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Submitted by Broll 247d ago | opinion piece

Top 10 Actors We Wish Were In Games

CCC Says: "Let’s face it. In today’s gaming market, it’s pretty hard to sell a title to anyone if it doesn’t have voice acting. Characters just seem flat and lame when they have no voice of their own. As we all know, it takes actors to accomplish this. And again, we all know that there are great voice actors, such as Nolan North and John DiMaggio, but there have also been a ton of Hollywood actors that have made the shift to games. Names like Ron Perlman, Keith David, and Samuel L. Jackson come to mind, and there have been many more. But there are a few actors we would love to see make their way to games. Here’s a short list of those actors, and why we feel they should be in games." (Culture)

badboy776  +   247d ago
Wesley snipes-Blade!
thelaughingwiseman  +   246d ago
Leonardo DeCaprio, Keanu Reeves, Edward Norton, Joshua Jackson, Ewan McGregor, Olivia Wild, Mila Kunis, Scarlet Johanson, Kathy Bates, Jessica Lange, Judi Dench. Tons of actors I'd love to hear in a game as lead's or huge supporting roles.

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