To promote the December 28th release of Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, Freddie Prinze, Jr. sat down with FUNimation to discuss reprising the role of James Vega and his past expience with anime. Then he sat down with FUNi again to apologize for using the dated, frowned upon term "japanimation" and assure everyone that he is a true geek at heart. Get a look after the jump.
Ahead of its December 28th release, FUNimation has posted an almost ten minute preview of Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, the Production I.G (Ghost in the Shell) animated spin-off of BioWare's sci-fi game series. The anime distributor has also posted a new English trailer for the long awaited collection of episodes 5-8 of the Hellsing Ultimate OVA. Get a look after the jump.
Given that Mass Effect anime movie Paragon Lost was recently pushed back to December 28th, FUNimation had to push out promo material with the new date, and that seems like it was the perfect opportunity to reveal the animated feature's voice cast. Freddie Prinze Jr. voices along with your favorite dub regulars, so see who's who after the jump.
Hopefully you didn't have your heart set on giving or receiving Mass Effect: Paragon Lost this holiday season. The official @MassEffectAnime on twitter shared the news that the FUNimation release of the sci-fi game anime tie-in has been bumped from November 13th back to December 28th. More after the jump.
Fighting for some San Diego Comic-Con eyeballs among all the Hollywood hype, FUNimation has premiered the first full trailer for Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, the Production I.G animated feature set before the events of the third game in the Bioware sci-fi series. Not at Comic-Con? Fortunately you can catch it online after the jump.