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Mass Effect 2 (PC) Free @ Origin

£0.00 @ Origin (EA Store)
Are you prepared to lose everything to save the galaxy? You'll need to be, Commander Shepherd. It's time to bring together your greatest allies and recruit the galaxy's fighting elite to continue the … Read More
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Are you prepared to lose everything to save the galaxy? You'll need to be, Commander Shepherd. It's time to bring together your greatest allies and recruit the galaxy's fighting elite to continue the resistance against the invading Reapers. So steel yourself, because this is an astronomical mission where sacrifices must be made. You'll face tougher choices and new, deadlier enemies. Arm yourself and prepare for an unforgettable intergalactic adventure.

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oUkTuRkEyIII
mixmixi
Was getting worried, where have ya been dude?

Not bothering as much now pal. 4 years has been a good run, I couldn't do it forever.


It's soulless here without you. 4 years is nothing, people work 40 years before they retire :p
6 Likes
mixmixi
Was getting worried, where have ya been dude?

Not bothering as much now pal. 4 years has been a good run, I couldn't do it forever.

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3 Likes #1
Was getting worried, where have ya been dude?
6 Likes #2
mixmixi
Was getting worried, where have ya been dude?

Not bothering as much now pal. 4 years has been a good run, I couldn't do it forever.
7 Likes #3
oUkTuRkEyIII
mixmixi
Was getting worried, where have ya been dude?

Not bothering as much now pal. 4 years has been a good run, I couldn't do it forever.


It's soulless here without you. 4 years is nothing, people work 40 years before they retire :p
2 Likes #4
Wow, thanks :)
1 Like #5
thanks! :)
#6
So nearly bought this during the Steam sale so I could play it on PC, really glad I held off now.
#7
Thanks! Now need to get 1 and 3 and a laptop that can actually play games and I'm sorted! :D
#8
wahoo! never ever played a Mass Effect game before! cheers
#9
Nice, going to get hot in here!

Edited By: incited on Jan 05, 2017 18:51
#10
Great, thank you OP!
#11
tanks you vary mach
#12
Excellent. Damn you HUKD, I came on here to find a birthday present for my better half and ended up downloading Mass Effect 2 for free. :)

Thanks OP
#13
Nice find, just need to figure out how to get a controller to work with it now. Apparently it has no native support.
#14
DBurns81
Nice find, just need to figure out how to get a controller to work with it now. Apparently it has no native support.


Controller companion and a downloaded profile works with it. Although it was 1.99 for that program.
3 Likes #15
DBurns81
Nice find, just need to figure out how to get a controller to work with it now. Apparently it has no native support.

Xbox 360 Controller support mod exists if that helps:

http://www.nexusmods.com/masseffect2/mods/62/?
1 Like #16
Thanks for posting. Had great fun with this on 360, so good to have for PC as well.
banned 1 Like #17
Awesome. Thanks!
1 Like #18
thanks, added.
1 Like #19
unfortunately its without dlc... which is great but never goes on sale....still as expencive as day 1.. 2500 "bioware points" needed for all the good dlc which is £32
1 Like #20
Thanks
1 Like #21
Thanks!! Heat!
1 Like #22
Thanks op, I'll give it a try
1 Like #23
Long overdue a GOTY edition.
ME2 is superb the only game other than half life I've bothered to play through more than once, has the best characters of all 3 games, took out most of the unnecessary RPG stuff from the first one and combat is much improved.

BTW - forget playing as male shepard first time through, being a bitchy female was much more fun and the voice acting for her is brilliant, best I've seen in a game.
#24
jaydeeuk1
Long overdue a GOTY edition.
ME2 is superb the only game other than half life I've bothered to play through more than once, has the best characters of all 3 games, took out most of the unnecessary RPG stuff from the first one and combat is much improved.
BTW - forget playing as male shepard first time through, being a bitchy female was much more fun and the voice acting for her is brilliant, best I've seen in a game.
Long overdue a hd trilogy remaster. I'm surprised they didn't commision the likes of Bluepoint Games to release one to in the run up to the release of Andromeda. Totally agree on the female shephard the voice actor was very good.

