Globe and Mail reviews Mass Effect 2

Avatar's wearisomely mystical Na'vi have become the de facto blue-skinned extraterrestrials of our imaginations, and it's a shame. Consider instead the Asari, a cerulean-hued, mono-gendered alien race with millennium-long life spans and a pleasantly sophisticated culture that -- dare we say -- has moved beyond the tedium of tree worship. So much more intriguing.

These fascinating creatures are just one of more than a dozen species featured in Mass Effect 2 (ESRB: Mature: Xbox 360 (reviewed), Windows PC), the second entry in a planned trilogy of sci-fi role-playing games developed by Edmonton-based BioWare that is proving to be one of the most remarkable achievements yet in interactive storytelling.

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king1233241d ago

I never heard of a review from 4