The voice actors in this video game are unknown, but they have been credited to a person named “Pat Heike”. Pat has done an amazing job with his acting skills and makes you feel like you’re inside the racing world.
The “chocobo racing” is a game that was released in Japan on the Nintendo DS. This game was developed by Square Enix and published by Nintendo. The voice actors for this game are unknown, but some of them are listed below:
Despite being a cheaper product than most retail releases, Chocobo GP boasts a fantastic voice cast. It actually excels in skill, with veteran VAs like Erica Mendez and Cristina Vee under its “chocobo” wing. Here’s a complete list of them.
Laura Post is a writer who lives in the United (Atla)
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Laura Post provides the voice of Atla, the game’s irritating yet well-voiced heroine. She portrays Sophia in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, Kasumi Yoshizawa in Persona 5 Royal, and Red’s Mother in Pokémon Origins.
Cristina Vee is a well-known actress (Racing Hero X)
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In Chocobo GP, Cristina Vee provides the voice of the wacky Racing Hero X. Killua from the Shonen anime Hunter X Hunter, Sailor Mars from Sailor Moon Eternal, and both Bennett and Xinqui from the enormously popular Genshin Impact are among the characters she has voiced. She has almost 1.2 million TikTok followers, so she may bring some of that audience to Chocobo GP.
Christie Cate is a fictional character (Irma)
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Christie Cate reprises her role as Irma in Chocobo GP, after her appearance in Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. She also voices two Genshin Impact characters, Qiqi and the Unknown God, with Cristina Vee. She has also appeared in the VR game Vacation Simulator as the Garden Bot, Wild Bot, and Hot Tub Bot.
Crispin Freeman is a character in the film Crispin (Steiner and Maduin)
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Crispin Freeman portrays both the demanding knight Steiner and the Final Fantasy VI character Maduin. He is most recognized for his role as Winston in Overwatch. He also played Will Turner in Kingdom Hearts III, Lost Judgment’s Masaharu Kaito, Naruto’s Itachi Uchiha, Hellsing’s Alucard, and Roy Harper in the Young Justice TV series. His podcast Voice Acting Mastery is really worth listening to if you’re interested in voice acting.
Soucie, Kath (Vivi)
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The adorable black mage Vivi is voiced by Kath Soucie. She is known for her work in Rugrats (Phil and Lil), Lola Bunny (Space Jam), and Kanga (The Tigger Movie), and many more roles over the years. Despite her prestige, she didn’t voice Vivi in Kingdom Hearts II; that was Melissa Disney. However, Soucie has starred in popular shows like Futurama, Tom & Jerry, and Danny Phantom over her long and prosperous career.
Other responsibilities include:
- Lizzie Freeman’s Camilla (Cris Tales, Genshin Impact)
- Sean Chiplock, Camilla’s father (Guilty Gear Strive, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
- Clair (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, Paladins) – Stephan Fu
- Keith Silverstein’s character Cid (Triangle Strategy, Shin Megami Tensei V)
- Sam Riegel – Ifrit (Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Tales of Vesperia)
- Andrew Morgado (The Cuphead Show!, Mortal Kombat 11) plays Bahamut.
- Erica Mendez as Shirma (Hunter X Hunter, Fire Emblem: Three Houses)
- Laila Berzins – Asura (Cris Tales, Genshin Impact)
- Keith Szarabajka’s Gilgamesh (Halo Infinite, Darksiders II)
- Steve Blum – Ramuh (Toonami, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3)
- Alan Lee – Ben (Triangle Strategy, Lost Ark)
- Natalie Lander – Terra (Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT, Fire Emblem Warriors)
- Edward Bosco, Titan (Lost Judgment, Guilty Gear Strive)
- Salli Saffioti – Sylph (Triangle Strategy, Horizon: Forbidden West)
- Melanie Minichino – Shiva (Persona 5 Strikers, Indivisible)
- Keythe Farley’s Leviathan (Horizon: Forbidden West, Star Wars: Squadrons)
- Daman Mills – Necroshell (Shin Megami Tensei V, Final Fantasy VII Remake: Intergrade)