Mass Effect 2: Genesis (ME1 motion comic) now available for 360
Comic is too limited to be of any real use.
If you really want your own choices you have to go through all of it again if ya want a perfect save.
But I guess some people just want the big choices to alter.
I really liked the small nudges, emails and what not regarding my ME1 choices tho.
@bkfountain: Dude, at least you have the option of even getting it.great, there was already a free fan made tool to modify a 360 ME2 save for the ME1 choices. That's what I used anyways.
playing ME 1 to have some consequence for ME 2 is too long. plus, I don't have time to play all. ME 2 is enough already. so comic makes sense to me. I bought it the day it was released on my PC. I buy everything about mass effect game. don't call me 'fuck'. it's not wasting my money at all for fans. plus, $3.99 whatever is not a deal to me. just drink coffee at morning. you know. you don't complain about coffee price (actually, $4 for coffee is not cheap at all comparing to gas price). it's very expensive. then people complain it? NO. so don't tell me genesis DLC is expensive. if you think it is expensive, get a life.
@Daveyo520 said:No, it's a case of them responding to their customers. This was created for the PS3 release and enough people wanted it on the 360 that they put it out there. Only an extremely short sighted person would call this nickel and diming especially given that they haven't tried to restrict the use of alternatives. Believe it or not, some people want to see some presentation of the story rather than playing through an older game like that, or clicking a series of options in a third party program.@bkfountain: Dude, at least you have the option of even getting it.great, there was already a free fan made tool to modify a 360 ME2 save for the ME1 choices. That's what I used anyways.This is just another annoying example of awful nickel and diming.
Cerberus Network is terrible and this should have been included with it *cough* probably Project Overlord and the Stolen Memories DLC too.
Don't they HAVE to charge for it if it's in 360?
I own 3 copies of Mass Effect 2, one Mass Effect and all the DLC across multiple platforms. I should have gotten this as a gift or something. Or a letterman's jacket. Or a gold blazer. Or another sports related award/trophy.Fanboyism is its own reward. Says so right here in my fanboy handbook.
Seriously though, I think it should have been a Cerberus Network download or something. The comic wasn't that good and not really worth 4 bucks. 1-2 dollars would have been acceptable, and free download for Cerberus Network users would have been the right move.
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