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  1. GreenGoblin75
    Do you know who the narrator of that video was? He sounds familiar.
  2. GreenGoblin75
    Does that other guy in the clip Smoker is talking to sound like Darren Dunstan to you? I kinda hear Splinter.
  3. GreenGoblin75
    Either way, it's still one of the better 4kids performances.
  4. GreenGoblin75
    I agree (though I am biased for how big a fan I am of him). It also seems a little more fitting than Greg's (who is still good). I think the younger voice meshes well with the design.
  5. GreenGoblin75
    You seem to know about One Piece voice acting. Do you know if Scottie Ray's Smoker (Chaser) is considered a good performance? https://youtube.com/watch?v=0w73y0bLozk
  6. GreenGoblin75
    Wow. That's cool. Personally, I chose Jim over Steve because I felt he fit the character a little more. Blum sounded a little too light for my tastes.
  7. GreenGoblin75
    What's your opinion on the voices of Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat?

    Here's my ranking:http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/...mbat/Sub-Zero/
  8. rosebr10
    For Yermakov, that lead came from Donna Burke herself when I followed up as to whether she was also Jody or Kate.


    Given how few games and otherwise non-public she is outside of Japan, and verification with what few games I could find (Baten Kaitos and Metal Wolf Chaos), I decided there was substantial evidence towards her for that role to put her on.

    Roberts and Drees, meanwhile, have websites but will NOT reply (Roberts has an automated response prepared for fan inquiries that just says 'check his IMDb). Sound-alike performances aside, Drees does have the game on his resume, as NCZ was able to find here:


    There are other guesses and assumptions out there, but these are the better half, and their placement there is meant to drive that point home when the VAs cannot or will not.
  9. Metabad
    Ahh yeah, they really did add a lot to the story, and it was interesting how it portrayed different events simultaneously. I may prefer Armageddon overall, but Deception's a really close second.
  10. Metabad
    Ahh yeah, the stages were one of Deception's strongest points.

    Yeah, the characters went through a lot of interesting development in Deception. I really liked Taven and Daegon's introductions and subsequent development in Armageddon myself, it really added to the atmosphere and made the stakes feel a lot higher when fighting Blaze.

    Yeah, it took a lot for me to beat them on both tries, forgot just how difficult they were when replaying it on PSP.

    Yeah, the roster was massive. I've heard a lot of complaints about how the Fatalities were repetitive and toned down, but I always had a hard time performing Fatalities myself, so I don't have much of a problem with that. As for the endings, I can see why the way they were presented would be disappointing, but I liked the stories they told about the aftermath of Armageddon and what happened to the characters in question, I guess it's because I played Soul Calibur 2 a lot that I don't have much of a problem with these text-based endings.

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