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19th May '16 11:12:04 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Also, in the second half of ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'', Kanji Tatsumi's English lines are done by Creator/MatthewMercer, since ''Creator/TroyBaker'' was on honeymoon. Baker reprised the role for ''Golden'' and ''Arena'', but in the [[VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth next Persona]] [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena installments]], Matt was chosen to reprise Kanji instead, as Baker had become a unionized voice actor (Wittenberg did not return to play Teddie for the same reason).

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** Also, in the second half of ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'', Kanji Tatsumi's English lines are done by Creator/MatthewMercer, since ''Creator/TroyBaker'' Creator/TroyBaker was on honeymoon. Baker reprised the role for ''Golden'' and ''Arena'', but in the [[VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth next Persona]] [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena installments]], Matt was chosen to reprise Kanji instead, as Baker had become a unionized voice actor (Wittenberg did not return to play Teddie for the same reason).
19th May '16 11:10:57 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** In ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'', Ken Amada was voiced by Creator/MonaMarshall; for ''VideoGame/Persona4Ultimax'' and ''Q'', he is instead played by Creator/CindyRobinson, who also voiced the new character [[RobotGirl Labrys]] from the ''Arena'' games. Also changed for ''Ultimax'' and ''Q'' were Margaret (Creator/MichelleAnnDunphy in both versions of ''4'' and the anime to Marisha Ray) and Theodore (Creator/TravisWillingham in ''Persona 3 Portable'' to Creator/BrycePapenbrook).
** The very first ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' game had a revolving door of actors for the Japanese version, with most of the characters having two to three [=VAs=] apiece: one for the game, and two different actors for two different CD dramas. The main protagonist, for example, actually had Creator/AkiraIshida (the VA for ''Persona 3's'' protagonist) as his VA for the first CD drama, but had two different ones for the second and for the game itself.

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** In ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'', Ken Amada was voiced by Creator/MonaMarshall; for ''VideoGame/Persona4Ultimax'' and ''Q'', he is instead played by Creator/CindyRobinson, who also voiced the new character [[RobotGirl Labrys]] from the ''Arena'' games. Also changed for ''Ultimax'' and ''Q'' were Margaret (Creator/MichelleAnnDunphy in both versions of ''4'' and the anime to Marisha Ray) (Marisha Ray replacing Michelle Ann Dunphy) and Theodore (Creator/TravisWillingham in ''Persona 3 Portable'' to Creator/BrycePapenbrook).
(Creator/BrycePapenbrook replacing Creator/TravisWillingham).
** The very first ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' game had a revolving door of actors for the Japanese version, with most of the characters having two to three [=VAs=] apiece: one for the game, and two different actors for two different CD dramas. The main protagonist, for example, actually had Creator/AkiraIshida (the VA for ''Persona 3's'' protagonist) as his VA for the first CD drama, but had two different ones for the second and for the game itself.
19th May '16 11:08:23 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona]]'':

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* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona]]'':''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona'':
19th May '16 11:07:54 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* For ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' and ''[[VideoGameRemake Persona 4 Golden]]'', Creator/ErinFitzgerald voices Chie Satonaka in place of Tracey Rooney, who played her in [[VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} the original game]]. SamRiegel also took over for Creator/DaveWittenberg's Teddie.
** Likewise, Fuuka Yamagishi has her voice actress from ''{{Persona 3}}'' (at the time of this writing, unknown. Possibly Paula Tiso) replaced by another (who is also, at the time of this writing, unknown. Probably Creator/WendeeLee).
** Also, in the second half of the anime, Kanji Tatsumi's lines are done by Creator/MatthewMercer, as the dubbing was done when [[Creator/TroyBaker the original]] was in honeymoon. Baker reprised the role for ''Golden'' and ''Arena'', but in the [[VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth next Persona]] [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena installments]], Matt is chosen to reprise Kanji instead of the original, as Baker became a unionized voice actor (Wittenberg did not return to play Teddie for the same reason).

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* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona]]'':
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For ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' and ''[[VideoGameRemake Persona 4 Golden]]'', Creator/ErinFitzgerald voices Chie Satonaka in place of Tracey Rooney, who played her in [[VideoGame/{{Persona 4}} the original game]]. SamRiegel English dub of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''. Creator/SamRiegel also took over for Creator/DaveWittenberg's Teddie.
** Likewise, Fuuka Yamagishi has had her English voice actress from ''{{Persona 3}}'' (at the time of this writing, unknown. Possibly (officially uncredited, but probably Paula Tiso) replaced by another (who is also, at the time of this writing, unknown. Probably for ''Arena'' and ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth'' (also unofficially uncredited, but probably Creator/WendeeLee).
** Also, in the second half of the anime, ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'', Kanji Tatsumi's English lines are done by Creator/MatthewMercer, as the dubbing since ''Creator/TroyBaker'' was done when [[Creator/TroyBaker the original]] was in on honeymoon. Baker reprised the role for ''Golden'' and ''Arena'', but in the [[VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth next Persona]] [[VideoGame/Persona4Arena installments]], Matt is was chosen to reprise Kanji instead of the original, instead, as Baker became had become a unionized voice actor (Wittenberg did not return to play Teddie for the same reason).



