Mass Effect 2 is an action role-playing game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The game is a sequel to Mass Effect, and the second game of the series. ME 2 is easily one of the most compelling, exciting and emotional experiences you’ll ever experience while playing a game. The first Mass Effect game was bleak and dark – but the ME2 has flushed the game with colors of galaxies and nebulas making it much more interesting. The games art design is more intense and has improved on many counts.
A few things that make this game awesome are the great cast of interesting and diverse characters and the excellent dialogue and voice acting. The developers have included solid shooting mechanics which make for exciting encounters. Each level feels fresh due to highly imaginative level design.
So here we present the Mass Effect 2 Windows 7 Theme for all the ME 2 fans. It consists of 30+ HD Wallpapers, Custom Mass Effect Icons and Select Game Sounds for a complete ME2 Experience on your Desktop.
Mass Effect 2 Windows 7 Theme Screenshots:
These are just a few of the many wallpapers you would get with the Mass Effect 2 Game theme. Download the theme for get all the wallpapers.
Custom Icons For Mass Effect 2 Windows 7 Theme:
When you apply the ME2 Windows 7 Theme on your desktop, the same old boring desktop icons would be replaced by custom Mass Effect 2 Icons.
We have also included a number of select Game Sounds which you would hear while applying the theme as well as while shutting down and starting your computer.
Download Mass Effect 2 Windows 7 Theme:
We have a dedicated download page for Windows 7 Mass Effects 2 theme. You can also explore various other Windows 7 Themes we have created before, on our themes download page.
Download Mass Effect 2 Windows 7 Theme
Mass Effect 2 Fun Facts and Trivia:
- Alan Bartlett Shepard, was the second person and the first American in space (May 5, 1961). He later commanded the Apollo 14 mission in 1971 and became the fifth person to walk on the Moon. The Main Character name has been derived from his name.
- Shepard is always male in advertisements.
- You can customize and use any first name you want – but it’s never shown or heard during game play.
- The male Shepard also seems to speak with a hint of Canadian dialect. This may be because Mark Meer, the voice of the male Shepard, is Canadian.
- The default names of both the male and female Shepard are the names for unidentified missing persons (John and Jane Doe).
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