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3.33 stars 3.33/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Falls short of previous DLC 0

The Arrival is the final Mass Effect 2 DLC pack and was mainly created as a bridge between Mass Effect 2 and the pending Mass Effect 3. In this regard the pack does its job, but without the throwing any new plot twists into the pending reaper invasion. Essentially the plot is “remember all this stuff that’s going to happen that we’ve told you about before?” Given both the story, scope, and level design qualities of the of the previous DLC packs (Kasumi’s Stolen Memory, Overlord, and Lair of the ...

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Falls short of previous DLC 0

The Arrival is the final Mass Effect 2 DLC pack and was mainly created as a bridge between Mass Effect 2 and the pending Mass Effect 3. In this regard the pack does its job, but without the throwing any new plot twists into the inevitable reaper invasion. Essentially the plot is “remember all this stuff that’s going to happen that we’ve told you about before?” Given both the story, scope, and level design qualities of the of the previous DLC packs (Kasumi’s Stolen Memory, Overlord, and Lair of t...

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Fun, but not groundbreaking 0

Crysis 2 had big shoes to fill. The first Crysis was fun and expansive with gameplay that lived up to the promise of providing strategic options through the unique nano-suit mechanic. All this was wrapped up in what were some ground breaking and memorable graphical settings. Crysis 2 comes off with all the same elements still in good form, but their impressions have been unfortunately muted. Admittedly the graphics are what drove me to the game, and although they still are some of the best aroun...

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