Both Mass Effect 2 and 3 had some cracking DLCthe sneaky spy sequences of Kasumi's Stolen Memory and the rip-roaring Citadel are my two personal favourites. But they've been very difficult (and expensive) to get hold off, requiring you to mess around with clunky Bioware points rather than purchasing them outright. Things just got a bit easier, because DLC bundles for both games have just popped up on Origin.
Both packs contain all the major single and multi-player expansions, plus extra weapons, armour, digital art books, comics and soundtracks. The Mass Effect 3 bundle also comes with the extended cut of the game's controversial ending, in case you didn't get to play through it the first time round.
The prices are slightly disappointing, if you ask me. The Mass Effect 2 bundle is $24.99/21.99, while the third game's bundle is $29.99/26.99.
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: 28 May, 2008
Genre: RPG, Sci-fi, Action, Shooter, Adventure, Open World
* WINDOWS VISTA OR WINDOWS 7 USERS: Launching “Mass Effect” from Steam requires the setting “Run as Administrator”. If the User Account Control feature of Windows Vista is enabled, launching “Mass Effect” from Steam will result in failure. For users with User Account Control enabled, launch Steam using the “Run as Administrator” option or launch from the windows shortcut.