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Mass Effect 2 Can't Stop Releasing Trailers

It's as if the holidays never happened. I'm back here posting sixty seven Mass Effect 2 trailers and wondering if I really should be invoicing EA for the advertising. But how can I help it when each trailer (since that one) makes the game look so tantalising? It's going to take a gear shift in my brain to remember that I'm okay with all the TPS action after spending the holidays in the warm, loving arms of Dragon Age, but if BioWare meet half their promises for this game it could be a real treat. So there's three more of the videos that have appeared since the Space Year 2010 began below, showing off Grunt and Thane some more (still no reveal on the Geth, Legion, being a party member, though it will happen), and a long cinematic trailer with them both at work.

So here's good old Grunt, grumbling. (Someone give that boy a Strepsil.):

And here's Thane talking in that wibbly voice that makes me feel funny in my tummy:

And here's a trailer that's apparently cinematic, although it's in a tiny window on your PC, and extremely unlikely to be showing before Avatar at your local multicinescope. (Well, that shows how much I know.) I've half a feeling we've posted this before, but I can't find it anywhere, and it bears a second viewing either way:

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