If you can't get enough of the Mass Effect universe, you've probably been anxiously waiting for the Legendary Pictures live action film. Since the film is still a whiles away from hitting the big screen, you may have to turn to Funimation's anime film adaptation to get your Mass Effect fix. After having a release date pushed back several times, it looks like the film is finally going to hit retail shelves this December.
Titled Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, the anime takes place sometime between the stories of Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3. The film is centered around James Vega, one of the crew mates from Mass Effect 3. The beefy super-soldier will be voiced by actor Freddie Prinze Jr., reprising his role from the Mass Effect 3 game.
Here's the official synopsis from Funimation:
Mass Effect: Paragon Lost will be available on DVD and Blu-Ray December 28. Which characters would you like to see in the upcoming film?