History TheOtherDarrin / VideoGames

16th Sep '17 3:34:32 PM nombretomado
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** When the ''VideoGame/StarFox64'' remake for the Nintendo3DS was released, the entire Japanese cast had been replaced, with Egawa, Tonguu, and Aso finally dropping out.

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** When the ''VideoGame/StarFox64'' remake for the Nintendo3DS UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS was released, the entire Japanese cast had been replaced, with Egawa, Tonguu, and Aso finally dropping out.
16th Sep '17 12:39:33 PM nombretomado
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** All the Organization XIII members introduced in ''Chain of Memories'' (who were voiced by staff members), gained different voices in the remake and later appearances. The exception to this was Axel, but only in the Japanese version--[[NonDubbedGrunts since they didn't bother dubbing the voices]], we have an interesting case where [[Creator/QuintonFlynn an English voice actor]] plays the other Darrin to his [[Creator/KeijiFujiwara Japanese counterpart]]. Though this is all justified as the original ''Chain of Memories'' had mostly VoiceGrunting and small phrases recycled from the original game (hard to get a fully voiced GameBoyAdvance game).

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** All the Organization XIII members introduced in ''Chain of Memories'' (who were voiced by staff members), gained different voices in the remake and later appearances. The exception to this was Axel, but only in the Japanese version--[[NonDubbedGrunts since they didn't bother dubbing the voices]], we have an interesting case where [[Creator/QuintonFlynn an English voice actor]] plays the other Darrin to his [[Creator/KeijiFujiwara Japanese counterpart]]. Though this is all justified as the original ''Chain of Memories'' had mostly VoiceGrunting and small phrases recycled from the original game (hard to get a fully voiced GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game).
14th Sep '17 11:39:44 PM Kadorhal
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** Some sources claim that Creator/ErikaLenhart voiced Rom in mk2, Victory, and Producing Perfection, before Creator/CarrieKeranen took over the role starting with Re;birth1. However, others claim that Carrie has played the role since day one.
** Vert is voiced by Creator/TaraPlatt in everything released between 2011-2015 (that's nine games and [[Anime/HyperdimensionNeptunia the anime]]), but starting with VideoGame/MegadimensionNeptuniaVII, she is voiced by Creator/CarrieKeranen, who [[ManOfAThousandVoices also]] [[TalkingToHimself voices]] [[TokenMiniMoe Rom]] and [[HaremSeeker Red]]. However, this may only be temporary as Tara said, in response to a tweet made by a fan, that she was unavailable at those times.

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** Some sources claim that Creator/ErikaLenhart Erika Lenhart voiced Rom in mk2, Victory, and Producing Perfection, before Creator/CarrieKeranen took over the role starting with Re;birth1. However, others claim that Carrie has played the role since day one.
** Vert is voiced by Creator/TaraPlatt in everything released between 2011-2015 from the start of the series up to 2015 (that's nine games and [[Anime/HyperdimensionNeptunia the anime]]), but starting with VideoGame/MegadimensionNeptuniaVII, she is voiced by Creator/CarrieKeranen, Carrie Keranen, who [[ManOfAThousandVoices also]] [[TalkingToHimself voices]] [[TokenMiniMoe Rom]] and [[HaremSeeker Red]]. However, this may only be temporary as Tara said, in response to a tweet made by from a fan, that she was unavailable at those times.
14th Sep '17 11:02:35 PM Kadorhal
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** Most of the Creator/ElectronicArts-published ''Bond'' video games were only able to secure the likenesses of the film characters, but not their voices (the exception being ''VideoGame/EverythingOrNothing'', with one of its major selling points being that they managed to get Brosnan, Creator/JudiDench, and Creator/JohnCleese voicing Bond, M, and Q, respectively; this was notably Brosnan's last time playing the character). After Craig replaced him and Creator/{{Activision}} acquired the game license, however, it was almost guaranteed that Bond and the other [=MI6=] staff would be voiced by the same people playing them in the films - the only time it wasn't the case was ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenLegends'', as Craig was busy [[Film/{{Skyfall}} actually acting as Bond in a film]] during its development.

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** Most of the Creator/ElectronicArts-published ''Bond'' video games were only able to secure the likenesses of the film characters, but not their voices (the exception exceptions being ''VideoGame/EverythingOrNothing'', with one of its major selling points being that they managed to get Brosnan, Creator/JudiDench, and Creator/JohnCleese voicing Bond, M, and Q, respectively; this was notably respectively, and ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenFromRussiaWithLove'', in which Creator/SeanConnery returned to voice Bond as he'd played him in [[Film/FromRussiaWithLove the film]]; notably, both of these were Brosnan's and Connery's last time times playing the character). After Craig replaced him and Creator/{{Activision}} acquired the game license, however, it was almost guaranteed that Bond and the other [=MI6=] staff would be voiced by the same people playing them in the films - the only time it wasn't the case was ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenLegends'', as Craig was busy [[Film/{{Skyfall}} actually acting as Bond in a film]] during its development.



* Video game versions of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' in America tend to go through Other Darrin moments. Among those were any game that used [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Heero Yuy]] (Music/MarkHildreth, who came to absolutely ''hate'' the character due to how he was treated by "fans" during recording of the series) and [[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam Domon Kasshu]] (Creator/MarkGatha, who had, according to Lucas Gilbertson [who voiced Zero in ''VideoGame/MegaManX8'', [[VideoGame/MegaManXCommandMission Command Mission]]'', and [[VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX the first game's remake]] alongside him as X] had disappeared off the face of the Earth; Wikipedia claims he's living in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada as an orthopedic surgeon).

