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Submitted by KeenanTheSavage 1523d ago | article

The Catch-Up – Mass Effect 2: Lair of the Shadow Broker

Default Prime: "Before you even load up your saved game and head off to Liara, you can tell that this DLC is going to be longer and more action oriented when compared to Kasumi: Stolen Memory. Lair of the Shadow broker is 1.5 GB in size, has five new achievements to obtain and a chance to continue that relationship with Liara that you might’ve had in Mass Effect 1; that’s a huge file, but with the name Bioware, quality, size, as well as quantity pretty much go hand in hand. It took me at least an hour and a half to finish Lair of the Shadow Broker and I unquestionably got my 800 MS Points worth. If you haven’t played the DLC yet and have a thing against spoilers, relax, for there will be no huge spoilers here because I too have that same rule against spoilers when it comes to things I want to experience on my own." (Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 2: Lair of the Shadow Broker, PC, Xbox 360)

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