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Geek Melee Interview English Star Fox 64/Zero Voice Actors

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In the midst of the hype around Star Fox Zero, Geek Melee got in touch with the main English voice actors who originally worked on Star Fox 64, and by extension also on Star Fox 64 3D, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U, and eventually Star Fox Zero. They first make quick introductions about who are Mike West (Fox/James), Bill Johns* (Falco/Andrew/others), Rick May* (Peppy/Andross), Lyssa Browne (Slippy/Katt), Jock Blaney* (Wolf/Bill/others), Dave White (Pepper/Pigma/ROB/others), and Jay Green* (Leon/others), and then asking them about their experiences recording for these characters from their original roles in Star Fox 64 until their eventual reprisals in Star Fox Zero. You can read the full Geek Melee interview here.

* These actors did not reprise their original character roles in Star Fox 64 3D and/or Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U.

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