A comparison of ME2 and ME3 DLCs

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A comparison of ME2 and ME3 DLCs

Post by BleedingUranium on Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:30 am

Normandy Crash Site = base game

The Price Of Revenge = From Ashes

Cerberus Weapon & Armour/Arc Projector = Firefight

Firewalker = ???

Alternate Appearance 1 = Alternate Appearance 1

Stolen Memory = ???

Overlord = Leviathan

Equalizer/Aegis/Firepower = Groundside Resistance

Lair Of The Shadow Broker = Omega

Alternate Appearance 2 = ???

Arrival = ???



We know there will be an Alternate Appearance 2 for ME3 sometime, so that leaves Firewalker, Kasumi, and Arrival. A vehicle-based DLC, a new squadmate DLC, and a plot-necessary, Reaper/indoctrination-based finale DLC that bridges to the next game. Puts a bit of perspective on the reveal, doesn't it Cool
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Re: A comparison of ME2 and ME3 DLCs

Post by invetro on Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:35 am

It's just not Mass Effect without some wonky vehicle to drive. I'd love it if the Mako came back.

I want to drive it through the Presidium like a badass.

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Post by DoomsdayDevice on Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:05 am

I want to fly something.

Yeah.

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Re: A comparison of ME2 and ME3 DLCs

Post by Andromidius on Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:39 am

Though ME1 only had two DLC's. So it might not fit.

However, there does need to be something special to keep the game's lifespan going. Something that shakes the foundation of the game and riles up the fanbase.

Omega didn't do that. The feedback was mostly negative (despite it being a good DLC all in all, just buggy) even though its what the fanbase seems to like - relatively straightforward combat-oriented missions.
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Post by solidsnake78 on Tue Jan 15, 2013 6:46 am

Normandy crash site = base game, made me lol

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Re: A comparison of ME2 and ME3 DLCs

Post by Guest on Sun Jan 20, 2013 9:28 am

I really think we're just getting one, last, final DLC at this rate. Mission DLC, I mean.

I wondered whether we're getting an expansion, but now I no longer think so.

And a character DLC is possible, but probably not happening.

I think it's ALL about the 'Citadel DLC' now, but maybe one final one after that, but likely not.

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