What makes the beautiful weather my fellow New Yorkers and I are having right now even better? How about the release of Mass Effect 2
’s new PDLC
that is now available for roughly $7? Ok, so maybe that might be in conflict with one another, but I’ll be keeping the windows open and my 360 on to enjoy both in the very same day.
The DLC, entitled Kasumi – Stolen Memory
, introduces a new recruitable and playable character to your squad who is known to be a skilled thief. Commander Shepard is not known for having the most gentlemanly or ladylike companions, so a thief should be a welcomed addition to the crew. A new research upgrade, weapon, and achievement will join the loyalty mission that comes with your new crew member. Expect a review of the DLC from us soon.
Kasumi – Stolen Memory, a new PDLC pack featuring the master thief Kasumi, an all-new playable character in the Mass Effect™ 2 universe, is now available for Xbox 360 for a cost of 560 Microsoft Points and on PC for 560 BioWare points or $7 USD.
Kasumi – Stolen Memory includes:
· The introduction of Kasumi Goto, the galaxy’s most enigmatic and cunning master thief.
· The ability to recruit Kasumi in all new missions and option to utilize her special skills as a member of Commander Shepard’s squad throughout the entire game.
· Gain Kasumi’s loyalty in a dangerous new mission to infiltrate the vault of a deadly master criminal named Donovan Hock to recover data of great importance to Kasumi, and to the galaxy at large.
· A new research upgrade, one new weapon, and a new achievement will also be made available to players.
Mass Effect 2 was released to worldwide critical acclaim on January 26, 2010, and is available for the Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system and the PC and is rated ‘M’ for Mature by the ESRB and ‘18+’ by PEGI. For more information, follow the development team on Twitter at http://twitter.com/masseffect2 or visit http://masseffect.bioware.com/.