Kasumi - Stolen Memory is money well spent and a great expansion to Mass Effect 2 that tells the story about the space ninja Kasumi Goto. It really fits in the universe and feels like a natural add-on that all Mass Effect-fans should get.
Not the worst story DLC for Mass Effect 2. Kasumi 's character is interesting but too loosely elaborate. I don 't understand why Bioware didn 't add a full dialogue system for new characters. The mission on loyalty Kasumi I liked, it is advantageously different from other missions in that here it is necessary not only to shoot, but also to explore locations.
Kasumi is just a wonderful character. Funny, charming and a little bit sexy and I'm delighted that Bioware decided to include her. A real shame that she isn't given more prominence like the other characters. The loyalty mission is also pretty good as it is a bit unique, but sadly not too long. The SMG included within the mission is perhaps the real star, as it is the best in the game (at least in my opinion.) Overall: A very good DLC that is worth every penny.
Kasumi's loyalty mission and her abilities as a combat partner are certainly enjoyable, but there won't be enough content to utilize her with if you've already finished the game and don't plan on re-embarking with a fresh start.
You can appreciate what BioWare are trying to do, but personally I am tired of collecting new crew members. I have a fine and full crew; so for myself, right now I would rather have more missions that develop the main story further or give me new ways to interact with the current crew members.
This short lived DLC, while fun, is just not enough to warrant a purchase for those looking to play it standalone. However, if you will be playing this DLC during a playthrough of the game itself, it may be worth it.
To summarize, the first batch of downloadable content for Mass Effect 2 is a little on the light side, and though the Kasumi mission is relatively cheap, it’s over so quickly that you’d better hope you don’t sneeze while playing it as you’ll miss the lot.
Kasumi Stolen Memory is the first paid DLC for Mass Effect 2. It offers a really good mission, an awesome weapon and, of course, Kasumi, your new squadmate that will follow you to the Suicide Mission. Like Zaeed however, you don't get real one on one conversations like you have with the rest of your squad. But the banter she gives is great, and for that, it definitely is worth the price.
The real reason for buying this DLC is the addition of Kasumi to the roster. The DLC itself is relatively short and battles are standard ME2 fare. Shepard acting incognito is a nice change-up but it is does not live up to its potential.
Nouveau personnage, nouvelle quête... En vérité, Kasumi n'est pas très intéressante. Elle est l'un des personnages les plus superficiels du groupe (avec Jacob l'andouille) et fait pâle figure à côté de Zaeed, bien plus "marrant" lui (offert en DLC gratuit avec le réseau Cerberus).
Pour autant, sa quête (celle de Kasumi) suscite rapidement un intérêt patent. Elles est originale (dans une certaine mesure...) et sympathique, sauf la fin quelque peu convenue, il faut bien l'avouer. Bref, on ne s'ennuie pas, loin de là, mais on s'attendait à mieux quand même.
Echo-ing what other reviewers have said. I downloaded this to get extra paragon points/credits, on the offchance it might help me complete the game with everyone alive. It worked - also addition of an upgraded SMG available is a nice touch. Interesting dynamic walking around and procuring items rather than gunning your way through. Interesting character kasumi, if it comes down in price a notch id buy it, just for the extra hr or so gameplay.
SummaryCerberus has procured the service of Kasumi Goto, the galaxy’s most enigmatic master thief. In return for her help, Kasumi has asked Shepard’s help on a dangerous heist to infiltrate the vault of a deadly master criminal named Donovan Hock. Gain Kasumi’s loyalty on the planet Bekenstein, where Hock is throwing a party for the galaxy’s ri...