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Submitted by explicitbaron 810d ago | interview

Greasyjoystick Heather Halley Interview MGS 5 "The game just won’t be the same with out him."

Greasyjoystick interviews Heather Halley, the voice of Para-Medic from Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. Heather talks about how she began as a voice actor, Metal Gear Solid V, David Hayter being replaces as Solid Snake and her work on Dead Rising 3. (Dead Rising 3, Industry, Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence, PS2, PS3)

CocoWolfie  +   810d ago
it wont.. but anyway im happy for her and her role in dead rising 3 :')
explicitbaron  +   810d ago
Makes me want to get a Xbox just to Play Dead Rising 3 but I want a PS4. Deadrising is the only franchise for Xbox that I really wish was on Playstation.
Kryptix  +   810d ago
After finally playing Dead Rising 2 on my 360, I also wanted 3 to be on the PS4, the franchise is definitely fun.

David Hayter will definitely be missed. What I don't get is why Kojima didn't hire him just for the Deja Vu missions at least, it makes no sense. From what I seen so far, MGS V is looking like a great game but without David Hayter's voice, something feels missing. I remember Splinter Cell got bashed for not having the original voice of Sam Fisher. The problem is that we grow up with these characters so we're used to the voices and the voices sometimes make the character, who he or she is. So when we hear David Hayter as Snake, we also hear a protagonist torn by war, just trying to do right even though he's aware he might not make it through.
Maldread  +   810d ago
No shit. Try to imagine Homer Simpson with a new voice too after such a long time. Just wouldn`t work.

Cool interview and i`m glad for her role in Dead Rising 3. She was great as Para-Medic in MGS3, and thinking about it i might just boot up my old PS2 to play it again hehe. Such a fantastic game.
DCfan  +   810d ago
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Too bad Grey Fox killed her.
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