Fallout 4 Voice Actress Talks Immense Detail, Story Depth
In games like Fallout 4, the developers go out of their way to create a supremely detailed and believable atmosphere.
It certainly impressed one of the game's voice actors, who also spoke a bit about the depth and scope of the story material.
During a recent IGN interview, actress Courtenay Taylor talked about her impressions of Bethesda's highly anticipated action/RPG. She recorded over 13,000 lines! All told, there were over 111,000 recorded lines of dialogue.
"I've never worked this long on a game and I think that does affect my excitement but also the material is great. The writing is great. It is exactly what you would expect from a Fallout game, but better--it’s more immersive. They’ve taken it to a new level. There’s no stone that’s been unturned."
Taylor compared it to when she went to Pixar and they were talking about the "Cars" movie. She says you knew that in every car there would be a glove box, even if that glove box is never opened. This is the kind of detail we can expect in Fallout 4, which, while impressive, is kinda what we've come to expect in the past few years, right?
We just learned that ex-Wonder Woman Lynda Carter wrote and performed five songs for the game in question, and hey, want a beer to celebrate Fallout 4's arrival? It launches on November 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Related Game(s): Fallout 4
11/3/2015 11:17:13 AM Ben Dutka