Mass Effect Volume 1: Redemption

Kobo ebook | June 8, 2010

byMac Walters

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The eagerly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster science-fiction epic IGN.com named the #1 Xbox 360 game of all time, Mass Effect 2 begins with the disappearance of Commander Shepard. The story of what happens next-exclusive to this graphic novel-will have the commander's companion Dr. Liara T'Soni undertake a deadly mission of extraordinary importance in the Milky Way's lawless Terminus Systems. * Mass Effect Volume 1 features essential developments in the Mass Effect gaming saga, plus a special behind-the-scenes section with sketches and more. * Collects the four-issue miniseries.

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The eagerly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster science-fiction epic IGN.com named the #1 Xbox 360 game of all time, Mass Effect 2 begins with the disappearance of Commander Shepard. The story of what happens next-exclusive to this graphic novel-will have the commander's companion Dr. Liara T'Soni undertake a deadly mission of extrao...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 8, 2010Publisher:Dark Horse ComicsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1621150763

ISBN - 13:9781621150763

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great addition to the ME universe Mass Effect Redemption is a graphic novel which combines the 4 individual comic books produced earlier this year. It tells the interim story of what happens to Commander Shepard during the beginning of ME2 and when the player takes over 2 years later. The story takes place from Liara T'Soni's perspective, a major character from ME1. Although written by one of the head writers of the ME series, the dialogue is a bit thin. However, it's a neat story and drawn in a colourful and vibrant way. There is also a sketchbook section at the end showing how the drawings evolved. I would hesitate to recommend this graphic novel to anyone who is not a fan of the ME series as it would be confusing and not offer much to them. For fans of the series though, this is a terrific addition.
Date published: 2010-06-25