All Star Cast /
- Dead or Alive Japanese Dub features Houko Kuwashima, Hideyuki Hori, Wakana Yamazaki, Hikaru Midorikawa, Joji Nakata, Bin Shimada, Banjo Ginga, Nobutoshi Canna, Yumi Touma, Unshou Ishizuka, Kenta Miyake, Junko Minagawa, Kotono Mitsuishi, Maaya Sakamoto, Ayako Kawasumi, Yui Horie, Ai Nonaka, Ryoko Shiraishi, Hiroki Tochi, Tetsu Inada, Michie Tomizawa, Hiroki Yasumoto and Sumire Uesaka.
- Disney Infinity 3.0 had an extremely high-profile cast. Adrian Pasdar, Bill Nighy, Carlos Alazraqui, Charlie Adler, Colleen O'Shaughnessey, Corey Burton, Craig T. Nelson, Dave Wittenberg, David Kaye, Dee Bradley Baker, Drake Bell, Fred Tatasciore, Greg Cipes, Holly Hunter, Idina Menzel, James Arnold Taylor, Jason Bateman, Jeff Bennett, Jennifer Hale, Kate Higgins, Keith Ferguson, Kevin Michael Richardson, Kristen Bell, Kyle Hebert, Larry the Cable Guy, Laura Bailey, Lewis Black, Mae Whitman, Mandy Moore, Matt "Chad Vader" Sloan, Matthew Mercer, Ming-Na Wen, Nika Futterman, Nolan North, Robin Atkin Downes, Roger Craig Smith, Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Silverman, Steve Blum, Tara Strong, Tom Kane, Tom Kenny, Travis Willingham, Troy Baker, Yuri Lowenthal, and Anthony Daniels as C-3PO.
- The Continuity Reboot of the Spyro the Dragon series actually billed itself on its name talent, which included people like Elijah Wood, Gary Oldman, David Spade and Wayne Brady in its primary roles. Even the minor roles tended to be filled with recognizable cartoon voice actors.
- The Kingdom Hearts series sports an impressive cast, featuring Haley Joel Osment, David Gallagher, Hayden Panettiere, Jesse Mc Cartney, Brittany Snow, Christopher Lee, Leonard Nimoy and Mark Hamill. And that's not even getting into the crossover characters. The roles that aren't filled by Celebrity Voice Actors instead tend to go to voice actors who have a strong fan following in their own right. This is even quite visible in the first game, when you got Lance Bass, Mandy Moore, and Billy Zane.
- The Brazilian Portuguese dub of League of Legends includes the biggest names form Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.
- LEGO Dimensions features the talents of Laura Bailey, J. K. Simmons, Gary Oldman, Tara Strong, Ellen McLain, Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox, Stephen Merchant, Travis Willingham, Nolan North, Peter Capaldi, Chris Pratt, Sean Astin, Elizabeth Banks, Frank Welker, and Troy Baker.
- Mitsumete Knight, then aimed by Konami as the next Tokimeki Memorial-like Cash Cow Franchise, benefitted of such a voice actor cast: among the main heroines can be found Hiroko Konishi, Yumi Touma, Mariko Kouda, Kikuko Inoue, Junko Iwao, Michiko Neya, Yuka Imai, Houko Kuwashima, Shiho Niiyama, Yuko Mizutani, Yuko Minaguchi, and Wakana Yamazaki; the enemy characters count Daisuke Gori, Takeshi Aono, Nobutoshi Canna, and Yasunori Masutani in their ranks; and the secondary characters have Kazuya Nakai and Hideo Ishikawa as well.
- Onmyōji, holy shit. Almost all of its cast are big-name voice actors, featuring Noriaki Sugiyama in the lead role, Rie Kugimiya, Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Miyuki Sawashiro, Tomokazu Sugita, Nana Mizuki, Kenichi Suzumura, Kazuya Nakai, Akira Ishida, Takehito Koyasu among many others. Same goes for the English MOBA dub cast with talents like Yuri Lowenthal and Crispin Freeman. Averted with the Chinese MOBA dub cast.
- Fallout: New Vegas's voice cast includes Danny Trejo, Yuri Lowenthal, Laura Bailey, Roger Cross, Zachary Levi, Felicia Day, Steve Blum, Michael Hogan, Kris Kristofferson, Debra Wilson, Courtenay Taylor, Keith Szarabajka, etc.
- Xenoblade Chronicles X English voice cast features a wide variety of LA and even Texas VAs, such as Caitlin Glass, Cassandra Lee, Carrie Keranen, Michael Sinterniklaas, Matthew Mercer, Patrick Seitz, Cindy Robinson, Kirk Thornton, Mela Lee, Kaiji Tang, D.C. Douglas, Doug Erholtz, Josh Grelle, Cherami Leigh, Alexis Tipton, Kira Buckland, Robbie Daymond, Benjamin Diskin, Erin Fitzgerald, Kate Higgins, Yuri Lowenthal, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, Bryce Papenbrook, Tara Platt, Keith Silverstein, Cristina Valenzuela, Dan Woren, Brian Beacock, Lauren Landa, Erica Mendez, Christopher Corey Smith, Julie Ann Taylor, Kyle Hebert, Stephanie Sheh, Christine Marie Cabanos, Wendee Lee, Amanda Céline Miller, Michelle Ruff and Spike Spencer.
