Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut - Part 23 (THE *FINAL* NEW ENDING!)





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Published on Jun 27, 2012


This is the final video!!! Thanks so much for watching and supporting me! I wish I had a faster computer & internet so I could have gotten this out in one day =/ Oh, well! I wanted everyone to enjoy this experience and I also got my name out there =D The next 2 parts will be the credits w/my reaction & the finishing of the ending...

I'm trying to get these out as quickly as possible. I've already finished, now I'm just editing and uploading! Thanks for watching!

Thanks so much for joining me! I have been up since 4:15am EST just to prepare for this epic journey! Thanks so much for the support!

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