Agreed. Eloquence is fine for general day to day screen reader tasks,
but using it in games or having it read books is terrible. For one thing
it totally kills the ambiance for me.
Tomb Hunter is a game series with a very strong female character roll.
Therefore it follows the game's narration would be a female as well.
Preferably a human sounding one if possible. Using a robotic voice like
Eloquence, ESpeak, or a male character voice would simply have the wrong
ambiance and feel.
Bryan Peterson wrote:
No. Eloquence is totally wrong for a game like this. The only reason,
and I mean absolutely the ONLY reason that I even use Eloquence in
Window-Eyes is because of its fast response time. I wouldn't use it at
all otherwise since I hate the voices.
Homer: Hey, uh, could you go across the street and get me a slice of
Vender: No pizza. Only Khlav Kalash.
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