This detailed (pre-rocket damage) Garrus costume was made by Robert Rodgers. It has a total of 75 LEDs, the Turian’s trademark visor and a moveable mouth. Contact Rodgers if you want to order one.
It doesn’t show much, and it doesn’t show anything new, but this is still a trailer that many PS3 owners have been waiting for. Mass Effect 2 drops 1/18/11, and will also be available on PSN.
Mass Effect 1’s Mako was short for “makin’ me mad,” but we’re actually looking forward to the Hammerhead: the hovertank will be a free Mass Effect 2 DLC and will include new missions.
Other than a strange-looking Commander, we’re pretty impressed by DC Unlimited’s Mass Effect 2 Series 1 action figures; the four-piece set includes Tali, Thane, Grunt, and Shepard.
Ah, Mass Effect 2, you manage to squeeze in one more trailer for 1/27 or 1/28, but at least it’s a badass one: bounty hunter and merc Zaeed Massani is a free, zero-day DLC.
Get ready to kick some Collector ass through the Omega-4 mass relay 1/26/10: celebrate Mass Effect 2’s arrival next week with this absolutely epic launch trailer. Thanks, IceBone!
This N7 Dev Diary for Mass Effect 2 shows how you can make Shepard a badass (or just an ass), but at the heart of it are the N7 missions: these optional quests are found by exploring planets.
This Sci vs. Fi doc for Mass Effect 2 sounds technical, but it actually waxes philosophical on having a free world with a fixed ending, the virtues of sci-fi, and the interactivity of games.
Mass Effect 2’s Soldier class gets a gun-slingin’ trailer above; it’s the only class that can use assault rifles and all special ammo types, plus the concussive shot and adrenaline powers.
Mass Effect 2’s Subject Zero gets in Shepard’s face in the trailer above; the human biotic is also psychotic, unpredictable, and always pissed off–in other words, a perfect squad member.
Get up close and really personal with the Vanguard class in Mass Effect 2, which features a new biotic charge ability; use it to either quickly flank enemies or flee in a hurry.
Though far shorter than previous trailers, these Assassin and Savage trailers for Mass Effect 2 manage to be both entertaining and succinct; in the deep words of Grunt: “I love to fight.”
Bioware co-founder Ray Muzyka gives us an overview of Mass Effect 2’s new features in this Upgrades Interview; he covers the improved combat system, exploration, and progression.
Mass Effect 2’s Infilitrator class gets a stealthy reveal in the trailer above: it only focuses on one talent–the tactical cloak–but it’s perfect for games of hide and geth seek.
We teased Shepard’s fearsome threesome last week, but the full Blur Trailer for Mass Effect 2 is now available on Xbox Live and online: it’s basically three minutes of sci-fi awesomeness.
Jack of all trades, master of … everything: the Sentinel class continues to be a versatile biotech and tech class in Mass Effect 2, but gains a more durable (and explosive) Tech Armor talent.
It may be a teaser trailer to a full-length trailer due out 12/22 on Xbox Live, but this cinematic video for Mass Effect 2 is awesome enough on its own with narration by Martin Sheen.
Calling Mass Effect 2 star-studded is an understatement; this Voice Cast video includes Martin Sheen, Tricia Helfer, and Seth Green, as well as actors from Star Trek, The Matrix, and Firefly.
It lacks biotic abilities, but Mass Effect 2’s Combat Engineer class has a few notable tricks: it can deploy drones and hack mechs as well as incinerate, overload, and freeze targets.
We don’t plan on featuring every character trailer for Mass Effect 2, but Samara is just too good to pass up: this elite Asari warrior is a biotic badass with a trick that’s literally high-flying.
Mass Effect 2’s Adepts get a mind-bending, matter-rearranging upgrade in this class trailer; new abilities including angling and curving shots around corners, plus a shockwave power.
This Vanguard trailer for Mass Effect 2 amps up the Adept/Soldier with a wicked dash/warp move (think Sonic meets Hadouken); also glimpsed: heat-sink discharge and on-suit meters.
Available 1/26/10: Mass Effect 2’s Collector Edition isn’t a Shepard slam dunk, but only $10 more gets you an art book, comic book, behind the scenes DVD, and in-game weapons and armor.
Our favorite turian returns with this Garrus trailer for Mass Effect 2; roughly half of it is cinematic dialog, but the payoff comes swiftly with our first substantive peek at combat gameplay.
No space opera is complete without its villains, and this Enemies trailer for Mass Effect 2 delivers them en masse: we get a look at the Collectors, as well as the Reapers and Geth.
This Omega trailer for Mass Effect 2 starts off about a mining facility, but “Grunt” steals the show: he’s a reckless Krogan with a penchant for making a mess out of everything and everyone.
Mass Effect 2’s developers spill the beans, above; you’ll learn more about the plot, combat, space exploration and permanent consequences: characters really can die.
Half of this E3 trailer for Mass Effect 2 was already seen in the teaser, but what’s new is worth watching: let’s just say that Shepard is packing some seriously radioactive weaponry.
It may be a teaser, but with a length of over a minute, beautifully epic visuals and a huge character reveal at 0:39, this second video for Mass Effect 2 is full of Geth-slayin’ win.
While it doesn’t show us everything we want to see, this Mass Effect 2 Prelude in advance of E3 gives away just enough with an emphasis on intense combat and a darker storyline.
BioWare really knows how to leave us wanting more: this teaser for Mass Effect 2 not only slaps a KIA on Commander Shepherd but shows a Geth with his armor… more, please?
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