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Have a good laugh at the awful Mass Effect: Paragon Lost trailer

13 Jul 2012  by   Peter Parrish
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An important warning today about the dangers of playing fast and loose with your successful videogame license.

There are many things wrong with this newly-released Mass Effect: Lost Paragon trailer – poor voiceover, a terrible script, naff animation – but the biggest problem is that it’s labelled as a Mass Effect project. This could all have been avoided if someone at EA or Bioware had just been a bit more careful with who, what and how they license the series.

Experience this anime treat for yourselves, below.

Will the Mass Effect series eventually be devalued beyond all meaningful measure? Tune in in about five years to find out.

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  1. sebastiaan van vliet

    i love anime and i have seen tons of anime, this simply doesn’t say anime but cheap flash project.
    do they honestly think they can come with this….whatever it’s suppose to be and just say anime like it’s no problem, no self respected anime fan can call this truly anime.

    July 13, 2012 at 8:51 pm

  2. Facelord

    Mass Effect sucks ass, it’s such a horrible game series. I personally hope this damages the series.

    August 24, 2012 at 1:39 am

    1. Facelord

      Wait, wait, wait, this looks like the best Mass Effect product so far. The animation doesn’t look all that cheap, it’s a little better than the average episode of an anime show. I’d say that’s the best part of it, the animation. You can’t get anything out of the voice acting or writing based on that awful narration, either. I’m gonna assume this is the best Mass Effect thing ever since the games suck so much ass and just ignore it.

      August 24, 2012 at 1:42 am

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