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article imageVideo: 'Mass Effect - Paragon Lost' behind-the-scenes production

By Can Tran     Nov 30, 2012 in Entertainment
FUNimation, the North American distributor for "Mass Effect: Paragon Lost," has streamed a few behind-the-scenes production clips.
The full-length Japanese anime film “Mass Effect: Paragon Lost” is due for a DVD/Blu-Ray Disc release on December 28. The film has already been screened in a few North American cities. Mass Effect: Paragon Lost is the prequel to “Mass Effect 3.” In respects to Mass Effect 3, the latest downloadable content (DLC) is available for download and play. The events in Mass Effect: Paragon Lost play a role in the disposition of Lieutenant James Vega in the storyline of Mass Effect 3. Freddie Prinze Jr. reprises his role as Lieutenant Vega for Mass Effect: Paragon Lost.
Mass Effect is developed by Electronic Arts through BioWare. For the anime, Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, Electronic Arts collaborated with FUNimation Entertainment, Production I.G and T.O. Entertainment. Production I.G and T.O. Entertainment worked together to produce the anime movie while FUNimation is the North American distributor. In preparation for the DVD/Blu-Ray release, FUNimation has streamed some behind-the-scenes production clips, a trailer clip, and a three-minute movie clip.
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