Game publisher Telltale Games, selected leading UK voice production team, Outsource Media, www.omuk.com, to cast and record the voices for its comedy game series, Wallace&Gromit's Grand Adventures. The first of the four monthly episodes, based on Aardman Animations' popular claymation films, has just released at http://www.telltalegames.com.
Commenting on this exciting project, Mark Estdale, casting and voice director at Outsource Media, said, "Telltale Games and Aardman Animations are renowned masters of character, story and engaging humour. They are a dream combination and we are delighted to bring our expertise in casting and recording to the production mix to help in delivering the British feel so important to this series."
W&G voice reviews
The voice acting is brilliant,
the voice acting is pure gold
to my delight, the voice overs are as great as they ever have been in the series The voice overs are great
The voice talent is also expertly done despite the lack of Peter Sallis's voice as Wallace and overall, it really is the perfect package for Wallace and Gromit fans
Those who don’t follow Wallace&Gromit religiously will be introduced to a world with great voice acting, bundled with wonderful writing
the voiceover work here is once again top notch. Fans of the series are probably disappointed to hear that Peter Sallis did not lend his voice to Grand Adventures, but Ben Whitehead takes up the vocal reins quite nicely.
Characters come to life with excellent voice acting
Having heard the new voice for Wallace, I agree that Whitehead is the best alternative next to Sallis himself, and Telltale Games deserve much credit for this choice.
great animation and voice acting; captures all the style, humour, levity, and charm of the cartoon perfectly
While it's disappointing that Peter Sallis isn't present to reprise his role as Wallace, his replacement does a surprisingly fantastic job, as do the rest of the cast, even those who are only heard as angry British voices shouting from windows. The music is also classic Wallace&Gromit fare, and suits the tone perfectly.