Mass Effect 2's Stolen Memory DLC adds a new squad member to the game known as Kasumi Goto. She is a master thief that specializes in assassination, tech, and enemy suppression, and many players will undoubtedly be happy to have her on their teams. After spending some time with Kasumi, some fans may even become interested in pursuing a romance with her in Mass Effect 2, and this guide addresses if that is indeed possible.
To get right to it, there is simply no way to romance Kasumi Goto in this critically-acclaimed action RPG from BioWare. In fact, the options for interacting with Kasumi are generally quite limited, as they are with Zaeed Massani, another of Mass Effect 2's DLC squad members. While this information may prove to be quite disappointing to some fans, it does make sense that it is not possible to form an intimate relationship with this enigmatic thief.
As part of Take-Two's report, the company listed release number goals for "new iterations of previously released titles," which most likely indicates remasters or next-generation re-releases. The company is aiming to deliver six of them in the fiscal year 2022 and 3 more of them before the end of the fiscal year 2024. There are a lot of Take-Two Interactive games that those nine releases could end up being, but there also is a good argument for one of them being a remaster of Red Dead Redemption that many fans have been hoping for.
Red Dead Redemption launched back in May 2010 and received a sequel in 2018 that brought the series to an all-new level. Since Red Dead Redemption 2 released, many fans have pined for a remaster of the original to that same quality. Red Dead Redemption 2 is incredibly beautiful with a lot of intricate details, and many fans want to see the first game presented in a similar level of visual fidelity and detail. Another major reason fans want to see a remaster of Red Dead Redemption is the simple fact that it is only available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Both versions of the game can be played on newer consoles, but that does not help fans that only play on PC.
Red Dead Redemption 2, however, did launch on PC shortly after it did so on consoles. The sequel also sold incredibly well and even surpassed the original just 12 days after its release, and the PC version on average has double the players of its console counterparts. This means that there are a ton of Red Dead Redemption 2 players that have never experienced Red Dead Redemption and its fantastic DLC. With Red Dead Redemption 2 being a prequel that perfectly sets up players to jump into Red Dead Redemption, all those PC players are perfectly ready to jump into the original and continue the story.
There are a lot of different games that Take-Two Interactive could release for the nine remasters that the company is aiming for, but a Red Dead Redemption remaster being one of them makes a lot of sense. Not only would the game coming to PC being great for fans of the series, but Red Dead Redemption 2 also sold very well and a remaster of the first game would undoubtedly sell an impressive number of copies as well. A remaster would be able to capitalize on the increased popularity of the series as a result of the sequel and would be able to update its older graphics to bring it more in line with Red Dead Redemption 2.
Another reason it would make sense is how long games by developer Rockstar Games take to make. Its open-world titles are some of the biggest in the industry and take a lot of time to craft. Grand Theft Auto 5 released in 2013, with no official news of a sequel now, while Red Dead Redemption 2 came out 8 years after the original. Remastering Red Dead Redemption could be an opportunity for Take-Two Interactive to release a high-profile Rockstar Games title, while biding time for its next big release.
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