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Old 05-01-17, 08:24 PM
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Mass Effect 2 is now available for free on Origin

Mass Effect 2 is now available for free on Origin as part of EA's "On the House" program.



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Old 05-01-17, 08:36 PM
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:P I was going to say hurray but I've already bought the trilogy edition

aaaaaaaaaany way. I noticed it was on sale not a while ago on both steam and origin, poor folk who bought it
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Get the game for free then find out it will cost about £25 to purchase the DLC from the Bethesda site using that ridiculous token system.

Utterly absurd that you can't actually buy ME2 (or ME3) in one, single complete package so long after it's release.
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Old 06-01-17, 01:09 PM
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Get the game for free then find out it will cost about £25 to purchase the DLC from the Bethesda site using that ridiculous token system.

Utterly absurd that you can't actually buy ME2 (or ME3) in one, single complete package so long after it's release.
Agreed - just purchased the Kasumi and Arrival for ME2 and I still haven't got all the DLC yet......

Where were the GOY editions?
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Where were the GOY editions?
Publishing studio politics and greed have conspired to mean there hasn't and probably never will be any.
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