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Submitted by koga88 918d ago | review

Mass Effect: Paragon Lost Review [Capsule Computers]

Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes:

"Mass Effect: Paragon Lost was an addition to the Mass Effect lore that many may not have asked for, however anyone who does give the title a chance will be in for a nice treat with an emotional story and great action. The weakest character of Mass Effect 3 gets his chance to shine as James Vega’s experiences on Phel Prime expand his character immensely and show what struggles he had to go through before meeting his hero Shepard. Despite the English dub being rather sub-standard, the impressive visuals and intense battle sequences help usher in a surprisingly enjoyable movie held back by a number of flaws." (Anime, Mass Effect: Paragon Lost) 7.5/10

masterabbott  +   918d ago
ill watch this as id like to see what James Vega gets up to before he meets up with commander shephard
hazelamy  +   917d ago
i'm guessing lotsa steroids. ^_^

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