It appears as if Obsidian Entertainment is making good use of what little interaction there is to be had in the Fallout universe. Fallout: New Vegas will feature a line-up of notable actors filling speaking roles in the game, with a list that includes Matthew Perry, Kris Kristofferson, Danny Trejo, and even Chuck's Zach Levi.
But perhaps most importantly, Ron Perlman will be the game's narrator. It's a position he's filled often in the series, and most recently with Fallout 3.
William Sadler, Felicia Day, Michael Dorn, John Doman, Rene Auberjonois will join Perlman and the other mentioned actors. In a cute twist, so will Mr. Las Vegas, Wayne Newton. The singer will play a radio DJ who riffs on himself, proving once and for all that what stays in Vegas must really stay in Vegas.
Speaking to USA Today about the role, Newton said his character "has a perverted sense of humor." He added later that he has never had the time to play a game before, nor has he ever acted for one. This'll be a first time for a man who has, honestly, probably seen a little bit of everything else.
== TEASER ==As for the rest of the cast, Trejo will play Raul the Ghoul, a gunslinger; Perry will play a gangster; Levi will play a member of the Followers of the Apocalypse named Arcade; John Dorman will play the dictator Caesar; Dorn will continue his role as the intelligent super mutant Marcus; Kristofferson will play a grizzled soldier named Chief Hanlon; Sadler will play a robot named Victor; and Felicia Day will play a Brotherhood scribe named Veronica.
That's a lot voices, and apparently there will be even more cameos in the game. Fallout: New Vegas and its line-up of crazy voice talent ships this October.