Mass Effect 2 is a game that some people thought was okay. If you haven't played it - and you might not have done, what with all that stuff you were doing - then it's a good time to play the demo. Demo? Yes. Here's what the digital mouth of EA/Bioware say about that "demo": "In the demo, players step into the role of Commander Shepard and must escape from a Cerberus space station under siege. Players can jump ahead to a later mission where they must rescue Subject Zero, a hardened, dangerous criminal from a heavily guarded prison ship. Once they play the demo, players will be able to create a save and carry over their character along with the experience points, story decisions, achievements and weapons earned into the full version of the game – picking up right where they left off." It's right here. It is 1.87gb.
So that's that. There's also some new DLC out tomorrow, and that's called Overlord, and that apparently has “five levels set across one story on one planet”. I'm going to pick it up, and maybe, maybe finish playing through Mass Effect 2. No, really, I'm still on that. What can I say? There's all this stuff I've been doing.