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Mass Effect 2 - Kasumi DLC Review

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Mass Effect 2 - Kasumi DLC Review

Review - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Wed 31 March 2010, 13:29:29

Tags: BioWare; Mass Effect 2

I hope you saved up 7$ because the time is drawing near. Word is, this will be even better than the Alternate Appearance Pack.

Kasumi's loyalty quest starts out nice enough, with some new formal wear for your Shepard and a party that you'll have to infiltrate. You're trying to break in the vault of a high-profile mark named Donovan Hock who's got the galaxy's best party going on, and you'll be shipping in your equipment in a golden statue of Saren (for those who didn't play the first game, he was the villain there), of all things. It starts out with conversation and exploration of the party as you figure out how to get a DNA sample and voice print from your mark, and once you get past security, things go bad quickly. Suffice it to say that you'll be shooting your way out, but not before finding a new submachine gun called the Locust first. According to BioWare's Casey Hudson, there's at least one other weapon that'll pop up as well.



She's a master thief and is the only companion character that can cloak like Infiltrators do... , as I predicted.

Spotted at: RPGWatch

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