Mass effect 2 actually looks great in 4k. The mods are a bit of a pain though. A list from another deal thread:

NostromoXP

A Lot Of Textures (ALOT) for ME2
Shorter loadings (animated - new version)
Quick Startup
ME2Controller
Increased Maximum Fuel and Probes
No MiniGames

The last two are kind of cheaty but as I have played the game about a dozen times before I was fine with less of the grind.


Edited By: lomax on Jan 06, 2017 11:12
#25
Can i get this game on ps3

Edited By: boboz21 on Jan 06, 2017 11:28
#26
Great offer for anyone that doesn't have it, but it has been free on Origin before so it's already in my library. I'm guessing the timing of this second offer is to help promote the release of Andromeda. Would have been nice if they'd offered the first game instead/as well to help my collection along (previously only played them on 360).


DBurns81
Nice find, just need to figure out how to get a controller to work with it now. Apparently it has no native support.
The simplest and most effective solution I found for it was this - https://github.com/Erik-JS/masseffect-binkw32



X50pence777
unfortunately its without dlc... which is great but never goes on sale....still as expencive as day 1.. 2500 "bioware points" needed for all the good dlc which is £32
Yes, it's ridiculous, isn't it? I keep looking at getting the trilogy edition, because it's only £5-10, but despite including all 3 games and the one piece of DLC for the first game, it doesn't include any DLC for 2 or 3, which is a huge oversight. Then you look at buying it separately and it's only available from BioWare themselves (even if you try buying through Origin, it redirects you) and you have to pay for it in their fake currency (BioWare points) which no one uses anymore, or ever used, so they're really expensive and the DLC is never on sale so you're looking at something like 3600 points for ME2 and 4800 for ME3 - for a total of 8400 points, and they're £1 per 100 on Origin so that's £84, except you can only buy them in lots of 800 or 1600, so at 5x 1600 and 1x 800 you'd have 400 points leftover so it would have cost you £88. That's crazy pricing for any game, never mind one that's almost 5 years old. The only consolation is that most of the DLC isn't worth getting (there's a lot of aesthetic stuff and a digital comic) but apparently some of the extra missions are worth playing, it's just a shame they'll cost you more than the base games.



jaydeeuk1
Long overdue a GOTY edition.
ME2 is superb the only game other than half life I've bothered to play through more than once, has the best characters of all 3 games, took out most of the unnecessary RPG stuff from the first one and combat is much improved.
BTW - forget playing as male shepard first time through, being a bitchy female was much more fun and the voice acting for her is brilliant, best I've seen in a game.
Some sort of complete trilogy edition would be nice to have to play through before Andromeda is released, but it doesn't look like that's going to happen. And yes, Fem Shep's voice acting is excellent, and that's because it's Jennifer Hale - veteran voice actor who's been hundreds of video games and she's pretty good in all of them.
1 Like #27
I'm Commander Shepherd and this is my favourite deal on the Citadel! (Heat!)
1 Like #28
If you have a PC go to CDkeys and get a months EA access for £2.99 and then play through all three versions of the games with all the DLC, as the deluxe versions are on EA access on the PC.

£2.99 to binge on the deluxe version of these games for a month is a steal.

Edited By: XP200 on Jan 06, 2017 12:58
#29
Holding out until they pay me to buy it
#30
boboz21
Can i get this game on ps3

I picked up Mass Effect 2 on PS3 for a few quid on ebay. It came out a year or so after the 360 version. Best copy you can get for it as they made graphical improvements to it. Also starts with an overview of events that took place in the first game, allowing you to make key decisions that will have an impact on your playthrough of the sequel.

Edit: Forgot to mention that it comes with most of the DLC that was released. Bargain.

