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Mass Effect 2 (PC) DLC

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#1 aronater


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Posted 05 November 2012 - 04:03 PM

Hi, I recently started playing Mass Effect 2 on PC. I'm really enjoying it, so I figured I'd check out the DLC. After some digging around it turns out that to get all the DLC (except the Cerberus Network DLC's) would cost 3600 Bioware points - approximately $45. Even just to get the four "story" DLC (Overlords, Arrival, Shadow Broker & Kasumi) and skip the alternate appearance and weapon packs, would cost 2480 bioware points, approximately $30. Now when you consider that ME2 often goes on sale for $5 (or at least on Amazon DVG where I got it), and that includes a code for the Cerberus Network, then it seems ludicrous to pay $45 or even 30 for the DLC. So I was wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to get the DLC without paying 6 - 9 times the price of the base game. Things like do they ever go on sale, or something like that. I would probably pay up to $10 for all the DLC; definitely not more. All suggestions are welcome. Thanks.

#2 Das_Regal


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Posted 11 November 2012 - 02:26 AM

Bioware points rarely go on sale. This is how EA gets you. Unfortunately, there is no solution short or illegal methods that cannot be explicitly endorsed on cag.

#3 zaishade


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Posted 11 November 2012 - 03:39 AM

The PS3 version includes 3/4 of the story DLCs that you mentioned (Arrival is not). So if you have a PS3...

Another thing you could do is to buy a console version of the soon-to-be-released Mass Effect collection, play through the game real quick and sell it back before the price drops too much.

Otherwise, I think you would be better off just watching the playthroughs on Youtube, which is what I did.

The DLC is really nothing that special and definitely NOT worth the prices Bioware is charging.

If your concern is having an ideal save file for ME3, there is a save-editor available on the PC.