Bioware didn’t shoot for low-grade when it came to hiring the voice talent in the next Mass Effect. America’s favorite president Martin Sheen and the made-for-TV professional a--hole Adam Baldwin, as well as several other new cast members are slated to join previous cast members such as Keith David and Seth Green. Neat.
EA released a video this morn’ that puts digital faces to the Hollywood talent. For the most part, we’ve found ourselves agreeing with the choices. The only thing rubbing us as odd is the Illusive Man -- Martin Sheen’s pipes and that youngish face don’t match. We’d be more on board if the scenes captured were from some kind of intergalactic oval office.
Mass Effect series executive producer Casey Hudson has parted ways with his long-time employer BioWare. He's been at the company for nearly 16 years and previously worked on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic as project d...more
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BioWare made an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend to divulge some of the first details about the upcoming Mass Effect title, but all we really know for sure at this point is that there's going to be a new Ma...more