Edited By: Jon79 on Jan 06, 2017 14:35
banned#31
Just the best games ever!
#32
If you want to know what extra content is worth getting:

-Lair of shadow broker mission (Absolutley fantastic extra mission)
-Kasumi Goto extra toon/mission
1 Like #33
Thank you!
#34
reddragon105
Great offer for anyone that doesn't have it, but it has been free on Origin before so it's already in my library. I'm guessing the timing of this second offer is to help promote the release of Andromeda. Would have been nice if they'd offered the first game instead/as well to help my collection along (previously only played them on 360).


DBurns81
Nice find, just need to figure out how to get a controller to work with it now. Apparently it has no native support.
The simplest and most effective solution I found for it was this - https://github.com/Erik-JS/masseffect-binkw32



X50pence777
unfortunately its without dlc... which is great but never goes on sale....still as expencive as day 1.. 2500 "bioware points" needed for all the good dlc which is £32
Yes, it's ridiculous, isn't it? I keep looking at getting the trilogy edition, because it's only £5-10, but despite including all 3 games and the one piece of DLC for the first game, it doesn't include any DLC for 2 or 3, which is a huge oversight. Then you look at buying it separately and it's only available from BioWare themselves (even if you try buying through Origin, it redirects you) and you have to pay for it in their fake currency (BioWare points) which no one uses anymore, or ever used, so they're really expensive and the DLC is never on sale so you're looking at something like 3600 points for ME2 and 4800 for ME3 - for a total of 8400 points, and they're £1 per 100 on Origin so that's £84, except you can only buy them in lots of 800 or 1600, so at 5x 1600 and 1x 800 you'd have 400 points leftover so it would have cost you £88. That's crazy pricing for any game, never mind one that's almost 5 years old. The only consolation is that most of the DLC isn't worth getting (there's a lot of aesthetic stuff and a digital comic) but apparently some of the extra missions are worth playing, it's just a shame they'll cost you more than the base games.



jaydeeuk1
Long overdue a GOTY edition.
ME2 is superb the only game other than half life I've bothered to play through more than once, has the best characters of all 3 games, took out most of the unnecessary RPG stuff from the first one and combat is much improved.
BTW - forget playing as male shepard first time through, being a bitchy female was much more fun and the voice acting for her is brilliant, best I've seen in a game.
Some sort of complete trilogy edition would be nice to have to play through before Andromeda is released, but it doesn't look like that's going to happen. And yes, Fem Shep's voice acting is excellent, and that's because it's Jennifer Hale - veteran voice actor who's been hundreds of video games and she's pretty good in all of them.


the dlc missions are better than the original games, 2 has arrival which has the main enemy in 3 (the reapers) turning up at the galactic edge and in order to delay them shepard has to sacrifice an 300k civilians(makes more sense why he is I trial I 3 if you do this) and 3 simply doesn't make sense without the dlc.. In leviathan you learn the reaper origins.. that should definitely have been in the main game... in citadel you meet a clone of yourself and you get to have shore leave with your crew... it's awesome

disagree with only femshep though... I can't play as femshep... probally as I'm male and roleplaying mostly paragon but still...
#35
If i could take back all the time i put into the three games after that ending, i would.
1 Like #36
Good man, thanks oUkTuRkEyIII. After installing Origin, I discovered that I still have access to a game that I thought I had lost years ago..Burnout Paradise. I remember being a bit let down by it in comparison to Burnout 3: Takedown. but going to give it another go as well as trying Mass Effect 2 for the first time. Much appreciated.
#37
Another good freebie game from Origin (or rather I should say Electronic Arts). I only got around to completing Mass Effect a few weeks ago so it was nice timing to get it's highly rated and supposedly even better sequel gratis. Includes some additional Cerberus Network dlc bonus content packs too. Still currently selling for £19.99 on Steam !


Edited By: Robbo11 on Jan 07, 2017 08:05: .
#38
Nice. Heat added.

Anyone else having issues connecting to Cerberus network once in the game?
#39
the best mass effect in the series and its free.
#40
GrenD
Nice. Heat added.
Anyone else having issues connecting to Cerberus network once in the game?

No, it connects ok every time from the main menu screen after I login to my EA online account.

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