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Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360)

Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360)
alaScore 92

420 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 420 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the value for money and action. The gameplay and graphics are also appreciated.

story, graphics, gameplay, action, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360)


Once this intense and action-packed role-playing game pulls you into its orbit, you won't want to escape.

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Mass Effect 2 Review


Last year Bioware blew RPG fans with their game, Dragon Age. This year, they're looking to blow away RPG fans again with Mass Effect 2. Will Mass Effect 2 be the game that cements the series as one of the great epic series in videogames?

Another Bioware custom is the fabulous voice acting. Lead by the original voice actors of Mass Effect 1, Mark Meer and Jennifer Hale who reprise their role of the male and female Commander Shepard, it's clear to see that Bioware was sure there would...

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Mass Effect 2: Arrival Review for the XBOX360


Knock knock. Who's there? The Reapers! The Reapers wh... oh, crap.

Challenging combat scenarios

but with a throwaway advance-even-if-you-lose fight; Lots of story inconsistencies; No choice; Really, really short


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Mass Effect 2: Arrival


The true travesty of the whole narrative is that you end up exactly where you started at the start of Arrival. Bioware only offers up the illusion of morality as they cannot change the coming threat of the Reapers and it cheapens the entire ending in...

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Mass Effect 2: Arrival Review


Mass Effect 2: Arrival is a disappointing conclusion to a beloved series' second chapter.

Atmospheric environments ; The action is entertaining

No real decisions to make ; Glitches and other execution flaws ; No memorable dialogue or characters

Decent shooting does not make for a fitting finale to Mass Effect's second chapter, however--not when prior add-ons have set the bar so high. Compared to what has come before in this universe, Arrival is a husk--outwardly familiar, yet lacking the...

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Mass Effect 2 DLC Review: Stolen Memory


Mass Effect 2 burst onto the scene at the beginning of this year and announced itself as an early candidate for game of the year. Its release was followed up

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Mass Effect 2 (360)


The player takes on the role of Commander Shepard once again with the option to import his or her saved game from the first Mass effect, preserving the story decisions and customizations from the original game.The game does still permit some...

-"The black armor is slimming."  Shepard's attire on the ship and the armor worn on missions can be customized to suit individual taste. The armor can be customized as often as the player likes and does not change with upgrades. Patterns are limited,...

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Mass Effect 2: Kasumi - Stolen Memory


Mass Effect 2 is a game I would definitely not mind revisiting. The first released PDLC, Kasumi – Stolen Memory, was just the excuse I needed to make the return. I had high hopes for a continuation in the same riveting storyline, character development...

While what is there in the PDLC is fun to tinker with - particularly Kasumi's unique fighting abilities - it feels like too little too late in the game if you've already completed the missions available to you. Kasumi's loyalty mission and her...

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Mass Effect 2: Kasumi - Stolen Memory


Since it's release, Mass Effect 2 has had a fair amount of DLC for fans to enjoy in addition to what is already a fantastic and lengthy game. Fans who bought the game new and have a Cerberus Network membership have also been able to enjoy this content...

A disappointing and short piece of DLC that pales in comparison to the rest of Mass Effect 2. It doesn't help that it costs 560 Microsoft Points, either.

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Mass Effect 2: Kasumi - Stolen Memory Review for the XBOX360


Diamonds are a girl's best friend. Other than a gun.

A new and very cool character; Cool loyalty mission...; Tons of clever little jokes and references

but incredibly short; Not a lot of loot; Doesn't fit in a post-story scenario; Expensive