Saints Row Gat Out Of Hell Behind The Scenes Voice Acting Trailer Shows How All Games Should Be Made [VIDEO]

By Steve Buja , Updated Dec 12, 2014 09:51 AM EST
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The twisted minds over at Deep Silver want to let you know that while they make games that are patently ridiculous - titles that feature a La-Z-Boy chair equipped with automatic weapons - they are very professional in creating said games. The company released a new behind the scenes video about the voice acting for their upcoming ‘sure to be insane’ title, Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell.

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The new three and a half minute video takes you into the recording studio alongside Daniel Dae-Kim (Jonny Gat in the game, and perhaps best known as Jin from Lost), the legendary voice-actor Dee Bradley Baker (who will be the voice of my childhood as Olmec from Legends of the Hidden Temple), Eden Riegel, and more.

Not pictured: Troy Baker, Nolan North and Jennifer Hale, the voice actors one you would expect to see in a game like this. I mean, is it really a game if one of those three aren’t in it?

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Videos like these are always fun because voice acting is a really thankless job (again, unless you’re named North or Baker). If you do your job correctly, no one even knows it’s you. Tell me honestly, did you know that was Daniel Dae Kim?

Watching Dee Bradley Baker, who’s been in nearly every game ever released since 2000, is a gem. He fluctuates his voice from a high pitched, squirrelly demon to some bad-ass destroyer of souls. He even offers some pro-tips as to how to increase your range of voices and sounds for the up and coming voice actor.

Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell is the follow-up to the over-the-top Saints Row IV. In it, players will guide Jonny Gat through the depths of Hell to rescue the leader of the Saints. It promises to be just as ludicrous as its predecessor. The standalone expansion is out on January 20 here in the states for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PS3.

Check out the behind the scenes video below.

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