Published on September 8th, 2012 | by Derek Strickland, Contributor

Mass Effect 3’s Anime ‘Paragon Lost’ Delayed to Dec. 28th

Funimation, the studio responsible for a sizable portion of America’s anime, reports that the Mass Effect 3 Paragon Lost anime prequel will be pushed back to a December 28th release.

If you’re not familiar with the upcoming adaptation, it’s a prequel set before the events of Mass Effect 3 and follows Alliance Marine James Vega as he leads an elite Special Forces unit into battle against the mysterious extraterrestrials known as The Collectors. Faced with the alien menace, Vega and his team must struggle to protect civilians and do their duty as Alliance soldiers and wage war on the ruthless Collectors.

Freddie Prinze Jr. reprises his role as the voice of Vega in Paragon Lost–among other noteworthy voice actors–to deliver an enjoyable and authentic experience to fans of the Mass Effect universe.

For more information on Mass Effect 3: Paragon Lost please visit the official website.


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