When it comes down to RPG titles of the 10’s decade one of the many games that instantly come to mind to many people is how cool Mass Effect II was. When Mass Effect II was developed by Bioware and published by Electronic Arts in 2010 many people fans and critics alike where highly impressed by this RPG classic. Not only was Mass Effect II a cinematic masterpiece but the concept of having the plot for this game connected with prequel and sequel was brilliant. The decisions that players made in the first Mass Effect game would be carried over into Mass Effect II which made the original title more desirable to play beforehand. This single-player Action RPG not only has great storytelling but it also has an amazing visuals with optimal gameplay features in comparison to its prequel. The beginning of the game was interesting because the story takes place shortly after the events of the original Mass Effect.
Also, Commander Shepard who apparently died during the beginning of the game is revived a few years later which was something many people did not expect. After coming back to life Shepard is given a new starship known as Normandy SR-2 along with being expected to create a team of multiple individuals. While Shepard works for Cerberus he makes some interesting discoveries on his journey regarding a plot that involves the Collectors in regards to the development of a “Human-Reaper”. Along with having an interesting plot there were other features in Mass Effect II such as the class system, freedom of choice, gameplay, voice acting along with the artistic design that was very impressive. The side quests in this game were also something special since each one had intriguing plots while giving players more things do while gaining extra hours of gameplay. Since its release Mass Effect II has sold over 3.1 million units worldwide for the Xbox 360 while reaching over 1.4 million for the PlayStation 3. Mass Effect II was probably one of the coolest RPG that one could play for the Xbox 360 and was definitely a game that exceeded the quality of its predecessor in more ways than one.