The Voices of Transformers Fall of Cybertron

Transformers Fall of Cybertron is the direct sequel to War for Cybertron from High Moon Studios. It will be launching at the end of August, the 28th, for the PC as well as the XB360 and Ps3 video game systems. This game will highlight how Cybertron fell and gamers will be able to take part in some epic battles. Once again, you will be playing as both Autobots and Decepticons as they battle for their planet, Cyberton.

To go along with this action packed game will be a the incredible voice talents of the original Optimus Prime, Peter Cullen, who have been the voice of the Autobots leader since the very beginning. The original voice of Grimlock will also be heard thanks to Gregg Berger, who has also been Grimlock’s voice since the get go.

Joining these two iconic voices will be:

  1. Nolan North as Bruticus, Cliffjumper and Brawl
  2. Fred Tatasciore as Megatron, Ratchet and Metroplex
  3. Issac Singleton as Soundwave
  4. Troy Baker as Jazz, Kickback and Jetfire
  5. Steve Blum as Shockwave, Sharpshot and Swindle

Nolan North has given his voice to several cartoons and video games, including the voice of Nathan Drake in the Uncharted series. Fred Tatasciore has lended his voice to Juzo from Afro Samurai, as well as cartoons, video games and movies. Issac Singleton has played Soundwave before in both Dark of the Moon and War for Cybertron. Troy Baker has worked on several animes, cartoons, movies and video games that include Snow from Final Fantasy 13 and Kai Leng in Mass Effect 3. Steve Blum has worked on animes including voicing Spike in Cowboy Bebop, Legend of Korra‘s Amon, as well as movies and video games.

Clearly this is one outstanding voice cast with a rich history and know-how on using their voices to make a character believable.

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