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The Voice behind Halo's Guilty Spark

Our beloved Duncan came across an interview with Tim Dadabo who is the voice behind Halo's Guilty Spark.  360 Stylecast did the interview and Tim offers a little perspective into the Halo Universe.  Check out the podcast which is hosted by Avid X and Bimbo Barbie.  I had an opportunity to do a little video game voice-over myself for the highly acclaimed video game JAWS UNLEASHED on the Xbox.  Yea, I didn't think you played it.  It got a 3.8 on gamespot.  I could only play past the first level where I heard myself screaming "It's a Shark"!  "Somebody help me"!  "My leg, My leg"!  I was too frustrated by the controls and choppy gameplay to continue, although I'm sure JAWS takes a chunk out of me in Level 2.  It was a pretty cool experience regardless.

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  • Matthew MushallMatthew Mushall

    Actually, I rented Jaws unleashed.  It had serious potential, like so many games, but ultimately failed.  A similar title (in so far as playing a sea creature) that worked quite well if one could overcome the cheesy factor, was the Dreamcast's Ecco: Defender of The Future.  It later came to the PS2...and that is the definitive title I would recommend you try if you're looking for a sea game that worked.  The inclusion of your voice would have perfected it...although you would have been relegated to narration, because none of the animals were voiced and humans were only mentioned and never seen.

    "hmm hmm hn hmm...oh, Hello."  Tim did a wonderful job voicing the monitor of installation 04.  343 Guilty Spark is one of my favorite characters beside Cortana in the Halo Universe.  I was disappointed by his destruction in Halo 3.  It almost looked as though he had become an ally before he malfunctioned in the end.  Unfortunate.

    Anyway, thanks for sending this our way.  Good stuff.  And again...It's great to have you back.  Wink

  • Matthew MushallMatthew Mushall

    Actually, I rented Jaws unleashed.  It had serious potential, like so many games, but ultimately failed.  A similar title (in so far as playing a sea creature) that worked quite well if one could overcome the cheesy factor, was the Dreamcast's Ecco: Defender of The Future.  It later came to the PS2...and that is the definitive title I would recommend you try if you're looking for a sea game that worked.  The inclusion of your voice would have perfected it...although you would have been relegated to narration, because none of the animals were voiced and humans were only mentioned and never seen.

    "hmm hmm hn hmm...oh, Hello."  Tim did a wonderful job voicing the monitor of installation 04.  343 Guilty Spark is one of my favorite characters beside Cortana in the Halo Universe.  I was disappointed by his destruction in Halo 3.  It almost looked as though he had become an ally before he malfunctioned in the end.  Unfortunate.

    Anyway, thanks for sending this our way.  Good stuff.  And again...It's great to have you back.  Wink

  • Googleman81Googleman81

    does anyone else really like the dude voicing over sam fisher, but hasnt played the splinter cell series further than chaos theory because ubisoft switched to the by some people unliked unreal engine? isnt jaws unleashed where you play the white shark eating defenseless surfers and stuff, with gore and blood and flying body parts? is there a pc demo? i could not find it.

  • Googleman81Googleman81

    does anyone else really like the dude voicing over sam fisher, but hasnt played the splinter cell series further than chaos theory because ubisoft switched to the by some people unliked unreal engine? isnt jaws unleashed where you play the white shark eating defenseless surfers and stuff, with gore and blood and flying body parts? is there a pc demo? i could not find it.

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