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Marathon Preparation Documentary Announced!

Submitted by on September 19, 2010 – 8:22 PM33 Comments | 1,346 views

Our good friend Mr. Manaleak is in charge of the Mass Effect Marathon video feed. He has a very good grasp of how we are going to display not only the actually video gameplay but also some great footage of us playing on location. In addition to all of that though, he has decided to take on a new documentary series that he will be showing on YouTube in the coming weeks.

Mr. Manaleak will be giving you a behind the scenes look into what kind of work goes into making the Mass Effect Marathon helping, and a chance for everyone to get to know the people who make it possible. Soon to come are going to be interviews with Joey V, Pedro, Katie, and the rest of the crew who are going to be saving the galaxy from the Reapers.

Stay tuned to his YouTube Channel and this website for more information!

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