Mass Effect 2: Kasumi – Stolen Memory
Buy, Download, And install Kasumi, and you'd be forgiven for thinking it didn't work. The only evidence of your purchase is an email on your terminal and a waypoint on your galaxy map, reading "Recruit The Master Thief'.
So you return to Citadel and Kasumi" tracks you down quickly - in a stupidly conspicuous, but forgivably fun, way that sets the tone of the mission. And it's a strange old task. BioWare have squeezed a heist into the Mass Effect game style with considerable skill, but it's still a difficult to buy into completely. You're at a party of the world's most decadent and criminal billionaires, running around saying "let me into the boss' bedroom please", Kasumi is a good character-a cocky but heartbroken thief who can't let go of her past. She could have been a great character in the main game, but you only get one mission with her for your money (OK, points). She's immediately loyal, so there's no revealing second mission to make it worth buttering her up. Indeed, if you've already completed the game, you're missing out on the pleasure of having her skills with you throughout the story.
So, what do you get for your quids? A new character (briefly) with unique stalking backstab attacks and flashbang grenades; a 60-minute mission (tops); and a submachine gun. Stolen Memories is definitely not big on value, but if you're a Mass Effect fan you'll find it hard to resist Which is, obviously, what EA are counting on.
Download Mass Effect 2: Kasumi – Stolen Memory
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- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP