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so i’m trash at fighters on a day that i REALLY don’t need to be trash at them and i’ve apparently pissed off someone who meant a ton to me.

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Streets On Fire
Lupe Fiasco && Lupe Fiasco's The Cool
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Lupe Fiasco - Streets On Fire

These lyrics always blew my mind. Crazy.

well that fucking sucks.

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Fred Durst screamed as the song kicked into high gear, the crowd and Captain America going nuts, their energy aiding Goku

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Fred Durst screamed as the song kicked into high gear, the crowd and Captain America going nuts, their energy aiding Goku

About Type 0’s English Casting and Codenames

suzakurainmaker:

So, with the reveal of Cameron Covell as Jack today, I decided to do a little snooping into who else he’s voiced and check his resume. While he hasn’t voiced anyone really, certainly not as major as Jack (his highest profile role before Jack in games was the children on the Overpass stage in Street Fighter IV), I did find something interesting here.

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I decided to do a little more digging, as I figured that’s too great of a coincidence to just be something as innocent as voicing a character with the same name as our favorite idiot samurai, and there is no such thing as a game called “Yellow P”.

However, I found this, an interview with Young Xehanort’s actor from Dream Drop Distance, Ben Diskin, who talked about being brought in to read for another Squeenix game.

Joey: Yeah. Okay, second question: how were you cast for the role as Young Xehanort? Have you met any high profile voice actors from the game?

Ben: Absolutely no idea who else was up for this. Normally, I’d say like 99.9% of the things I audition for, the things I get, it’s just stuff I audition for; this was a weird, WEIRD casting thing. Basically what happened was, I had auditioned for a different Square Enix game, and I have no idea what even that game is called. By the way, in case you’re wondering, in the video game industry, they are super, super secretive. Non-Disclosure Agreements ─ that’s just the beginning. The games, most of the time we don’t even know what the title of the game we’re trying for. They give it like a codename instead so nobody can even do research on it. So this was a game, they codenamed it, and I’m not making this up, Codename “Yellow Pee”?

Joey & Arielle: *laughs*

Ben: Yeah. So, I don’t know what it is. I guess it was just to be funny, but anyway, I think it was Final Fantasy XIII-2. I think. I’m not sure. But they had me trying out for like well over or, 13 different characters. What they wanted was, at the beginning of each take, you were supposed to say, “Hi, my name is -your name here-. I’ve read and agreed to the Non-Disclosure Agreement and I’m trying out for the role of _____,” and then you’d say the name of the character, and I totally forgot to do that for like all 13 of my auditions, so I went “oh god.” So I’m not going to re-record all of these auditions; that’s stupid! So I just made one blank slate of me saying all that and just put it at the beginning of each one of those auditions. Well I got called in to do this game, and I thought, “Was this ‘Yellow Pee’!?” I would have remembered saying something as iconic as “Keyblade”, you know, in an audition. I don’t remember trying out for this! Well, it turns out that that stupid slate that I put at the beginning of every single one of those takes is how I booked this job. So I never auditioned for the character at all; it was just, they were just “Yeah, I like the way he says “Hi, my name is Ben Diskin and I’m trying out for the role of blah blah blah.” It’s awesome! Let’s hire him based off of that!”

Arielle: That is perfect.

Ben: *laughs*So, it was a weird, weird casting session, but it was, I mean, I’m okay with it. I’m happy with it.

Aha, the plot thickens. So far, I haven’t found anyone else mentioning “Yellow P”/”Yellow Pee”, but I feel like that’s our best shot at finding more actors and actresses. Also, it’s probably safe to assume that Ben Diskin voices someone in Type 0 now.

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I’ve been playing with a new style that uses blurred patterns and finger painting and I really like the effect. Feedback welcome ^_^

About Type 0’s English Casting and Codenames

So, with the reveal of Cameron Covell as Jack today, I decided to do a little snooping into who else he’s voiced and check his resume. While he hasn’t voiced anyone really, certainly not as major as Jack (his highest profile role before Jack in games was the children on the Overpass stage in Street Fighter IV), I did find something interesting here.

I decided to do a little more digging, as I figured that’s too great of a coincidence to just be something as innocent as voicing a character with the same name as our favorite idiot samurai, and there is no such thing as a game called “Yellow P”.

However, I found this, an interview with Young Xehanort’s actor from Dream Drop Distance, Ben Diskin, who talked about being brought in to read for another Squeenix game.

Joey: Yeah. Okay, second question: how were you cast for the role as Young Xehanort? Have you met any high profile voice actors from the game?

Ben: Absolutely no idea who else was up for this. Normally, I’d say like 99.9% of the things I audition for, the things I get, it’s just stuff I audition for; this was a weird, WEIRD casting thing. Basically what happened was, I had auditioned for a different Square Enix game, and I have no idea what even that game is called. By the way, in case you’re wondering, in the video game industry, they are super, super secretive. Non-Disclosure Agreements ─ that’s just the beginning. The games, most of the time we don’t even know what the title of the game we’re trying for. They give it like a codename instead so nobody can even do research on it. So this was a game, they codenamed it, and I’m not making this up, Codename “Yellow Pee”?

Joey & Arielle: *laughs*

Ben: Yeah. So, I don’t know what it is. I guess it was just to be funny, but anyway, I think it was Final Fantasy XIII-2. I think. I’m not sure. But they had me trying out for like well over or, 13 different characters. What they wanted was, at the beginning of each take, you were supposed to say, “Hi, my name is -your name here-. I’ve read and agreed to the Non-Disclosure Agreement and I’m trying out for the role of _____,” and then you’d say the name of the character, and I totally forgot to do that for like all 13 of my auditions, so I went “oh god.” So I’m not going to re-record all of these auditions; that’s stupid! So I just made one blank slate of me saying all that and just put it at the beginning of each one of those auditions. Well I got called in to do this game, and I thought, “Was this ‘Yellow Pee’!?” I would have remembered saying something as iconic as “Keyblade”, you know, in an audition. I don’t remember trying out for this! Well, it turns out that that stupid slate that I put at the beginning of every single one of those takes is how I booked this job. So I never auditioned for the character at all; it was just, they were just “Yeah, I like the way he says “Hi, my name is Ben Diskin and I’m trying out for the role of blah blah blah.” It’s awesome! Let’s hire him based off of that!”

Arielle: That is perfect.

Ben: *laughs*So, it was a weird, weird casting session, but it was, I mean, I’m okay with it. I’m happy with it.

Aha, the plot thickens. So far, I haven’t found anyone else mentioning “Yellow P”/”Yellow Pee”, but I feel like that’s our best shot at finding more actors and actresses. Also, it’s probably safe to assume that Ben Diskin voices someone in Type 0 now.

PRINCE DEVITT TWEETED THAT JACKET GIF I MADE LAST YEAR.

HE KNOWS I EXIST.

#ITSREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAL