SuccesFull.fr has just published the achievement list for Mass Effect 2. The game features 50 achievements and will reward you with the usual 1000 points. ***Spoiler warning***
Spoilers!... Must Stay Away!
Its really vague stuff, I mean the closes thing to a spoiler is: "Save humanity throughout the galaxy........." but I mean who doesn't know the game is about saving humanity from some sort of annihilation? Aren't most games? That really doesn't tell you anything specific about the story. I particularly like this one: Long Service Medal Complete Mass Effect 2 twice, or complete it once with a charachter imported from Mass Effect 1.
Yeh, that Long Service one is awesome :D , sort of rewards the players who kept their saves...but still I'll be playing it multiple times with my many old saces and new ones :) God my excitement is SKY HIGH!! I'm also happy that the Achievements seem challenging but not as time consuming as ME's ones...god thise were crazy and specific (those ally ones were a b1tch)
I'm currently playing through ME again to have my character ready for ME2.
I thought the achievements would be more creative.
They look espeacially easy compared to the first one, Reach level 30 i mean that doesn't sound to difficult unlike reaching level 60 in the first one. I hope theres more side missions and more worlds to explore other than that i so can't wait to get playing this.
Unfortunately I fear that maybe level 30 is the sequels level cap like level 60 was in the first.
Thats fking hilarious.
This game is going to be so badass :D
influenced replayability in a major way (like how you could unlock weapons and powers for later characters by using them enough, or how you found yourself choosing different party members for each playthrough so you could get the "complete the majority of the game with x teammate") Hopefully the "gain loyalty of x teammate" ones provide some kind of bonus. These...not so much. I see myself unlocking virtually every single one of them in one or two playthroughs. (They actually remind me of the dragon age achievements) However, to comment on the level 30 deal, it's probably because they raised experience requirements for levels (did you notice that each power has only like 4 levels rather than the 20 or so from the first?) they're just streamlining the progression system. I don't know if they had mentioned anything about upgrading weapons yet (I try to keep track of this one pretty closely) but that has me excited. Rather than just slapping different mods and ammo on a gun like in the first you may actually have to spend points increasing it's power? The combat training vids sound like a vastly improved tutorial system. Fortunately I read the manual before I play a game (old school!) so I typically know all the controls going into it, but nonetheless it sounds pretty nice.
anyone notice the achievement for upgrading a weapon fully, i'm guessing that weapon upgrading will be exclusive to the soldier class, now that all classes can use all weapon types. Though we'll probably find out in a couple of days when they post the soldier class walkthrough
Must say I was quite pleased when I saw upgradeable weapons as well as customizable armor.
It seems to me that the achievements of ME2 should be easier to get than those (already quite "easy") in ME1...
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