Bioware: Mass Effect 2 is Bigger and Better

me2Even though we all knew it was going to happen, Mass Effect 2 has finally been officially announced for the Xbox 360 and the PC, so it’s time for us all to stand up and take notice.

Not only is it now official, but Bioware is also bringing out the big funs, saying that Mass Effect 2 is going to surpass the original through better combat, more customization and a rocking story. While I know that it’s every company’s job to hype their product like this, I can’t help but get giddy about the prospect of another game set in Mass Effect’s universe. This is easily my most wanted game for 2010.

So who is on board the hype train with me for Mass Effect 2? Does anyone believe that it will surpass the first?

Source- Kotaku

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7 thoughts on “Bioware: Mass Effect 2 is Bigger and Better”

  1. Im going to get it as soon as it comes out! I loved the first one, though the combat, and repetitive side quests, all seemed to take place in a bunker never outside on the awesome landscape, kept me from playing it more than 3 times.

  2. All Aboard!

    I am already excited for this game! I loved the first game, so if the second promises more of the first and better – then I am so ready for it!
    … I just hope that my rig can still handle it on untra-high settings.

  3. Sounds pretty cool – I’ve finished the first one, but I’m finding it hard to bring myself to play it through again.

    No new games for me for a while though, until I can acquire more dinero.

  4. Not only am I on the train, I am the conductor. I put over 100 hours in the first game, and I can’t wait for the next. It’s in good hands, Bioware will surpass the first.

  5. Confirmed for 360 and PC? Are my glasses not working, or is there no mention (at least, as of yet) of confirmation of a PS3 version?

  6. They better make the shooting and vehicles much more streamlined.
    If they do that, I’ll probably love Mass Effect 2 so much, I’ll forget that I don’t live on the Citadel.

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