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Mass Effect • Back & Forth

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Uploaded on Dec 29, 2010

Video: Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Assorted Mass Effect trailers, Back And Forth.
Audio: 'Back And Forth' by UNKLE

Something different from me. Some may know of my obsession with the Mass Effect franchise by way of my online cinematic playthrough of both games and the DLC (more movie than playthrough). If you're unaware, go to my sister account CShep25 http://www.youtube.com/user/CShep25 where I upload the video series exclusively.

Now to this, which has absolutely no relevance to my own specific Mass Effect canon plot. Mark Vanderloo starred in a short film called Back And Forth involving UNKLE's track of the same name and pretty much mirrors exactly how I think Commander Shepard will end the trilogy (if people pick the survival option).

Shepard's been the galactic saviour three times running. He's defeated the reapers three consecutive times in their bid for galactic genocide. Older and more weary, a retired Shepard thought he wanted to spend the rest of his life living a quiet life on Earth. But, for the military man, going back to a boring humdrum life seems far too agonizing given the wonders and excitement he's experienced. Stuck between two worlds, Shepard can't find a place to settle, his mind constantly shifting back and forth, to his time with the Spectres, the camaraderie with his squadmates, and most importantly, his relationship with Liara. He was happy but as with everything, it couldn't possibly last. After the final push on the reapers, everything changed and despite saving the galaxy, he seemed to lose everything.

I don't think I've ever been so meticulous in my clip choices before. Every single shot has some meaning behind it.

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