Summary: Mass effect 2 could be a good game but compared to the 1st one its limited. First of all they introduce ammo which one of the best things about the first game was not worrying about ammo, only your heat meter. You shouldn't have to worry about running out since its just about everywhere but its something I wish they didn't add.
Summary: Now, before you rabid Mass Effect fans who think that this series is the greatest to ever exist start mauling me, I should probably tell you that I like this game. It's just that there's nothing really special about it in my opinion. In this game, you take control of Commander Shepard as you try to save the galaxy. And there's our first problem. The entire overarching story is a generic 'save the universe by recruiting the best team possible'.
Summary: The cats before you use the card and you end up paying about the price of the game for the ABILITY to BUY MORE content for the DLCs. Otherwise yeah, it's Mass Effect two, it's pretty and feels nice, if you're into that.
Summary: I didn't give this game three stars because it wasn't what I was expecting, I gave this game 3 stars because its worth 3 stars to me. This game doesn't have controller support, at all. Sure you can use mappers and some people made a mod, but both these methods are absolutely terrible. As for the game its really not that great. I didn't take two stars just because it doesn't have controller support.
Summary: Recently I bought Mass effect 2 via Amazon download.. the service is terrible. If you download from Amazon.com the game will not work on your computer. If you want to play this game so badly, I recommend to download the game via Origin. That's the only way to get the game run on your computer. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME DOWNLOADING TROUGH AMAZON. Origin let you download the game with updates already applied on the game.
Summary: THE BAD on the very surface, it would appear to be a huge game, but it simply is not. there are like 4 towns, Omega, Krogan, Citadel, and whatever the hell that tacky starwars wanna be trader city was called. When you first enter these outposts, they seem huge an daunting, but after proper exploration they are infact quite small, filled with a variety of stale do nothing npcs that have 1-2 lines and cycle constantly between them, never changing with maybe 1 or 2...
Summary: Mass Effect 2 is a game that combines exciting fast-paced missions with an excessive amount of dialogue and downtime. During the missions, the game play is fast-paced and the controls are easy to use. In fact, the controls are so easy to use that I have no problems playing this game on my laptop without a mouse. The graphics are not particularly impressive but, there nothing particularly bad about them either.
Summary: Great graphics and dialogue but really weak ending and gameplay compared to ME1. The storyline left much to be desired, as well I did not feel the passion the first Mass Effect brought. I started the end sequence level 24 of 30 after having done everything else prior... missing eight upgrades and not enough money to buy the last one available for purchase. I ended as a level 26/30 with nothing left to do.
Summary: Mass effect 2 is very obviously an RPG meant for the simple controls of a console, with an emphasis on action. The FPS gameplay feels unbalanced and silly. Party management is likewise very basic. The game is an RPG only in that you can occasionally buy and upgrade new equipment which has little impact on the way you play, and you get to choose whether to be "good or bad".
Summary: I bought ME1 and 2 at the same time and have played them back to back. So far, I have only finished about half of ME2. ME1 is a much better experience and so far the story was much more engaging. The way you increased your level with experience was better and the weapon system was better. I can't stand the allocation of "ammo" in ME2. You exchange heatsinks instead of actual ammo??? WTF. Please, the system makes no logical sense. ME2 suffers from consolitis.