** In ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'', Ken Amada was voiced by Creator/MonaMarshall; for ''Ultimax'' and ''Q'', he is instead played by Creator/CindyRobinson, who also voiced the new character [[RobotGirl Labrys]] from the ''Arena'' games. Also changed for ''Ultimax'' and ''Q'' were Margaret (MichelleAnnDunphy in both versions of ''4'' and the anime to Marisha Ray) and Theodore (Creator/TravisWillingham in ''Persona 3 Portable'' to Creator/BrycePapenbrook).
** The very first ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona'' game had a revolving door of actors for the Japanese version, with most of the characters having two to three [=VAs=] apiece: one for the game, and two different actors for two different CD dramas. The main protagonist, for example, actually had AkiraIshida (the VA for ''Persona 3's'' protagonist) as his VA for the first CD drama, but had two different ones for the second and for the game itself.
** Igor, the mysterious proprietor of the Velvet Room, had reduced presence in the Persona 3 and 4 spinoffs due to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure death of his Japanesse VA.]] His lines in the anime and ''Arena'' are recycled with the Velvet Siblings picking up in his place. Masane Tsukayama is set to pick up the role for ''{{VideoGame/Persona 5}}''

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** In ''{{VideoGame/Persona 3}}'', Ken Amada was voiced by Creator/MonaMarshall; for ''Ultimax'' ''VideoGame/Persona4Ultimax'' and ''Q'', he is instead played by Creator/CindyRobinson, who also voiced the new character [[RobotGirl Labrys]] from the ''Arena'' games. Also changed for ''Ultimax'' and ''Q'' were Margaret (MichelleAnnDunphy (Creator/MichelleAnnDunphy in both versions of ''4'' and the anime to Marisha Ray) and Theodore (Creator/TravisWillingham in ''Persona 3 Portable'' to Creator/BrycePapenbrook).
** The very first ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona'' ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'' game had a revolving door of actors for the Japanese version, with most of the characters having two to three [=VAs=] apiece: one for the game, and two different actors for two different CD dramas. The main protagonist, for example, actually had AkiraIshida Creator/AkiraIshida (the VA for ''Persona 3's'' protagonist) as his VA for the first CD drama, but had two different ones for the second and for the game itself.
** Igor, the mysterious proprietor of the Velvet Room, had a reduced presence in the Persona 3 ''Persona 3'' and 4 ''4'' spinoffs due to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure death of his Japanesse VA.]] VA]]. His lines in the anime and ''Arena'' are recycled recycled, with the Velvet Siblings picking taking up in most of his place. role instead. Masane Tsukayama is set to pick up the role for ''{{VideoGame/Persona 5}}''''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}''.
11th May '16 1:34:10 PM Jgamer
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** Igor, the mysterious proprietor of the Velvet Room, had reduced presence in the Persona 3 and 4 spinoffs due to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure death of his Japanesse VA.]] His lines in the anime and ''Arena'' are recycled with the Velvet Siblings picking up in his place. Masane Tsukayama is set to pick up the role for ''{{VideoGame/Persona5}}''

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** Igor, the mysterious proprietor of the Velvet Room, had reduced presence in the Persona 3 and 4 spinoffs due to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure death of his Japanesse VA.]] His lines in the anime and ''Arena'' are recycled with the Velvet Siblings picking up in his place. Masane Tsukayama is set to pick up the role for ''{{VideoGame/Persona5}}''''{{VideoGame/Persona 5}}''
11th May '16 1:33:43 PM Jgamer
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** Igor, the mysterious proprietor of the Velvet Room, had reduced presence in the Persona 3 and 4 spinoffs due to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure death of his Japanesse VA.]] His lines in the anime and ''Arena'' are recycled with the Velvet Siblings picking up in his place. Masane Tsukayama is set to pick up the role for ''[[VideoGame/Persona5]]''

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** Igor, the mysterious proprietor of the Velvet Room, had reduced presence in the Persona 3 and 4 spinoffs due to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure death of his Japanesse VA.]] His lines in the anime and ''Arena'' are recycled with the Velvet Siblings picking up in his place. Masane Tsukayama is set to pick up the role for ''[[VideoGame/Persona5]]''''{{VideoGame/Persona5}}''
11th May '16 1:33:06 PM Jgamer
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** Igor, the mysterious proprietor of the Velvet Room, had reduced presence in the Persona 3 and 4 spinoffs due to the [[AuthorExistenceFailure death of his Japanesse VA.]] His lines in the anime and ''Arena'' are recycled with the Velvet Siblings picking up in his place. Masane Tsukayama is set to pick up the role for ''[[VideoGame/Persona5]]''
1st May '16 10:48:59 AM Kadorhal
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** The ''Substance'' rerelease of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' includes a VR mission where you fight Meryl. For this fight, however, rather than recording new lines, they reused voice clips from Olga Gurlukovich's fight early in the main game. Though, since the two characters share the same seiyuu in the Japanese version, it's only a case of this in the English release.

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** The ''Substance'' rerelease of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' includes a VR mission where you fight Meryl. For this fight, however, rather than recording new lines, they reused voice clips from Olga Gurlukovich's fight early in the main game. Though, since This would have made sense in the Japanese version, as the two characters share the same seiyuu in the (Kyoko Terase), but every Japanese version, it's only a case version of this in ''Substance'', up until the ''HD Edition'' nearly a decade later, just used the English release.voice acting.
29th Apr '16 6:01:02 AM Prfnoff
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* ''VideoGame/AdvancedVariableGeo'': Chiho is voiced by Creator/HekiruShiina in the first game and Creator/YokoAsada in the second. The ''Anime/VariableGeo'' OVA, produced in between the two games, features a completely different voice cast.

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* ''VideoGame/AdvancedVariableGeo'': Chiho is voiced by Creator/HekiruShiina in the first game and Creator/YokoAsada in the second. The ''Anime/VariableGeo'' OVA, produced clips of which appear in between the two games, ''Advanced V.G. II'', features a completely different voice cast.
29th Apr '16 5:58:42 AM Prfnoff
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* The voice clips for Boogerman in his [[VideoGame/{{Boogerman}} eponymous game]] were provided by Creator/MichaelMcConnohie. His GuestFighter appearance in ''VideoGame/ClayFighter 63⅓'' was voiced by Creator/DanCastellaneta.
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