Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike

Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike

Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike

Home Video Release Date (USA): June 26, 2012

Theatrical Release Date in (Japan): October 3, 2009

Franchise: Tales
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akersaotome
said at 5:21 PM on Fri Nov 15 2013
Credit Funimation in managing to get both Troy Baker and Sam Riegel to reprise their roles from the game. The other performance I liked from this film was Alexei Dinoia by Jason Douglas. Although it was brief, Jason's vocal skill give the character a real presence. He would be an excellent choice for any rpg as a main villain.
doodleboy
said at 2:32 PM on Mon Aug 5 2013
For example, cherami leigh had switched agents recently because this agent paid a portion of the flight for her roles in california. And with sengoku basara, funimation had contacted bang zoom, the only time i believe when an anime was dubbed at two different studios simultaneously. This is why the mini sengoku basara specials were not dubbed by the californian cast and had their roles replaced, because funi had to dub those specials in-house.
doodleboy
said at 10:53 AM on Sun Aug 25 2013
@doodleboy Scratch what I said about Cherami, since she lives in LA now.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:28 PM on Mon Apr 9 2012
Cool that they at least got Troy Baker and Sam Riegel to reprise their roles.
TheAtticus
said at 10:24 PM on Tue Dec 25 2012
@NCZ Yeah, but that begs the question: Why didn't they get Michelle Ruff, Danielle Judovits, DC Douglas, and Joe J. Thomas to reprise their roles? Sure, they aren't Funimation regulars, but then again, neither is Riegel.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:28 PM on Tue Dec 25 2012
@TheAtticus Anime dubbing doesn't pay a whole lot, so, assuming that Troy and Sam had to fly to Texas for recording, they'd have to be spending more on a plane ticket and hotel room than they'd be making from the VA gig. Troy and Sam work with Funimation already on the Sengoku Basara franchise, which they would likely have recorded and been paid for around the same time, so it wouldn't have been as much of a problem for them.
doodleboy
said at 2:28 PM on Mon Aug 5 2013
@NCZ actually it depends on your agent. sometimes the agent would pay for or have sponsors that pay for the flight in full, and then there's funimation themselves who sometimes pay for flights in full. Sean Schemmel and Spike Spencer are two examples of people who didn't pay for a flight and just rented a motel for 2 days only to leave after recording.


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