Mass Effect 2: The Price of Revenge PC

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  1. Sep 7, 2010
    7
    The Price of Revenge is a engaging addition to the Mass Effect 2 story which includes the acquisition of a new squad member, Zaeed. TheThe Price of Revenge is a engaging addition to the Mass Effect 2 story which includes the acquisition of a new squad member, Zaeed. The content is well incorporated into the game and favours the player completing it prior to undertaking the Suicide Mission. Much like every other squad member in the game, the Illusive Man sends a Dossier to the private terminal, suggesting the commander acquire Zaeed to assist on the war with the Collectors. There are two missions, the first being to find Zaeed and get him to join you on your cause, and the other, typically, his loyalty mission, where the decisions the player make, determine whether or not Zaeed will be focused on the upcoming missions or not. The decisions made in the DLC will have a baring on what happens in the main story, depending on his loyalty. It's worth noting however, that although the content is advertised as two new missions, the first mission is more of a conversation in the entrance to Omega, no combat or exploration is needed, and the mission is complete within a couple of minutes. So thankfully, the loyalty mission makes up for this deceiving advertisement, with an in-depth mission, full of new conversation options, upgrades, and quirky cut scenes. The content is free via the Cerberus network, so that definitely counts towards its positive score, as does the content itself, just a shame once again, the content is over quicker than it takes to download and install. It is worth noting that Zaeed is present on the Normandy SR2 for the duration of the play through, he is a usable squad member and can be used in any story mission from the point of his acquisition. The player can also visit him in his quarters on the ship, a funny addition is the garbage disposal airlock, where the player can interact with and shoot out the garbage into space, watching from the window. Zaeed also has some interesting conversation options in his quarters where you can get to know him a little better, but no in-depth decision making conversation is apparent, and no romance is attainable with either Male or Female Shepard. Expand
  2. Mar 12, 2011
    7
    Zaeed's an interesting character with a good back story, but I can't say I like him that much. The DLC itself was pretty good and he is greatZaeed's an interesting character with a good back story, but I can't say I like him that much. The DLC itself was pretty good and he is great to have for the Hold The Line phase of the Suicide Mission. Expand
  3. Jan 27, 2013
    7
    Nice (and free, remember when DLC was free?), but non-essential. Good side-quest, interesting (also amusing) character, ably voiced by BabylonNice (and free, remember when DLC was free?), but non-essential. Good side-quest, interesting (also amusing) character, ably voiced by Babylon 5 veteran Robin Sachs. Expand