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The Importance of Good Voice Acting in Video Games

Anyone that played The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for more than a few days quickly began to recognize Bethesda's budget deficit in their voice acting department. Characters you had never seen before somehow felt eerily similar to the shop merchant you visited in the last town. Unless it's a plot point, you shouldn't be thinking about that kind of thing while you're in the middle of a game. It breaks up the flow of the story, and reveals the game for what it is when you start questioning just how many voice actors Bethesda did hire for what otherwise could have been not just a good game but a great one.

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Microsoft Xbox 3602894d ago

... is nowhere to be found on 360 exclusives.

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