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Can we have updated companion conversations.


AureliaSulis

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Hi,

Is is possible to have updated character statements at end game.

For example - Malavai Quinn has abandoned the Empire and now is a member of the Alliance but he still states "For the Empire" and "It's times like this when I most think the Empire will prevail."

Is it possible to update these statements and include new ones in that are relevant to the new content?

Also, additional endgame Companion quests and interactions would be appreciated too.

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Hi,

Is is possible to have updated character statements at end game.

For example - Malavai Quinn has abandoned the Empire and now is a member of the Alliance but he still states "For the Empire" and "It's times like this when I most think the Empire will prevail."

Is it possible to update these statements and include new ones in that are relevant to the new content?

Also, additional endgame Companion quests and interactions would be appreciated too.

 

The voice actor for Malavai Quinn is Richard Teverson and now that he's done filming production on Downton Abbey and other projects as of late, I don't know, give him a call. See if he's free. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1510188/

 

Also, please note that some of the voice actors are now dead.

For example, the voice actor Geoge Coe (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Coe), responsible for the following voices:

Doctor Godera, Grommik Kruthson, Keyo-So, Master Chamma, Master Wyellett, Senator Grell, Archivist Varus, Kai Teyun, Civilian Hostage, Hostage Engineer

died in 2015.

 

Voice actors for some of the original class story companions are also dead.

 

So other than the availability of these voice actors (for being either dead or off on other projects at the moment), there is the question of money to pay them, a script writer to write their lines, the time it takes them to be in the studio to record their lines, the time it takes a dev to set up the written dialogue on the screen to match the dialogue in the script, inserted the recording in a cut scene (which requires paying animators)....

 

...which leads to... if Bioware does choose to update the voices, strangely enough software houses need living actors to record new lines, which means scrounging around to pay for new voice actors who sound moderately similar to the old ones.

 

...so good luck on that.

 

Possible, yes. Will the voices sound (necessarily) exactly like the old voices, no. Cheap, no.

Edited by xordevoreaux
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