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Monday, March 23, 2015

Voice Acting of Defend Anita Sarkeesian

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - And sound effects.

Besides a Let's Play video (and if you do one of those, you get a big bonus in the KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program), the last thing we can do to promote Defend Anita Sarkeesian is releasing all the voice-acting and sound effects for the game.

Here you go:

Gonna admit, these are really fun to listen to, even if there is substantially less voicework than Trayvon Tyson's Punch-Out!!.

Also heads (and hands) up: Because March is Women's Month or something, every article for this last full week of March 2015 is going to have some sort of focus on women. Obviously, a game about defending the life of Anita Sarkeesian, a feminist icon, is focused on a woman. So the voice-acting and sound effects from said game also counts.

Even if more than half the voice-acting in the game is just Bendilin.
There isn't much to really reflect on with Defend Anita Sarkeesian besides how amusing it is to watch people be even more confused by it than they were with our last game.

You should also anticipate KoopaTV to have a "Games" tab sometime in the future just to list the games we've made. It just needs to be worded in a way that people know they are free games developed by KoopaTV that you can play on KoopaTV. Imagine how nebulous a tab called "Games" would be in a blog about "Games"... Maybe you could get the impression that the tab would contain a list of videogames we talk about on KoopaTV? (Maybe we SHOULD have such a list?)

It's a unique problem for KoopaTV, since those other videogame commentary sites don't do this sort of game-making activity. It's a differentiating factor for sure!

What will KoopaTV's next game be? Will it even be a digital game? Stay tuned.

It wasn't digital if you count a scavenger hunt as a game.

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