- Playstation All Stars Battle Royale goes to great lengths to maintain its cast's more iconic voices, pulling in actors from across 3 continents at times. The main roster includes Nolan North, Sean Pertwee, Tara Strong, James Arnold Taylor, David Kaye, Quinton Flynn, Corey Burton, Sanae Kobayashi, Unshou Ishizuka, Josh Keaton (who voiced Jak in The Lost Frontier), and Jennifer Hale in the game's Darrin (of Nariko). Secondary NPC's include Stephen Fry, Dan Green, Armin Shimerman, Grey DeLisle, Jason Donovan, and Clancy Brown.
- The Halo series has definitely got an all star cast. For example, the overall voice cast includes Robin Atkin Downes, Keith David, Terrence Stamp, Orlando Jones, Jennifer Hale, Michael Wincott, Michelle Rodriguez, Ron Perlman, Zachary Levi, Ron Livingston, Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Steve Blum, Adam Baldwin, Nolan North, Jonathan Ross, Tricia Helfer, Mark Rolston, Keith Szarabajka, Yuri Lowenthal, Akiva Schaffer, Gideon Emery, Conan O'Brien, etc. Live-action adaptations also add Anna Popplewell, Daniel Cudmore, and Ty Olsson, among others.
- The Elder Scrolls Online has big names like John Cleese, Bill Nighy, Kate Beckinsale, Michael Gambon, and Jim Cummings.
- Kid Icarus: Uprising has big-time voice-acting talent behind its colorful cast of characters, including Cree Summer, Ali Hillis, Nika Futterman, Kari Wahlgren, Troy Baker, Fred Tatasciore, among other talented voice actors. This is a notable first for Nintendo as they typically use staff members and other persons who are not known for voice-acting.
- Fire Emblem:
- Fire Emblem Awakening features voice acting by big names in the anime dubbing industry, with Matthew Mercer front lining as Chrom. He is joined by David Vincent, Michelle Ruff, Laura Bailey, Yuri Lowenthal, Kyle Hebert, Cindy Robinson, Karen Strassman, and many others.
- The Japanese version of Fire Emblem Fates stars Nobunaga Shimazaki, Satomi Sato, Yuuichi Nakamura, Kaori Nazuka, Yuki Kaji, Hisako Kanemoto, Katsuyuki Konishi, Mamoru Miyano and Miyuki Sawashiro. And that's just the main cast.
- Fire Emblem Heroes has, to put it lightly, too many recognizable voice actors to count, both in English and in Japanese. In a mobile game.
- For Super Robot Wars, this is both a requirement and an expectation, due to many voice actors having to reprise their roles from the countless giant mecha anime represented in different installments. Hell, even the Banpresto Originals get their own names to know in anime. There's just too many to list.
- Fable III definitely counts. While there had been some notable names in earlier installments, the third game has a huge voice cast that includes Ben Kingsley, Stephen Fry, Simon Pegg, Naomie Harris, Michael Fassbender, Zoe Wanamaker, Bernard Hill, Nicholas Hoult, John Cleese, Sean Pertwee, Jonathan Ross, Jason Manford, Mark Heap, Sarah Hadland, Daniela Denby-Ashe, Rosie Cavaliero and Lucy Gaskell. Some of these weren't even main characters, and because of the branching plot, there was no guarantee they'd all turn up in your play through.
- XCOM 2 War of The Chosen Expansion Pack features the voicework of Jonathan Frakes, Michael Dorn, Marina Sirtis, Denise Crosby and John de Lancie. Jake Solomon Assured us that it's a total coincidence that several actors from one of his favorite TV shows happen to be in the cast.
- Ripper: It's rather astonishing how many A-list actors this FMV game managed to attract. Christopher Walken, Burgess Meredith, Karen Allen, and John Rhys-Davies all get top billing. Paul Giamatti is also in this, but this was back when he was an unknown NYC actor.
- Street Fighter IV Japanese Dub features Hiroki Takahashi, Fumiko Orikasa, Hiroki Yasumoto, Junichi Suwabe, Miyuki Sawashiro, Mie Sonozaki, Kenta Miyake, Yuuichi Nakamura, Yuji Ueda, Toru Okawa, Wataru Hatano, Akio Ohtsuka, Misato Fukuen, Daisuke Kishio, Eri Kitamura, Saki Fujita, Akeno Watanabe, Ayumi Fujimura, Atsuko Tanaka and Wataru Takagi. Their also Role Reprisal their role in SFV minus Nakamura, Hatano, Ohtsuka, Watanabe, Fujita, Tanaka and Takagi.
- Street Fighter V Japanese Dub features Kosuke Toriumi, Tarusuke Shingaki, Hiromi Igarashi, Yoko Hikasa, Shigeru Chiba, Ayumu Murase, Shintaro Asanuma, Romi Park, Fumihiko Tachiki, Aya Endo, Aoi Yuuki, Hiroyuki Yoshino, Ryota Takeuchi, Sumire Uesaka, Nobuo Tobita and Kazuhiro Yamaji.