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MASS EFFECT Meets SUICIDE SQUAD in Epic Mash-Up

We’ve already seen what the Suicide Squad Blitz trailer looks like when created using Fallout 4 mods, but what about the first trailer, featuring Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” recreated in Mass Effect 2? No? Well, no worries, because Zeb Ekeroth has created a mash-up video that you’ve  got to see. Take a gander at the wonderful Mass Effect 2 (one of the greatest games of all time) video above.

The video editing in this clip is on point. It also does a great job of mimicking the character introductions, without having to mod the characters from the game. And let’s not pretend like “Bohemian Rhapsody” doesn’t make everything better. It’s just a proven fact at this point.

In the video description, Zeb mentions that he opted to duplicate the trailer beat-for-beat instead of shot-for-shot. It’s a great choice that will please Mass Effect fans. He also went through the whole game to get footage and audio records, as opposed to using the trailer’s audio with the game footage, to produce the most polished video he could produce. Now I want to play Mass Effect 2 while blasting Queen!

If you want more Mass Effect mash-up magic, check out this Guardians of the Galaxy clip.

Are you guys excited for Suicide Squad? Is there any possible way that one of this year’s many super hero flicks might outdo Captain America: Civil War? What other trailer mashup would you like to see? What do we need to do to convince EA to release an HD collection of the Mass Effect series for current consoles? Let us know in the comments below!

Image Credit: Bioware

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