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* Video game versions of ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' in America tend to go through Other Darrin moments. Among those were any game that used [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Heero Yuy]] (Music/MarkHildreth, who came to absolutely ''hate'' the character due to how he was treated by "fans" during recording of the series) and [[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam Domon Kasshu]] (Creator/MarkGatha, who had, who, according to Lucas Gilbertson [who voiced Zero in ''VideoGame/MegaManX8'', [[VideoGame/MegaManXCommandMission Command Mission]]'', and [[VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX the first game's remake]] alongside him as X] had disappeared off the face of the Earth; Wikipedia claims he's living in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada as an orthopedic surgeon).
14th Sep '17 8:35:30 PM Kadorhal
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* In between ''VideoGame/CondemnedCriminalOrigins'' and ''VideoGame/Condemned2Bloodshot'', lab tech Rosa Angel dropped 30 lbs and 20 years.
** This was pretty common. Ethan, the Vanhorns, and Ferrel also got new voice actors (notable in that two of these four have the same actor, Paul Eiding).

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* In between ''VideoGame/CondemnedCriminalOrigins'' and ''VideoGame/Condemned2Bloodshot'', lab tech Rosa Angel dropped 30 lbs and 20 years.
** This was pretty common.
years. Ethan, the Vanhorns, and Ferrel also got new voice actors (notable in that as well, two of these the four have the same actor, Paul Eiding).switching to Creator/PaulEiding.
5th Sep '17 2:22:06 PM Vir
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** Marty is voiced by Chris Rock in the movies and Phil LaMarr in the video games.

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** Marty is voiced by Chris Rock in the movies and Phil LaMarr [=LaMarr=] in the video games.
5th Sep '17 2:21:42 PM Vir
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** Rico is voiced by Fred Tatasciore in the second video game instead of his regular actor John DiMaggio.

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** Rico is voiced by Fred Tatasciore in the second video game instead of his regular actor John DiMaggio.[=DiMaggio=].



** In [[VideoGame/CrashBandicoot1996 the original game]], Crash, Dr. Neo Cortex, and Dr. Nitrus Brio were all voiced by Brendan O'Brien. Billy Pope provided Crash's voice in ''Crash Team Racing'', then he was voiced by Creator/SteveBlum in ''Crash Nitro Kart'' and by Creator/JessHarnell starting from ''Crash Tag Team Racing''. Cortex was voiced by Creator/ClancyBrown from ''VideoGame/CrashBandicoot2CortexStrikesBack'' to ''VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity'', where Creator/LexLang took over. Creator/MauriceLaMarche voiced Brio in ''Crash: Mind Over Mutant''.

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** In [[VideoGame/CrashBandicoot1996 the original game]], Crash, Dr. Neo Cortex, and Dr. Nitrus Brio were all voiced by Brendan O'Brien. Billy Pope provided Crash's voice in ''Crash Team Racing'', then he was voiced by Creator/SteveBlum in ''Crash Nitro Kart'' and by Creator/JessHarnell starting from ''Crash Tag Team Racing''. Cortex was voiced by Creator/ClancyBrown from ''VideoGame/CrashBandicoot2CortexStrikesBack'' to ''VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity'', where Creator/LexLang took over. Creator/MauriceLaMarche voiced Brio in ''Crash: Mind Over Mutant''.Mutant'' and beyond.
25th Aug '17 12:43:33 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** Tina also had a different VA in the first game before her current actress Yuko Nagashima took over. Bayman was voiced by Hisao Egawa in the first two games and by Banjo Ginga in all the following ones. Dimensions had numerous replacements, notably seeing Jann Lee, Brad Wong, Raidou, Leon, Bass, and Gen Fu all recast with new voice actors (though in the latter three examples, it's justified as their original voice actors tragically passed away before recording for the new game).

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** Tina also had a different VA in the first game before her current actress Yuko Nagashima took over. Bayman was voiced by Hisao Egawa in the first two games and by Banjo Ginga in all the following ones. Dimensions had numerous replacements, notably seeing Jann Lee, Brad Wong, Raidou, Leon, Bass, and Gen Fu all recast with new voice actors (though in the latter three examples, it's justified as their original voice actors tragically [Koji Totani, Daisuke Gori and Takeshi Aono, respectively] passed away before recording for the new game).
18th Aug '17 7:01:26 AM jormis29
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*** Similarly, in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', Raiden in the Secret Theater's ''Metal Gear Raiden: Snake Eraser'' was voiced by Charlie Schlatter, the same voice actor who voiced his {{Expy}}, Raikov.

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*** Similarly, in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', Raiden in the Secret Theater's ''Metal Gear Raiden: Snake Eraser'' was voiced by Charlie Schlatter, Creator/CharlieSchlatter, the same voice actor who voiced his {{Expy}}, Raikov.
10th Aug '17 12:45:13 AM jormis29
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* The video game adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' had the entire cast reprise their roles except for Creator/StephenColbert as Phil Ken Sebben; he was instead voiced by Stephen Stanton.

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* The video game adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' had the entire cast reprise their roles except for Creator/StephenColbert as Phil Ken Sebben; he was instead voiced by Stephen Stanton.Creator/StephenStanton.



** Melman is voiced by David Schwimmer in the movies and Stephen Stanton in the video games.

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** Melman is voiced by David Schwimmer in the movies and Stephen Stanton Creator/StephenStanton in the video games.
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