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said at 9:20 AM on Thu Dec 7 2017
 2 Shout Outs!
Al Weaver did have a nice voice to listen to and it had a pleasant ring to it, but he needed to be a bit more emotional and prefect his screams. That's all that I have to say honestly.
said at 2:49 PM on Wed Dec 27 2017
How to NOT scream vs How to scream
You’re welcome. In my perspective, it’s obvious as to whom is the better screamer, and more fitting for the character in this particular aspect.
said at 2:52 PM on Wed Dec 27 2017
The inconsistent direction has resulted in Al sounding significantly better in SOME scenes (mostly regular convos), but falling flat on more intense emotions (though Al hit it out of the park in final chapter as he was falling into despair).
said at 7:42 AM on Sun Dec 31 2017
@MizukaS Yeah. And what's even worse is that they reused it three times in the same cutscene! Talk about lazy.
said at 11:37 AM on Sun Dec 31 2017

Indeed. (smh)
Crystal Edge
said at 8:45 PM on Sat Dec 2 2017
Aside from the shouting (which wasn't THAT bad) Al did a fine job, I found the accent he gave Rex quite charming.
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said at 9:08 PM on Sat Dec 2 2017
@Crystal Edge

Yeah, so far I'm really liking his performance. It's probably because I grew up watching a lot of British TV shows, but something about his northern accent has this really cozy, comforting quality to it. Like he's an old friend. I just think it works really well with his earnest demeanour.
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