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Ever wondered how Legion's voice evolved out of the robotic clicks and buzzes of a normal geth? Mass Effect 3 audio lead Rob Blake walks us through the process in this behind-the-scenes video.
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Awesome, I still wonder how they created the original clicks for the Geth and why they stuck with it.
Legion was probably one of my most favorite characters of Mass Effect 2.
Legion is epic!!!!
Yes, that is WAY cool! Talented folks over there!
Very nice. I didn't even realize how Legion's voice was a mixture of humanly intonations and the original geth voice. It just shows how much detail BioWare really is putting into this game with just voices alone.
That was interesting. It's amazing to think about all the work that goes into video games that normal gamers never even think about.
Awesome. He was in steady rotation in my party. I hope there are more features like this all month. I don't think I want any story/too much new stuff all month.
this was really cool. I had no idea so much work went into the voices of characters. Legion was one of my favorites too.
Legion is awesome. He made the ultimate sacrifice for me on the first play-through, but he made it out alive on the second time around, so I'm really looking forward to what they do with him in ME3.
Awesome, I would have never guessed how complex it was to get the voice right and it's nice to see how much work bioware puts into little details such as this. Legion was by far my favorite new character in ME2, I just wish he wasn't introduced so late in the game though. Hopefully he is a permanent part member in ME3.
Pretty interesting, Legion was one of my favorite characters in ME2
they wouldn't have done this now unless legion is in ME3
All audio guys has an incredible lack of hair for some reason.