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Submitted by paulgovan 1039d ago | review

Girl Uses Harp to Critique Mass Effect's Body Image (GP)

Rebecca Mayes reviews Mass Effect with her live performance at our theatre show. Her song questions the stereotypical use of body image in the game. (Culture, Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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FrightfulActions  +   1041d ago
Nice song and all, but... really? If not for the few scenes slipped into the video that are from the game, this wouldn't have anything at all to do with Mass Effect. Don't see the point of posting it on N4G.
sjaakiejj  +   1039d ago
"This video is private"

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BeastOfShadow  +   1039d ago
That song is actually a couple of years old. It was in her old show on The Escapist called "Rebbeca May's Muses" or something similar. Probably the best song she wrote.

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