ok well..... u all will want this so Go to My Documents/Bioware (where save games and stuff are) Go to My Documents / Bioware (where save games and stuff are)
Go into Config files Open BioImput ini file with Notepad.locate the section [Engine.Console] and beneath it enter the line ConsoleKey=Tilde and then hit return so there is an extra space in between sections.
fly - enable fly mode. Very awkward controls.
GiveAllArmor - Gives all Armors
GiveAllBioamps - Gives Bio Amps, replace the xs with the name of the manufactuer
GiveAllOmniTools - Gives Omni Tool, replace the xs with the name of the manufactuer
giveall - gives you everything exept for armor.
givexp # - replace # with desired amount of experience points
setparagon # - replace # with desired amount of paragon points
setrenegade # - replace # with desired amount of renegade points
givetalentpoints # - replace # with the desired amount of talent points.
walk - return to normal on foot control
ghost - walk through walls
When you find Ontarom (Dead Scientists assignment takes place here) look for the gold deposit, around it is a herd of cows that look more like lizards and deer put together. One cow is labeled "shifty-looking cow" if you try to talk to it nothing will happen, but when you walk away it will steal some of your credits (don't worry it's only about 8). There's no way to take them back either, even if you kill it.
Nihlus the first Spectre you meet is a nod to Darth Nihlus in KOTOR 2 they even have the same face paint.
The Selkath undewater base in KOTOR 1 has the same name as the rift station in Mass Effect where you confront the Rachni.
A lot of characters in Mass Effect are similarly named to races and characters in the KOTOR games like the Thorian refers to the Ithorians from KOTOR, Saren's injuries (geth implants) are a reference to to Malaks face injuries in KOTOR cuz before they both betray the good guys the get badly damaged in a fight of some sort.
On the planet Noveria when you are in the hot labs with the Russian doctor tells you of the plasma purge ask him for the codes and a Rachni solider will kill him. Don't get the codes off his body and go to the V.I. - you only have two options, leave or mumble something. Choose mumble, then Shepard will mumble "Sic Semper Tyranns" which John Wilkes Booth said after shooting president Lincoln.
When you first land on Luna, the moon of Earth, look at your map and head west toward the three buildings with the six turrets. After destroying the turrets, park the mako in the middle of the three buildings and look around for Earth. Once you have found it zoom in as far as possible and you can see that Earth is backwards.Florida is where California is and California is where Florida is.
On the planet Noveria, go to the hotel bar and speak with the Turian named Lorik Quinn. Take his quest to steal data from his office. Once you find the data, the receptionist will ask you to get Quinn to testify. Tell her you will, and then go back to Quinn.
To get all the Paragon or Renegade points you want do the following:
1. Tell Quinn he should testify (top left).
2. He will refuse. Select either Charm (for Paragon) or Intimidate (for Renegade) to gain points.
3. Ask him again about the Matriarch.
4. Select other questions and youÃ¯Â¿Â½ll be able to repeat the same dialogue and gain more points.
Can be done anytime after saving Dr. Michel, and coming back to the Citadel.
After you do the supply drop mission from Dr. Michel she will give you a discount on the supplies she sells. However this discount works both ways as she will now buy anything you sell to her for much more than the other vendors. Now sell her as much stuff as you can, and go to Expat, you can buy back the stuff and still make a profit, keep on doing this and you will unlock the millionaire achievement.
*The first time you will lose money but ultimately you gain a ton of Credits, and it only takes about 45 min.*
During the game you will notice red lights on the side of your weapons. The red lines on your guns represent how combat effective they are, determined by more red lines and how dark of a tint they represent allows you to know how much damage they posses.
Hardcore Mode - Complete the game once
Insane Difficulty - Complete the game on Hardcore without changing the difficulty during gameplay
Increased Level Cap (51 - 60) - Complete the game once
New Game + - Start a New Game, then select to use existing Career. You'll be playing with your older character (with all items and skills intact)
Entry location: Unlocking certain achievements allows you to gain certain benefits for your second play through the game.
+10% Experience Bonus - Complete 75% of Game
+10% Hardening Bonus - Complete 75% of Game with Ashley in Squad
+10% Health Bonus - Kill 150 Organic Beings
+10% Shield Bonus - Kill 250 Synthetics
+25% Marksman Cooldown Bonus - Attain 150 Kills with Pistol
Assault Rifle Skill for New Characters - Attain 150 Kills with Assault Rifle
Decryption Skill for New Characters - Use Sabotage 75 Times
Electronics Skill for New Characters - Use Overload 75 Times
Shielding Skill for New Characters - Use Dampening 75 Times
Shotgun Skill for New Characters - Attain 150 Kills with Shotgun
Sniper Rifle Skill for New Characters - Attain 150 Kills with Sniper Rifle
Spectre Grade Weapons for Purchase - Attain 1,000,000 Credits in your Wallet.
Best of the Best (50) - Take first place in 12 combat scenarios on Pinnacle Station.
New Sheriff in Town (50) - Take first place in any combat scenario on Pinnacle Station.
Undisputed (50) - Complete Ahern's survival mission.
Entry location: Assult on Choras Den (second playthrough)
On a second playthrough, just before you go in to the room where Fist is, you will see two guards. Talk to them with Rex in your party. Using the Rengade option will make they will walk off. After the conversation, there will be a box to your left containing the pulse rifle.
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