Hi,
Didn't Justin use his wife's voice for Troopenum? I'm not sure about
that, but whoever did the voice work did a darn good job of it. The
young woman who did the voice overs for Troopenum sounds pretty hot,
and she sounded very professional to boot. Definitely can't complain
about that voice for the game.
However, finding good professional voice talent is hard to find as you
pointed out. The need time to record the voice overs, have to have the
right voice for the job, and not expect much in return as payment.
That's a pretty unlikely set of job descriptions, and is hard to come
by.  You pretty much have to have the money or know someone willing to
do that sort of thing for free.

On 3/19/10, Bryan Peterson <bpeterson2...@cableone.net> wrote:
> Oh I don't disagree with you. It's just that it's one thing for a guy with
> only himself and/or a furry little child to support to be able to afford to
> use professional voice talent in his projects and quie another for someone
> with a wife and kids to support. True Justin Daubenmire of BSC Games
> generally uses human speech but he usually uses his own voice or that of a
> close friend as I understand it. I don't know how often, if ever, that he's
> actually able to pay those who lend their voices to his titles.
> Homer: Hey, uh, could you go across the street and get me a slice of pizza?
> Vender: No pizza. Only Khlav Kalash.

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