The pricing on this new DLC has yet to be determined, but it looks like a very enjoyable package. Assuming the price isn't exorbitantly high for this relatively short experience, this first DLC package will be a welcome addition to Mass Effect 2.
It's pretty cool looking. My only concern is that it may cost too much for the amount of content they are offering.
DLC this gen has been less than stellar on the whole (Prince of Persia, Assassin's Creed II), but hopefully, this can break the trend.
Huh, seems cool, curious to see the pricing on this short sucker.
Meh. Its just DLC...
I still need to beat Mass Effect 1 first...
Why did i buy ME2 the day of release, i should waited for the GOTY Edition, i know that's a long ways off, but I'm a very patient; and would've saved money, by not having to buy all that DLC that they are going to have for this game.
I'll be sure to get this when it comes out.
So, looks like having Cerberus code ends with the next free DLC. Kasumi DLC and later are probably not free. As EA is pushing for more activation code bundled with new copies of the game, how many free DLC will be as good as paid DLC? Free DLC doesn't mean EA needs to give it as good contents as paid DLC. The Normandy SR-1 crash site DLC can barely be called a quest.
I thought the Normandy Crash Site was brilliant. Yeah it was easy, but it was really cool being able to explore the wreckage and getting the little flashback images of crew members. Reading Pressly's datapad was a nice touch too. I'll gladly buy this DLC, unless it's like 800 points or something. BioWare is awesome and I don't mind supporting them at all. I bought Mass Effect Limited Edition, both DLCs for it, Dragon Age: Origins Collector's Edition, Mass Effect 2 Collector's Edition, and I'll probably buy any DLC they release.
i have a think it`ll be about 400 points ...after all its only 90 mins of gameplay.
All ME2 females have ultra-wide jaws. I still like Ashley's sharper features.
I hope it's 400 or less...
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