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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:53pm 08/04/10 | 9 Comments
The second round of DLC (downloadable content) for Mass Effect 2 is now available for PC and Xbox 360 from BioWare and the Xbox Live Marketplace.

Kasumi's Stolen Memory is the first paid DLC pack for the critically acclaimed BioWare sci-fi epic, and can be picked up for 560 Microsoft Points or BioWare points (around $10 Australian). Cerberus Network owners will also receive Firewalker, another DLC add-on, free of charge, offering a balance between paid and free content which isn't too shabby an idea.

Click here to read the AusGamers Mass Effect 2 review if you haven't played the game yet and need some convincing.



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Spook
Posted 03:58pm 08/4/10
i hope theres no more f*****g planet mining in this dlc :(
Pirroh
Posted 04:01pm 08/4/10
$10 for a character I can't even talk with, no thanks.
Bah
Posted 05:15pm 08/4/10
Can you at least bang her?
Pirroh
Posted 05:39pm 08/4/10
I would so no.
parabol
Posted 06:06pm 08/4/10
I still haven't finished the game. Combat is too simple and console-newb'd with the cover system. Despite the intro being awesome I'm finding the game too boring to keep me interested, not much in terms of story yet apart from recruiting a bunch of people (I'm probably 10 hours into it). Does it get any better?

In contrast to the original Mass Effect that I couldn't stop playing due to sheer awesomeness in story and combat.
konstie
Posted 06:21pm 08/4/10
I still haven't finished the game. Combat is too simple and console-newb'd with the cover system. Despite the intro being awesome I'm finding the game too boring to keep me interested, not much in terms of story yet apart from recruiting a bunch of people (I'm probably 10 hours into it). Does it get any better?

In contrast to the original Mass Effect that I couldn't stop playing due to sheer awesomeness in story and combat.


part at the end is pretty cool i suppose
ViscoS
Posted 07:27pm 08/4/10
Depends on your tastes I would say.
Fuzzy
Posted 10:32pm 08/4/10
Hasn't the Firewalker dlc been out for a while?

I donwloaded and finished it about 3 weeks ago
Tepid
Posted 10:12pm 09/4/10
first is way better.

this one is like gears of effect. the combat is way easy and boring. story is still pretty good but not as good as the first i think. the new crew is ok.

i finsihed it once and didnt think about it again.

the first i finished, then thought about continuously. ps. i actually preferred driving the mako around planets, mining with a cursor is BORING!
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