#1 Edited by HMacyFan4eva (36 posts) -

The guy in the trailer had an american accent, but hopefully that's not representative of the final game. If Max is some gravelly voiced American I will not be happy.

#2 Posted by impartialgecko (1699 posts) -

If he was super insensitive and crazy that would be cool too.

#3 Posted by Metal_Mills (3033 posts) -

The guy in the trailer had an american accent, but hopefully that's not representative of the final game. If Max is some gravelly voiced American I will not be happy.

It's not. In fact, it's not even set in Australia anymore. They're going full American. Fucking stupid.

#4 Posted by Hailinel (25201 posts) -

@hmacyfan4eva said:

The guy in the trailer had an american accent, but hopefully that's not representative of the final game. If Max is some gravelly voiced American I will not be happy.

It's not. In fact, it's not even set in Australia anymore. They're going full American. Fucking stupid.

Your source?

#5 Posted by RadecAU (92 posts) -
#6 Posted by envane (1164 posts) -

its going to get banned anyways , why does it matter ?

#7 Posted by Hailinel (25201 posts) -

@envane said:

its going to get banned anyways , why does it matter ?

...Mad Max is Australian. It's kind of a significant point.

#8 Posted by danm_999 (78 posts) -

Would have been rather baffling to get the Mad Max license then take out the Australians.

#9 Posted by RadecAU (92 posts) -
#10 Edited by danm_999 (78 posts) -

@radecau: well that happened because AIP received a finished product with bad sound quality and only had American voice over actors to fix the issue.

That's not really the situation Avalanche find themselves in.