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ABCnews Review: BioWare's star-faring science-fiction sequel 'Mass Effect 2' sparkles

ABCews: "If you really want immersive, travel to the amazing universe of BioWare's science- fiction epic "Mass Effect 2" (Electronic Arts, for the Xbox 360, $59.99). I've already spent about 50 hours there, and I can't wait to return. And there's no need for 3-D glasses." (Mass Effect 2, Xbox 360) -

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