Super Bomberman R To Feature Original Voice Actors For Master Chief, Ratchet & Clank (VIDEO)
Earlier this year Konami announced that Super Bomberman R – initially a Nintendo exclusive – was being brought over to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Additionally, each new version of the game would be getting its own exclusive characters, with PC (Steam) players receiving P-body from Portal, Xbox One players getting Master Chief, and PS4 players getting Ratchet & Clank. Now, just a few days before the PC and console release, it has been revealed that guest characters Master Chief and Ratchet & Clank will be voiced by their original voice actors, with Steve Downes reprising his role as the former, and Arnold Taylor/David Kaye reprising their roles as the latter. Check out the two trailers below featuring their voices:
Here’s a breakdown of Super Bomberman R for those interested:
“Play alone or with a friend in a Story Mode jam-packed with different levels. Re-experience classic Battle Mode,
or discover the brand new Grand Prix Mode in which team play is just as important as individual skills!
New characters are joining the fight. Play locally or online with friends and players from around the world!
Super Bomberman R is the biggest Bomberman game ever!”
A campaign playable alone or with a friend in local co-op.
Join the 8 Bomberman heroes and help them to defeat the Evil Emperor Buggler!
The classic and fun Battle Mode is back.
Play with up to 8 players locally or 8 players online!
Grand Prix is a new competitive mode in which teamwork is key.
Which team will show the best skills and be crowned as the best in the Universe!?
Super Bomberman R is now available for Nintendo Switch, with the upcoming PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions arriving on June 12, 2018.
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