Voice acting is one of those more modern beasts, a luxury that older hardware was never privy to. Now that we have it regularly though, it’s one of the most variable aspects of a game. Some titles hit the nail on the head, whilst others totally let down a decent story with lame vocal efforts.
Then there are those other rare examples where a vocal talent is so appropriate, so in character, or so down right odd that it’s just plain disturbing. We’ve got ten of them together for your reading pleasure. This list may contain spoilers!
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1. Michael Mondo (Vaas)
Far Cry 3 was a big game. Spanning two islands with two very different main antagonists, the final boss was undercut by Vaas, the main enemy at the game's outset. He's later revealed to be little more than a middle man, but he remains the face of Far Cry 3 in spite of this. The reason is because of his personality. The main boss, Hoyt, is comparatively stable, more Machiavellian than truly delusional, but Vaas is insane through and through, something that makes him much more dangerous. Part of his insanity is in his totally unhinged voice acting, courtesy of the excellent Michael Mondo.