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Mass Effect: Redemption Paperback – June 2, 2010
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About the Author
Plotter Mac Walters is the lead writer on Mass Effect 2, the blockbuster video game from Bioware.
Scripter John Jackson Miller is the author of the national best-selling novel, Star Wars: Knight Errant, nine Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic graphic novels, and the Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the Sith eBook series.
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Keep in mind, this is a comic, and done in comic book style. The art is good, reminiscent of the better Star Wars books published by Dark Horse. The characters and locations look like they are supposed to. Most of the characters are of the games' various alien species, and they look and talk like they do in game.
The writing and story is typical of a comic, it focuses on action and combat. You don't get a huge amount of exposition, so if you're looking for every nuance of why the Collectors and Cerberus were racing for Shepard's body, you won't find that here.
All in all, it's a good comic adaptation of the Mass Effect universe, worth the price if you enjoyed ME2.
This particular series of books are simply meant to give the fan a more immersive experience into the main game story. This volume does a great job of that and focuses on the most popular companion character (statistically anyways) as she proves her loyalty (and love if the gamer so chooses) to Commander Shepard. Overall this is a wonderfully illuminating story which fills the fan in on some important events that are only made reference to in the game.
-The illustration. i didn't much care for how Liara was drawn, or Feron for that matter, specificaly their faces. That was the only trouble. Liara's face just repulsed me.
-Liara and Feron develop a strong friendship over a very, very short time and it lasts two years until Feron is rescued in the Shadow Broker DLC. It just seems very odd and unrealistic, the comic was too short to emphasize this properly. What they could have done is just leave it off where they were developing a close friendship.
Overall though, very good comic and I do reccomend getting it if you are a real ME fan.
For those fans of the trilogy this comic is a very interesting asset to understand more about the characters and the universe.
Great character development .
Over all great writing .
Awesome concept .
I really enjoy this story about shepherd .
I usually watch TV , movies or play a video game for entertainment .
I read mostly for constructive purposes like character building and business stradegies , except with the mass effect series. Thank you to all the writers at bioware for providing me with a great overall experience with mass effect.