Summary: Unlike the original mass effect, this has an amazing last appeal. Graphics are amazing and I'm writing this in 2014 after I've seen next gen consoles. A perfect RPG experience. I request you watch or try to play the first mass effect to at least understand everything.
Great game, better than ME1 and way better than ME3
Thomas AW., Amazon
31 March 2014
Summary: Despite people saying ME2 dumbed down the series, I actually disagree and think things are more streamlined. The Mako from the first game was cumbersome and annoying (especially if you want to explore everything that is explorer), and is gone from the game. Thankfully it is not present hear. The contextual in game choices of renegade/paragon (Good/Evil) are really cool.
Summary: Solid, Solid, Solid character development, eclectic story telling, smooth and story-driven combat makes a beautiful Mass Effect sequel. The introduction to the Elusive Man adds complexity and dynamism not seen in many, many, many games, period. This is the true ending the Mass Effect series as the so-called ME 3 is a botched 3rd grade attempt write and craft a Bioware jewel worthy of the Shepard dynasty.
Summary: Loved the game, really like the sturdy steel case. This entry does a great job of keeping the previous world, characters, and decisions intact while opening it wide to newcomers (i.e. pc and ps3 users). Highly recommend for SF and RPG fans alike.
Summary: Mass Effect game, by Electronic Arts, sets the benchmark for third person role playing actions games. It is as close to a DVD film as a video game can get, because, unlike most first person games, players can see and hear the player character as well as the non-player characters (NPCs). This movie-like quality greatly enhances the compelling story, which is the hallmark of the Mass Effect Trilogy.