Freddie Prinze Jr. Talks About Voicing New Mass Effect 3 Character James Vega

Freddie Prinze Jr. Talks About Voicing New Mass Effect 3 Character James Vega

Freddie Prinze Jr. has been confirmed as the voice actor for Mass Effect 3‘s new character James Vega. In the video he talks about his real life inspirations for the character and his love for the series of Mass Effect, of which he seems a genuine fan.

He joins a host of stars who have signed up to do voice acting for Mass Effect 3 including: Seth Green, Adam Baldwin, Martin Sheen and Carrie-Anne Moss. The video shows lots of new footage from the upcoming Mass Effect 3 release but don’t worry, no spoilers.

6 thoughts on “Freddie Prinze Jr. Talks About Voicing New Mass Effect 3 Character James Vega

  1. Still utterly perplexed why this character is in the game – as if there weren’t enough characters to choose from already. Perhaps they think they can strike it lucky third time with the main Male Human crew-member? Considering that a conversation with Kaiden or Jacob is like talking to paint drying inspector…

    1. Have to agree with you there. At least Jacob has that whole thing with his father going on but Kaiden was really boring. That why I let him die in ME1! Hopefully this guy will be a bit better but I’m pretty sure I’ll be sticking with my long serving team of Garrus and Tali/Liara no matter what happens with other characters.

    1. If you get the time you really should try them out. Brilliant series. Second of all time only behind Metal Gear Solid 1&2 for me. If you like Sci-fi its good for that. Most of the characters are great, voice actings great, RPG elements are great. All your decisions carry from game to game aswell so its not like your just making a spur of the moment decision just to get past a point in the game. You really have to think about what the outcome could be and take time to decide.

        1. Yeah I guess.

          I’m planning on going through them all again once I’ve finished 3. Don’t care that I have about 20 other games in my backlog, would happily put them aside to play this again.

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