>voice actor of character dies in real life
>you never see them again
What games do this?
came here to post this
>III AM THE ENGINE OF LIFE
>watching defiance outtakes having a giggle
Zato-1. Died in the story, became a zombie controlled by his shadow to remain playable.
>Zato-1's VA dies
>Zato gets rewritten so he can still be playable and to explain the new VA
>Slayer's seiyuu died
>Ashly Burch and Troy Baker will die in your lifetime
>that delicious brown girl
It's always the good ones.
Are there any cases in video games series where new VA for a character is not worse or even better than the old one?
I thought the replacement VAs for Teddie and Kanji in Persona 4's various new games/rereleases were perfectly fine.
Chie's wasn't really good but then her original was worse if you ask me.
Rise's new VA is shit though
>Japanese voice actor of Revolver Ocelot dies in real life.
>Have him act like Liquid Snake through an overcomplicated plot involving a botched arm transplant in order to trick an AI system tracking his every actions in order to rebel against it and free the comatose body of his old idol.
Tom Kenny was an acceptable replacement for Carlos Alazraqui with Spyro.
Stoner is at least equal to Panettiere's Kairi.
Taylor arguably made Ratchet much more likable than Kelley.
Scooter got offed in Borderlands because his actor had a massive stroke. Not exactly death as we traditionally define it, but for acting career it is pretty much the end barring some miracle recovery.