Those lovely folks over at EA have given out another batch of screens, this time for the new Overlord DLC coming to Mass Effect 2.
Check them out after the break.
The rumour of Mass Effect 2 on the PlayStation 3 is like a very bad smell, it hangs around for a long time, much like BioShock did before it.
Now, Polish website Kiko have unearthed more evidence to support an eventual PS3 version of BioWare’s epic in the source code of the game, with the last two lines of it mentioning the PS3.
Whether this points to a cancelled version of the game for PS3, an actual release that is planned further down the line or pure coincidence we can only speculate at this point, but fingers crossed for an eventual reveal of the game going multiplat on consoles much like the GTA DLC did recently.
For those of you interested, you can find the code after the jump!
One of our most hotly anticapted games of 2010, Mass Effect 2, has now sold in excess of 2 million copies within it’s first week of going on sale, with that figure set to rise even further with the game’s European launch today.
The game has so far recieved 40 perfect scores from critics, with it overal average 96%, with MSNBC.com stating that, “Mass Effect will go down as one of the most influential video game series of all-time.”
The full PR is after the jump.
We’re all hugely hyped for Mass Effect 2 here at GOONL!NE, check out our last article on it if you still need convincing why. Today those lovely chaps at EA sent out nine more screens to whet our appetites for the game, and you can find them after the jump.
Mass Effect 2 will land on the Xbox 360 in the UK on January 29th, and in the US on January 26th for the Xbox 360.
It has Martin Sheen as the Illusive Man pinpointing Shepard’s special team for the game.
Find the trailer after the jump. But this is only a taster: the full trailer goes live on December 22nd on Xbox Live Marketplace.
The game releases on January 28th on Xbox 360 in the UK. January 25th in the US.
Since the first Mass Effect released on the Xbox 360 back in 2007, hype and demand for a sequel was big for the epic RPG that swept us away.
Mass Effect 2 is coming. The questions is can you make the ultimate sacrifice to save the galaxy?