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My guess there would be that the data file which stores your achievements to calculate bonuses didn't get transferred from your 360, if you even did something like that. Cause on a fresh game, you have to beat it once before your characters can level past 50.
Yep. I simply forgot that you have to finish the game once to earn XP past 50.
You can continue to use the Therum XP glitch to get from level 50-60.
Personally I think the glitch is pretty pointless as I got to level 50 simply playing the whole game as intended on my first effort and I'm pretty sure I pointed this out in one of the Mass Effect topics. Anyone working towards all the achievements will have no need for the glitch.
I may very well be the oldest member of the site, but I am far from the dumbest :)
Using this exploit over the past two days(4 in the whole month), across three(four) Sheperds.
All three took about 5 hours and 40 mins or so, to go from level 10/11 to level 57. With an average of 615 saves each(lowest was 612 and highest was 617). On my third run with the exploit. I loaded the initial save from just before I activate the Laser to start the glitch and I was already earning the Xp. It was kind of weird. I had leveled up just before making the save and had been using the exploit the entire day before, so...
However in the future I plan on doing this 3 more times for a Sentinel, Infiltrator, and another Adapt. At the start of this month I initially did this with an Adapt I created back in December and kind of forgot about. However, I had some left over Birthday money and grabbed the digital version on sale. So I can confirm this exploit works with the digital 360 version. Have not tried it on the Xone, yet.
Edit: Forgot, Level 37 is the Devil. The one for you and me.
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