Dead Space Remake: Why Giving Isaac A Voice is A Big Improvement
The success of the event seems to have a lot riding on itDead SpaceRemake. Fans will be happy to see a return to their roots after mixed reception—dead Space 3. EA needs the game to be a commercial success and a rebirth of the horror franchise. EA Motive presented an earlier development update stream this week that answered fans’ many questions about the game since its announcements. It also showed off an early version of the game. It was also revealed that Wright would return to the franchise as Isaac Clarke’s voice.
This possibility was discussed among fans ever since the Dead Space remake announcement. Wright’s return to voice the protagonist of the game is a pleasant surprise. Isaac did not speak in the original Dead Space, so no one knew if he would be voiced in this remake. This is a smart move that will result in a better experience and possibly a better franchise.
Gunner Wright’s Return to Dead Space
Dead SpaceIt’s just a nice thing to see Wright back in the franchise. As the series got more plot-heavy with later entries, Wright’s portrayal of Isaac was full-on nuance. Wright was able to embody Clarke’s character and transform Isaac Clarke into a gaming icon.
Many Dead Space fans were relieved to hear that Wright had returned. Many talented voice actors in this industry could be up to the challenge, but Wright and Isaac Clarke seem inseparable in Dead Space’s hearts and minds. Any other voice behind the helmet wouldn’t have felt right.
The game never felt as though Isaac was speaking throughout the game. Dead Space will be even better if Isaac has a voice.
Many terrible things happen to Isaac in Dead Space. He reckons with EA Motive for the remainder of the franchise. Players should be able to hear him speak as the events unfold. This will help players understand what’s really going on inside his head while he cuts his way through the Ishimura. EA Motive also set some guidelines for Isaac’s voice, which should preserve the isolation of Dead Space for the remake.