Mass Effect 2: Digital Deluxe

Third party DRM: Origin

Please note that the free third-party service, Origin, must be used to activate this title.


Digital Deluxe Edition includes:

• Collector Armor and Assault Rifle - Two bonus in-game items: advanced regeneration armor and a powerful shield-shredding assault rifle.

• Incisor Rifle - Firing three shots with each pull of the trigger, the Incisor Rifle is designed to decimate shields before the enemy even realizes they have been hit.

• Original Soundtrack - The Mass Effect 2 original soundtrack features 12 pieces spanning the entire Mass Effect 2 experience.

• Digital Art Book - The art book contains 48 pages of stunning full color artwork including captions from the Mass Effect 2 team.

• Digital Mass Effect Redemption #1 Comic - Featuring a limited edition cover, this issue of Redemption is the first part of a four part series as Liara T’Soni embarks on a dangerous mission to find Commander Shepard.

• Documentary Video - Featuring over 30 minutes of behind-the-scenes and making-of videos, the Mass Effect 2 documentary takes an exclusive look at how Mass Effect 2 was made.

• Cerberus Network - Included in the Digital Deluxe of Mass Effect 2 is a code to granting access to additional bonus content via the in game Cerberus Network.

Two years after Commander Shepard repelled invading Reapers bent on the destruction of organic life, a mysterious new enemy has emerged. On the fringes of known space, something is silently abducting entire human colonies. Now Shepard must work with Cerberus, a ruthless organization devoted to human survival at any cost, to stop the most terrifying threat mankind has ever faced.

To even attempt this perilous mission, Shepard must assemble the galaxy’s most elite team and command the most powerful ship ever built. Even then, they say it would be suicide. Commander Shepard intends to prove them wrong.

The Sci Fi Thriller Sequel

From the makers of Star Wars®: Knights of the Old Republic, Dragon Age: Origins, and Mass Effect comes the dark second installment in the thrilling Mass Effect Trilogy! Command a unique team of amazing characters on a perilous mission in the most dangerous regions of space. Players of the first Mass Effect can import save games to continue the story of their own Commander Shepard. New players will find a thrilling stand-alone adventure awaits them - a polished and action packed adventure that surpasses the first game in nearly every possible way. Intense Third Person Combat

Take cover, command an elite squad with ease, utilize 19 weapon classes including heavy weapons, and unleash deadly powers against your foes with an all new and improved combat system. Increased intensity with precision shooter controls to let you control the action and overcome insurmountable odds. Featuring a new location based damage system: target key weak points, and blast off limbs, ignite enemies, or cripple and disable enemy troops. An Entire Galaxy to Explore

Visit familiar locales, such as the Citadel, and travel to deadly unknown new worlds to save mankind. Survey unique planets and embark on side missions to uncover more secrets in the Mass Effect universe. Robust Character Customizations Choose a player class, customize your appearance, and tailor your own abilities and strengths. As you progress so do Shepard's abilities. Control the conversation. Improved conversation system where you can take matters into your own hands - often with the liberal application of force.

Customer reviews


Great game with some great additional content in this version.

Kordas | Dec. 13, 2013 | See all Kordas's reviews »

Mass Effect is this series of game everybody heard about. It has great story, great original universe, rich history, culture and a lot of stories to tell. It should be no surprise that after wonderful 1st game, Bioware did even better with the second one. The story is as compelling as the original game, gameplay is 200 times better (yeah, that was only factor that annoyed me a little in the first game), graphics are much improved, as well, it's just a perfect continuation of the series. The dialogues are really something that gets you immersed into this world! Some new races were added to the game, and favourite characters from Mass Effect 1 are back to help Shepard agains a new threat. Everyone sci-fi fan or not should try this amazing experience (of course only after finishing the first one, since you can import your decisions to the second and then third game!).


Less chore, more fun

andymanmessiah | Oct. 30, 2013 | See all andymanmessiah's reviews »

I hated Mass Effect 1. It was a slow, plodding third-person shooter with poorly implemented cover mechanics and a clumsy level-up system. Sidequests were largely boring and involved making drops on uninhabited planets that all look the same in your incredibly dubious space car (!) only to drive to point X and shoot person Y. The story was recycled from other BioWare games and had you go to four different areas in search for things that would eventually lead you to a fifth planet.

Enter Mass Effect 2. Refined shooting mechanics. No bull. This is a game that knows what it is. Sidequests are polished and all have their very own unique environments. Interaction with your party members have been greatly improved. Mass Effect 2 also makes a big point to let you explore the Mass Effect universe, something Mass Effect 1 completely failed other than a boring "encyclopedia" function. Also ME2 uses actual ammo instead of ME1's unlimited ammo schtick. That's another plus.

Complaints for this game from people who loved the first game is mostly of the "ME2 is not a RPG" nature. The Mass Effect games are not RPGs. They're shooters and the first game sucked.

Oh! And no goddamn elevators in this game either!


Mass Effect 2 Review

nibblemonkey | May 17, 2012 | See all nibblemonkey's reviews »

Mass Effect 2 is the Sequel to Mess Effect as is better than it by making improvements in very area if the game. One of the main differences is that the weapons in the game now use ammo rather than have a cooldown like they did in Mass Effect 1, at first this seems like a bad thing but as you play through the game you get used to it it will be better than Cooldown as it makes more sense. A lot of the customisation has been removed from the game but this is also a good thing as Mass Effect 1 had the problem of there being too much to change but everything is a lot simpler in Mass Effect 2. Overall Mass Effect 2 gives more of what made the original such a good game while changing small bits to make it better than the original.