|Reach Level 30 with one character|
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|Comment #1 by YYZ1166|
Sunday, December 26, 2010 @ 10:55:32 AM
Guess this has to be done with a new character? I imported from ME1 and I'm at level 9 and there isn't any progress for this one.
|Comment #2 by tF HlyHndGrnade|
Thursday, January 20, 2011 @ 03:24:59 PM
No it works for an imported one I believe, just need to get even closer to it before the progress comes up, or something. Not all the achievements show a progress bar that i'm aware of. I think I lost my save, so I have to go back through using a new character. Gotta just grind it out again, though it's a fun game, so not to bad.
|Comment #3 by wkd archer|
Tuesday, February 08, 2011 @ 06:03:06 AM
cant remember which character i used 4 this as i've completed game with every different class, massive M.Effect addict roll M.E 3
|Comment #4 by superFuDG3|
Tuesday, February 08, 2011 @ 04:59:53 PM
I finished the game on Veteran difficulty and after watching the credits you have two choices. Continue and play any DLC or finish missions you havent completed or create a new game using all your skills, armour and weapons you collected in the first run through. I got the Level 30 "Power Gamer" achievement in the first 5 mins of the second runthrough as I finished the first runthrough on level 29.
***WARNING*** Taking this option will ERASE any save games you have and overwrite them with the new game
|Comment #5 by samoan62|
Wednesday, March 09, 2011 @ 05:01:01 PM
i finish evry dlc and most missions and im at 29 with 750 exp to go. Since arrivals coming out ill b able to do this with 1 playthrough
|Comment #6 by sklineberry|
Wednesday, May 18, 2011 @ 04:27:14 PM
Mine never showed any progress but I did receive the achievement hmmm...
|Comment #7 by niko da bos|
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 @ 03:05:18 PM
wtf they go from max lvl 60, to max lvl 30. watered down rpg
|Comment #8 by Saracin|
Saturday, August 06, 2011 @ 08:37:43 AM
@#7 Well there are a lot less skills in this one, so obviously they wouldn't need as many levels this time around. I just miss the rewards you got for most of the achievements in the first game.
|Comment #9 by ComplicatedOrc|
Saturday, August 27, 2011 @ 11:22:35 AM
I hope in the third game there are more skills to level. I think they said it'd
be more of an rpg again.
|Comment #10 by Galiant|
Sunday, September 04, 2011 @ 05:10:40 AM
@8 I think the idea behind #7's statement is that the leveling system in ME2 is shit compared to ME1. And I agree with that. I was HIGHLY disappointed to see how few ways there were to level up. I love having an expansive list of abilities, it makes everyones playthrough more unique... I mean, by the time you get to level 25 in ME2, almost everyones characters are going to be the same. So stupid that they dumbed it down. Same thing with DA:Origins to DA2... I have to say that Bioware made really dumb moves on two sequels to two amazing originals.
|Comment #11 by Blood Scarab|
Thursday, September 29, 2011 @ 07:59:56 PM
I just dislike the fact you get the majority of experience for completing missions instead of getting experience from killing enemies. Other than that this is a great game.
|Comment #12 by Master54901|
Saturday, November 12, 2011 @ 06:37:02 AM
Simple if youve got enough time seeing as you can carry over characters from past playthroughs! Think that works anyway I got it in one with all the dlc.
|Comment #13 by Dos P3rros|
Sunday, March 04, 2012 @ 01:50:03 PM
do you level up just as fast one your second playthrough w/ the same guy (basically, leveling up each time you complete a mission)?
|Comment #14 by Yoda8myhead|
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 @ 11:13:07 PM
I am at level 29 now and have not even gone through the Omega Relay yet (heck, I don't even have Legion). I imported a level 50 character from ME and have played through all three major DLCs as well as just about every side-quest. It's totally possible to get this in one playthough if you have the three longer DLCs and really focus on getting all the small stuff out of the way before finishing the game.
|Comment #15 by Mc1ovin11|
Thursday, April 05, 2012 @ 02:15:08 AM
#14 if you go for legion and get him loyal you should level up for recruiting him and for getting loyality-you need the right paragon/renegade levels to keep him and tali loyal.so in a point if you go for legion you should get to level 30 before you go through Omega relay.
Which remimds me i am on 29 and wondered if i could attain level 30 by doing the final mission-ie going thru the omega relay?
|Comment #16 by mad m|
Friday, April 13, 2012 @ 05:18:25 PM
im only lvl 21 everyones loyle ecept 4 jack
:( :( :(
|Comment #17 by LadyNym23|
Saturday, May 11, 2013 @ 10:50:47 AM
I just reached this with a new character, didn't seem to be able to do this with my level 50 imported character (although I missed a few side quests & didn't have the DLC's at the time) I only just got to level 30 after gaining Legion's loyalty. So it's just a matter of making sure you get all the side quests done.
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