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  • Summary: A batarian extremist group has hijacked a mobile asteroid station in the Asgard system, setting it on a collision course with the nearby colony world of Terra Nova. Only you, and the hand-picked crew of the Normandy, can save the millions of innocent civilians before the asteroid completesA batarian extremist group has hijacked a mobile asteroid station in the Asgard system, setting it on a collision course with the nearby colony world of Terra Nova. Only you, and the hand-picked crew of the Normandy, can save the millions of innocent civilians before the asteroid completes its deadly descent. This first downloadable content pack further expands the Mass Effect universe and continues the adventures of Commander Shepard and the Normandy crew. Expand
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  1. Feb 21, 2014
    8
    This how every Mako mission should be. If they would of gave us more quality Mako missions like Bring Down the Sky, and less quantity, MassThis how every Mako mission should be. If they would of gave us more quality Mako missions like Bring Down the Sky, and less quantity, Mass Effect would be a 10 without a question. Expand
  2. Jun 19, 2012
    7
    By no means is this a perfect DLC, it adds an hour or two of gameplay and introduces a new race called the batarians. Three missions and a newBy no means is this a perfect DLC, it adds an hour or two of gameplay and introduces a new race called the batarians. Three missions and a new location may be something however its over pretty quick. There is not much dialogue only a few but important sequences, because of that we can clearly see the main focus is action yet there is more action in the pinnacle station DLC than in this one. The location is basically another uncharted world to explore with the mako and those people who are bored with the side quests will not be pleased with this. However, the saving grace is the price 80 microsoft points is a really fair price and if you have a few microsoft points that spare you can easily buy this and enjoy it while it lasts and thats what brings the score up so I can recommend this DLC but only to people who liked the game and want a few more gameplay hours. Expand
  3. Dec 14, 2012
    7
    A short DLC that tries to add something new to Mass Effect. Was pleasant to experience a slightly different looking area, considering howA short DLC that tries to add something new to Mass Effect. Was pleasant to experience a slightly different looking area, considering how bland and repeated the other worlds were. Also nice that it also gives you a chance to score really rare equipment as a final reward. Granted, it is possible to get the equipment via normal means, but the chances are really low. Overall: A decent DLC and a worthy addition to Mass Effect. Expand
  4. Mar 9, 2013
    7
    The first DLC to Mass Effect comes in the form of "Bring Down the Sky", where Batarian extremists plan to crash an asteroid into a humanThe first DLC to Mass Effect comes in the form of "Bring Down the Sky", where Batarian extremists plan to crash an asteroid into a human colony named Terra Nova, and you need to stop it. You and your squad land on the asteroid and that's where the DLC starts.

    You get about an hour or two of gameplay, while getting your first look at the Batarian race and going through the story. It's not a critical part of the game, but since it's so cheap (free with the PC version), it's hard not to get it.
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  5. Jun 8, 2011
    7
    This DLC is more Mass Effect, so in the end it's hard to complain, but it is incredibly short, and mostly just focuses on combat instead ofThis DLC is more Mass Effect, so in the end it's hard to complain, but it is incredibly short, and mostly just focuses on combat instead of the dialog, and the concept of terrorists trying to destroy a planet is really cool, but never really makes it as cool as it could be, some more dialog with the terrorist like trying to negotiate with him, and rescuing hostages would have been nice, and it could have been longer, in the end there is a moral choice to make, and is fun, but while it is a good DLC I will only recommend it to Mass Effect super fans who are looking for a little bit more gameplay time, but others can safely pass. Expand