E-123 Omega
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E-123 Omega

Comparison of the voice actors who have been the voice of E-123 Omega with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Sonic the Hedgehog

E-123 Omega is the last in the E-series of robots created by Dr. Eggman. He has a deep hatred for Eggman, who locked Omega up in a cold, dark room for years, and now wants to destroy all of Eggman's other robots so he can be the best. He's a member of Team Dark with Shadow and Rouge.

Omega was voiced by Jon St. John in his debut appearance, Sonic Heroes. When the cast was replaced, Maddie Blaustein became Omega's voice from 2005 until her death. However, during development, the lines she recorded for Shadow the Hedgehog were replaced by Greg Weber. It was necessary to redo Omega's lines, but since she was unavailable, Jeff Kramer at Webtone Productions in San Francisco, California. Her voice was, however, heard in the finished product of Sonic 2006. When SEGA began using a Los Angeles-based voice cast starting with Sonic Colors, Vic Mignogna took over as Omega.

Created by NCZ on Aug 19 2010

EDITOR'S OPINION

Thanks to the special effects, Jeff Kramer sounds very similar to Jon St. John, so it's hard to choose! I also like how Vic Mignogna's Omega sounds slightly different from the others, making his more unique. The weakest performance is in Sonic 2006. The lack of vocal processing makes Omega sounds stiff, and even though he's a robot, it just comes off as awkward since he could emote well in previous entries. Clearly, the vocal processing was a factor in this, because with it, I'm sure Maddie would've sounded a lot better. At the end of the day, they're all great. (Sonic 06 aside...)


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