiated, keep your ME2 game saves!). It's not the same as playing the original (and if you get a chance to I fully recommend it), but it the interactive comic (created by Dark Horse no less) is the next best thing.

If you've played the original on the 360, you'll know what Mass Effect will offer you. If you haven't played Mass Effect, essentially the game is part shooter, part RPG, with plenty of ways of creating 'your' story around the main linear storyline - everything from Shepard's gender, how he/she looks (the character create is amazing) to how he/she chooses to talk to other characters (passive, aggressive, or not at all) is up to you. You can also choose your powers (you can be a soldier who relies on shooting to get them through, or vanguards or engineers, which enables you to have special biotic powers for example. The game is dialogue heavy, so if you're someone who skips cut scenes to get straight to the action, you're probably best off elsewhere. However, Bioware are masters at this kind of thing and ME2 excells in almost every way over its already incredible predecessor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Isaac on 3 July 2014
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*Polite Notice: This review contains spoilers*

I'm part of a big group of people in a club headed by three big-headed (but no less wise) leaders. Recently the leaders retired for unknown reasons, and I was sent out with some friends on a little journey around to find anyone who knew about it. Unfortunately some people from a rival club weren't so happy about that, and they proceeded to vandalise my transport. Luckily after a trip to hospital and a bottle of brandy I turned out okay, but my friends had all left me. It was okay, I found some new ones who introduced me to their special secret club.

I bought this game to entertain myself in between club meetings - making sure to feed my fish every time I came home - and was thoroughly enjoying it. I saw some of my old friends and told them about it, but none were interested: it turned out one of them was too busy calibrating his computer or something; another was looking for her delusional friend, who'd wandered off to play with robots; a third was still the same old annoying lady she always has been; and my good friend who was the new leader of my old club only had one thing to say to me, and that was it.

Somewhat distraught by the lack of support from my old friends, I returned to my old club again. It seemed a lot smaller than I remembered, although a lot of people had set up merchandising within the club, much to my dismay as it took hours of earnings to buy all their goods. So I went off in search of new friends, and together we travelled around and helped a lot of people out. In the end we got into a bit of a fight with the aforementioned rival club but it all turned out okay, no one important was hurt. To be honest I'd forgotten all about this game by the end of it all.

I guess having bored you with my personal life story I've managed to say nothing in review about this game. Ah well, maybe next time.
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Firstly I want to point out that I am not usually into the whole Sci-Fi genre. Aliens, spaceships and laser guns are all a bit too far-fetched and, dare I say, geeky. You may wonder what prompted me to buy this game in the first place. I was looking for a good RPG and several game charts had this game either at top spot or at least in the top 3. Although a sci-fi game I was intrigued after reading all the glowing reviews. When I saw the price, that convinced me that I had little to lose by trying it out.
The basic storyline is very simple – an Alien species called the Collectors have teamed up with another group called the Reapers and began to wipe the human race from the galaxy. Something along those lines anyway. I think it may help understand some of the background and terminology if you had played the first game. I hadn’t, therefore I found a lot of parts went over my head at first. All you need to know is your character Commander Shepard (male or female) is tasked with stopping the collectors and saving the galaxy.
You need to recruit several members to form a team before you can go up against the enemy. You also need to ensure that these members are loyal to you and that they can carry out the mission without getting themselves, or anyone else killed in the process.
The whole game builds up to this final mission known as the ‘Suicide Mission’ which involves crossing through the Omega 4 Relay to reach the Collectors’ base. A feat no human craft has ever completed and lived to tell the tale. I won’t give anything away regarding the Suicide Mission only that it is well worth the wait and build up.
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