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Mike Bithell, the creator of Thomas Was Alone, announced his new game, Volume, a few months ago with a gameplay trailer. The latest trailer for the game teases the Robin Hood-inspired story, and reveals at least two actors who will be providing voices for the game.
Volume's story is still fairly ambiguous, but it is apparently a retelling of the Robin Hood mythology. Players taking on the role of Robert Locksley as he makes his way through "the Volume's database."
Charlie McDonnell will be providing the voice of Locksley, and Danny Wallace will voice his AI assistant. Wallace played the role of the narrator in Thomas Was Alone.
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The tiny image on the home page made me think he was wearing a Guy Fawkes mask.
I wasn't too excited after the reveal but this has me very interested. Glad to see Housden and Wallace are back.
I can't hear Charlie McDonnel's voice without seeing...well, without seeing Charlie. Being a YouTube star will do that, I guess. As for Danny Wallace...well, I've only known him as Shaun Hastings, so I'm looking forward to seeing what he does.
Well Iam loving the Humour so far.