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Mastiff Announces Voice Actors for Gurumin
11.01.06 - 4:30 PM

San Franscisco, California-based Mastiff today announced the cast of voice actors for its North American release of Nihon Falcom's Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure for PlayStation Portable. Among them are several well-known voice actors, such as Amber Hood and Tara Strong, the English voice of Final Fantasy X and X-2's Rikku. Below you will find a complete list of Gurumin's voice actresses and actors:

Parin (protagonist): Amber Hood (Shark Tale, Polar Express, EverQuest II, Onimusha II, La Pucelle, Baldur's Gate)
Cream, Mosby, Baby Tokaron: Tara Strong (Final Fantasy X, X-2, Kingdom Hearts II, Ninja Gaiden, etc.)
Rocko, Digby and Puchi: Dee Bradley Baker (Dawn of the Dead, Scooby Doo 2, Final Fantasy X-2, Viewtiful Joe, etc.)

In other roles:

Justin Shenkarow (Hey Arnold!)
Kim Mai Guest (Metal Gear Solid)
Robin Atkin Downes (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic)
Michael Gough (Diablo I and II)
Steve Blum (God of War)
Quinton Flynn (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)

The recording will be supervised by Kris Zimmermann. The voice director's track record includes Dead Rising, Tomb Raider: Legend, and Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence.

Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure will go on sale on February 13th, 2007.


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