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Hekseville Citizen
Registered: 10/08/2010
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Re: Mass Effect 2 Armor

Feb 7, 2011

the DLC armor, in my opinion, isn't worth the money since it didn't really change much in the game and based on my class i ended up switching back to the original armor i had on prior to it all lol but even on principal customizable armor is better simply because you can tailor it to your specific needs!

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Hekseville Citizen
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Re: Mass Effect 2 Armor

Feb 7, 2011

Carbonox_Ratchet wrote:

I would have hoped for an Iron Man/Isaac (from Dead Space) style where your helmet transforms around your head to show or cover your face. Hopefully that is implemented in Mass Effect 3.

That's awesome.  I thought of something similar because I like having my face showing during the RPG style parts of the game (not fighting).  The voice is also understandly put through a filter when a helmet is equipped (other than the regular N7 helmet).  I also hope that they put this in ME3.

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First Son
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Re: Mass Effect 2 Armor

Feb 17, 2011

The Kestrel Armor from the DLC is sweet and it comes in pieces so you can mix it up with other armor pieces. I like the Collector Armor and the Blood Dragon Armor, but I prefer using the full Kestrel Armor on Hardcore or Insanity.

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Lombax Warrior
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Re: Mass Effect 2 Armor

Feb 20, 2011

i'd have to conclude that the Kestrel Armor is the best, but i rarely use it (mainly because of those damned blue lights, they clash with my color schemes -_-). I'm more into using the Cerberus Assault Armor and the Terminus Armor, though if the helmets were optional they would be even better.

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