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Posted on Wednesday, November 28 @ 11:47:59 PST by Jessica_Vazquez
Hey, Nick here. Since Jessica edited the videos and did all the captured herself, I'm crediting this post to her.

Anyone who has played Mass Effect 3 probably wondered why we couldn't help Aria out of her couch, as comfy as her lap might be, to save Omega from the clutches of Cerberus. Well, more than half a year later, we finally have that chance with the Omega DLC, which was released yesterday.

Here are a few videos showing off the intro as well as the reveal of a female Turian (oh, why can't I bring Garrus on this mission?!):




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