While not a long DLC it's worth the download if you have the Cerberus Network do to it being free if you do, when you download the DLC you get a new mission that's roughly 45 minutes to an hour long, a new heavy weapon, and a new squad member who's been confirmed to be in Mass Effect 3 (provided he survives Mass Effect 2) Zaeed, the story is pretty good and has two different endings tied to a moral choice you make, Zaeed isn't like the other followers because you can't interact with the same way you can the ones already in the game, so you never really get the same emotional connection, but in the end because it's free with the Cerberus Network it's worth the download, and I am very curious to see what role he plays in Mass Effect 3, but it's not worth purchasing the 1200 Microsoft point/ $15 dollar Cerberus Network, but if you bought it new and have the free code for it I don't see a reason not to download it.
A short DLC that adds a new Zaeed character. The character himself is loosely developed, he does not have his unique story. You can say it 's the most boring character on Shepard 's team. The loyalty mission also looks like a regular secondary quest. A single plus, these are character defense glasses on the final suicide mission.
A rather average character that is perhaps a bit too gruff for his own good. The loyalty mission is OK, but not at all that challenging or impressive. Perhaps the one good thing that comes out of this DLC (aside from Zheed) is the M-451 Firestorm, one of my favorite Heavy Weapons. Overall: An OK DLC, but you can live without it too.
SummaryShepard's shadowy backers buy the loyalty of Zaeed Massani, the galaxy's most feared bounty hunter and mercenary soldier. But Zaeed comes with baggage of his own: a mission to settle a decades-old score with Blue Suns Commander Vido Santiago and his platoon of elite mercenaries.
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