Mass Effect 2 User Reviews
The Mass Effect trilogy is an emotionally charged science fiction adventure set in a vast universe filled with dangerous alien life and mysterious, uncharted planets. In Mass Effect 2, players will once again step into the role of the heroic Commander Shepard, commanding their crew of some of the most dangerous operatives from across the galaxy on a mission so challenging that it’s potentially suicidal. Featuring intense shooter action, a rich futuristic storyline, space exploration and emotionally engaging character interaction, the game delivers an unparalleled cinematic experience.
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If one flies to the Local Cluster and investigates Uranus, EDI will say a few humorous lines at one's attempts to launch probes into the planet.
While doing lines that involved the Illusive Man smoking, Martin Sheen would suck on a pen because he doesn't smoke.
It is the first video game in history where you can import the save game from the previous game therefore the decisions you made in the first game actually have some bearing in the second game (example if a character dies in the first game, he/she will not appear in the second).
During Miranda's loyalty mission, when she and Shepard get on an elevator, she comments why the elevator can't move faster. This is a poke at the elevators on the Citadel in the first Mass Effect, which many fans said seemed to take a very long time to move. In addition, the elevator music from the first game can be briefly heard when Miranda and Shepard first board the elevator.Quotes
Flight Lieutenant Jeff 'Joker' Moreau: If Mom could see me now, we'd have zombies on top of everything else.Easter Eggs
If you have Legion as a squad mate on a mission or go visit him in the VI core and wait a couple of minutes he will proceed to do the dance: The Robot.
When checking in at the Citadel for the first time, Captain Bailey mentions that "spending a year dead" is a common tax dodge. This is a reference to the book "The Restaurant At The End of the Universe" by Douglas Adams, where a famous band manager is spending a year dead for tax purposes.