So, first we gots the Boss/President voice selection:
- Troy Baker -- American male
- Robin Atkin Downes -- British cockney male
- Kenn Michael -- African American male
- Laura Bailey -- American female
- Diane Michelle -- French female
- Sumalee Montano -- African American female
- Nolan North -- Nolan North
Sad to see the Russian and Hispanic female voices go, though. 'specially since the Hispanic voice was one of but two--the other being Kenn Michael--who was brought over from SR2.
But still, getting a saucy French female, the return of a sassy African American female, and of course Mr North himself, is a price I'm willing to pay.
And because none of that matters anywhoo because Robin Atkin Downes op bitches nya nya.
I made a poll alongside here, too. While we already have a thread asking between Troy Baker and Nolan North, I think it's much fairer that we have one that encompasses all of the options at hand.
Anywhoo besides that we also had a lot of the supporting cast getting revealed as well, which I'll spoiler considering there's a fair few surprise cameos in here that I already regret in having found out. Though I at least left open some of the characters we're already privy to via trailers and so forth:
Keith David -- Keith David
Danielle Nicolet -- Shaundi
Jennifer Jules Hart -- Shaundi #2
Natalie Lander -- Kinzie Kensington
Terry Crews -- Benjamin King
Daniel Dae Kim --Johnny Gat
Rebecca Riedy -- Asha Odekar
JB Blanc -- Zinyak/Phillipe Loren
Michael Dorn -- Maero
Neil Patrick Harris -- DJ Veteran Child
Yuri Lowenthal -- Matt Miller
Arif Kinchen -- Pierce Washington
Tim Thomerson -- Cyrus Temple
Mike Carlucci -- Zach
Rob Van Dam -- Bobby
Andrew Bowen -- Josh Birk/NyteBlayde
Michael Yurchak -- CID
TC Carson -- Big Tony
Ursula Taherian -- Tanya
Ogie Banks -- Warren Williams
Fuckin' Terry Crews as the King!! Really unfortunate that Michael Clarke Duncan of course couldn't reprise the role, but this is one mighty appealing replacement. Bit disappointing that they couldn't bring back Eliza Dushku for SR2 Shaundi, either. But giving the character a separate voice actress all the same to help emphasise how incredibly different they are is appreciative enough.
Oh, and here's ya damn cocoa.