Tuesday, June 07, 2005

Voice actors to vote on strike - Yahoo! News

I don't play a lot of video games anymore, I just don't have the time. And while I think it might be neat to have well known people do the voices for these games, I can't see how it's much of a selling point. If anyone should be sharing in the profits of these games, it should be the programmers who do the real work behind a video game. And the last part of the article sums it up pretty well:

If a strike occurs, game players probably won't notice much of a difference, GamePro editor Sid Shuman says. "I think if you asked gamers what is more important, recognizable voices or prices not climbing higher, they are going to opt for lower prices."

I think so, too.

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