New Releases: RPG Maker MV Heroes and Villains Voices, English Vol 1&2, Japanese Vol 1-3

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  1. RPGMakerWeb

    RPGMakerWeb Admin Staff Member Veteran

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    One final release day for August, and its a HUGE one. Five new packs to give voice to your game!

    And by that, I mean literally, let's add some voices to those adventures!

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    First up, we have our two Heroes and Villains Voices English packs! Nearly 300 voice lines, male, female, hero and villain to add to your game.

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    Between these two packs, you'll have plenty to spice up your battles and journeys with plenty of common phrases to bring voice to your characters!

    Listen to some samples and learn more in the links below:

    But maybe you want to bring the Anime or JRPG feel to your game, an easy ask with the Japanese Heroes and Villains Voices Packs!

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    These three packs contain 550+ lines for heroes and villains.

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    Covering a wide variety of common situations and exclamations, these lines are easy to integrate into your project.

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    With these voices, you can easily add that extra JRPG flair to your game.

    Listen to some samples and learn more in the links below:

    And for our Deal of the Week, 50% off of Animations Collection I: Quintessence!

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  2. Parallax Panda

    Parallax Panda Got into VxAce ~2014 and never stopped... Veteran

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    Yes! This is what I've been waiting for. Let me guess, these are ported from the RMMV Trinity games? :kaojoy:
     
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  3. Engr. Adiktuzmiko

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    Woah voices.. This is awesome
     
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  4. Eric_SD-RPG-Studio

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    Really nice. I like it. :thumbsup-right:
     
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  5. Saltwater Croc

    Saltwater Croc Voice Actor/Frelance Composer Veteran

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    I don't really have the words to describe how I feel about this, but I'll try.

    This is easily some of the worst voice acting I've ever heard.

    - The performances are very unconvincing. There's no feeling. No emotion.
    - The diction isn't good. (More on that later)
    - The audio quality is subpar at best. I don't know what they voice actors recorded with, but the way it was set up could use a bit of work...

    - On the note of diction, Why would they use JP actors to record lines in English? it doesn't make sense to me. There are TONS of professional, semi pro, or even ROOKIE actors who would love to have done something like this.
    To be fair, I'm sure the actors must have done a phenomenal job if these recordings are also in JP (But this is about the English voices). but for this... It would have been best to use native speakers (or fluent ones) for something like this.

    I'm sorry but IMO this is not worth the money.
     
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    I'm afraid I second this. I saw this announced a few days ago, and I was like "Oh cool!". But when you learn that the English voices were done with the Japanese actors and you hear this really weird Engrish, it's super hard to justify getting the English packs at all. I'm guessing this was a KADOKAWA thing, but yeah, this did not hit.

    For the record, the Japanese lines sound great, and perfect for the "sub-not-dub" crowd to go full weeb with their games!
     
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  7. BloodletterQ

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    The voices are kind of hilarious if you want to have a bit of a throwback to the days PSX RPGs that had cringe voice acting... Actually wouldn't mind it being expanded upon for this reason.
     
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