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Wednesday, 12 November 2008 11:40

Blizzard casting Starcraft II voice actors

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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For Jim Raynor and Kerrigan

 

Something apparently went wrong in individual-vs.-company relations, as Starcraftwire.net reports that the roles of voice actors that gave life to Jim Raynor and Kerrigan the Queen of Blades are up for grabs.

The community, however, isn’t happy about this decision at all, and there’s even a poll whether to keep the original characters.

Although voice acting might seem like an unimportant part of the game, we assure you it’s not, as in this case it might make or break the characters, which were instantly recognizable by their voices.

Heck, we even had plenty of fun just repeatedly clicking on the characters, as each Blizzard RTS character starts spitting out some hilarious comments after a while; if you haven’t tried it before, be sure you do soon.

You can view the forum thread here and cast your vote.

Last modified on Thursday, 13 November 2008 06:14
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