Summary: A very "linear" game and definitely a FPS (First Person shooter). The game has truly stunning visuals but playing it relies too much, for my tastes, on twitch reflexes. I am playing the PC DVD version and suspect there are some problems with game play and screen resolution.
Summary: if you already have the regular version of the game this one does not add anything that's really worth it other than the soundtrack. i bought this when it was on sale just for that. the other add-ons are mostly cosmetic.
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.
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: A rather average character that is perhaps a bit too gruff for his own good. The loyalty mission is OK, but not at all that challenging or impressive. Perhaps the one good thing that comes out of this DLC (aside from Zheed) is the M-451 Firestorm, one of my favorite Heavy Weapons.
Summary: Echo-ing what other reviewers have said. I downloaded this to get extra paragon points/credits, on the offchance it might help me complete the game with everyone alive. It worked - also addition of an upgraded SMG available is a nice touch.
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.
Summary: This DLC really isn't worth the $7 dollar (560 Microsoft points) asking price unless your a super fan like myself, I literally beat it in under an hour, and for most of this it's the same combat against the same enemies we've already fought in the main game, so it's fun but it would have been nice...
Summary: This DLC for Mass Effect 2 adds in a very good squad member, who is fun to use and plays very differently from any other squad member. However, the mission which is included with the pack is pretty average and not overly long.
Summary: Overlord was decent. It was certainly a step in the right direction. I cannot be too negative about it other than saying your squad members were painfully silent. I expect better with DLCs in a game like this. I want squad interaction, party banter, etc!