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Another main character voiced by Steven Blum...hum. Is there no one else in voice acting?

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Make it free to play, and I'll even buy a new copy. Sorry Bioware, we didn't exactly ask for an MMO. Don't worry, I'll still buy anything Mass Effect related without pause.

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Thanks Gamespot for taking a stand on this one. The ending provided closure and a scenario no one could have predicted. Thanks for the journey Shepard. Everyone can complain all they want, but the ending was something special.

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You have a point about tie-ins. However, Liar of the Shadow Broker is the best part of Mass Effect 2. Simply amazing. An 8.5 score doesn't do it justice. Also, I could have done without Vega.

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Looks like publishers want to force us into piracy. As for an "online pass," well, single player has always been more enjoyable for me anyway.

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As an occational PSP user, I kind of pumped to get some free stuff. That being said, if I did use PSN the way I use XBLA I'd be extremely pissed.

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I'm glad someone put this into perceptive. Thank you Magrino. I think the Hotspot should interview you, in fact.

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@dovonob Yeah, Target is a department store. I was so pissed when they wouldn't take back a game I broke the seal on (just the seal, honestly). So I tried a few things, and the shrink wrap and wrapping paper bit worked the best. I did try more than one Target too. I made it a commitment.

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@ dovonob I save the shrink wrap for my PC games. Then you can reseal it all up and take it back! I have had to sweet-talk some Target employees before. Also, try taping a small piece of wrapping paper to the box and save the gift receit to claim you recevied it as a gift, and were a little to eager when you unwrapped it(it DOES work).