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Mass Effect 2 - PC - 12.99!! + Free Delivery @ Play

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Cheapest new price for this title, play keep droping it down to this price for a day, then back up to 16, so grab it while you can.
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Two years after Commander Shepard repelled invading Reapers bent on the destruction of organic life, a mysterious new enemy has emerged. On the fringes of known space, something is silently abducting entire human colonies. Now Shepard must work with Cerberus, a ruthless organisation devoted to human survival at any cost, to stop the most terrifying threat mankind has ever faced. To even attempt this perilous mission, Shepard must assemble the galaxy's most elite team and command the most powerful ship ever built. Even then, they say it would be suicide. Commander Shepard intends to prove them wrong.

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#1
At this price im surprised its not picking up heat :thinking:

Its definitely a bargain for such a game.
#2
i was tempted to get it when it was 15 quid on here the other day, but i dunno whether my PC would be up for the task of running it, looked at the specs n all that and it SHOULD run, but after past experiences with the requirements it probabaly wont. Might just wait for the 360 version to drop to under £20 (which i think it is in Blockbuster soon) and know it'll run fine on there.

Either way this is hot, especially if you have Maccy D's vouchers too, could even be possible £10.99 :thumbsup:
#3
It was at this price already (or maybe even a bit cheaper?) on the 1st of April..
#4
Ordered thanks
#5
Saw this in Game today for a tenner for PC...
#6
Voted Hot.

Thanks
#7
thanks OP.. great.
#8
Can this be activated on Steam?

And does it have Multiplayer?
#9
Can be activated on steam but you can activate it on EA Download manager in case you lose your CDs.

I think there's a multiplayer mode, never looked for it myself though. The single player campaign is amazing (I dont normally play single player games tbh).
#10
its amazing how retail can be cheaper than the digital download.

HEAT!
#11
Voted hot as used a maccie d's voucher to get it down to £10.99, now heres hoping it tracks at topcashback to make it a tenner!
#12
stueysafc
i was tempted to get it when it was 15 quid on here the other day, but i dunno whether my PC would be up for the task of running it, looked at the specs n all that and it SHOULD run, but after past experiences with the requirements it probabaly wont. Might just wait for the 360 version to drop to under £20 (which i think it is in Blockbuster soon) and know it'll run fine on there.

Either way this is hot, especially if you have Maccy D's vouchers too, could even be possible £10.99 :thumbsup:


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#13
Just searched the reviews and youtube videos. Looks a really good game. One voted it game of 2010 so far. Worth a shot at that price too. CHEERS!
#14
flashpanther
Just searched the reviews and youtube videos. Looks a really good game. One voted it game of 2010 so far. Worth a shot at that price too. CHEERS!


Yeh if you havnt playd the first i would recomend playing that first, the game is part of a Trilogy, already written, the books one amazon are great too, ones a prelude and ones set between 1 and 2... all adds to it :D
#15
I couldnt be bothered with the first, just went immediately to the second, probably missing out on some of the backstory (and no doubt the 'twist' for the first has now been revealed to me by now) but it plays well without knowing and the plot holds itself together without needing to know how the first one went.

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