Video game developer Atlus announced that their RPG ‘Shin Megami Tensei V’ is getting an English voice cast ahead of its release on the Nintendo Switch release. They release an English dub trailer to showcase the cast.
“The game’s protagonist is voiced by Casey Mongillo (Neon Genesis Evangelion). The protagonist fuses with Aogami, voiced by Daman Mills (SK8 the Infinity), to become Nahobino, a condemned hybrid,” Funimation writes on their website. “Then there’s Mark Whitten (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) as Yuzuru Atsuta, the protagonist’s friend who summons a demon partner himself, and Sean Crisden (Kingdom Rush) as Hayao Koshimizu, the prime minister of Japan and head representative for the organization who fights demons. Some demons are aligned with the organization and Koshimizu, including Abdiel, voiced by Cissy Jones (Naruto Shippuden).”
The game is set to be released on November 12, 2021. It will be set in the Megami Tensei video game franchise created by Aya Nishitani, Kouji “Cozy” Okada, Ginichiro Suzuki, and Kazunari Suzuki.
You can watch the game trailer below:
The rest of the cast includes:
- Kellen Goff (My Hero Academia) as Lahmu
- Deva Marie (Aggretsuko) as Amanozako
- Chris Hackney (Tower of God) as Fionn mac Cumhaill
- Laura Post (Jujutsu Kaisen) as Nuwa
- Erica Lindbeck (PERSONA5 the Animation) as Sahori Kijima
- Jeannie Tirado (The Promised Neverland) as Tao Isonokami
- Ashlyn Madden (DC Superhero Girls) as Miyazu Atsuta
- Stuart Allan (Batman vs. Robin) as Ichiro Dazai
- Ben Lepley (One-Punch Man) as Shohei Yakumo
According to Wikipedia, “The player assumes control of a high-school student who is unexpectedly drawn into investigating rumors about demons appearing in a tunnel with a pair of his other high-school friends. After entering said tunnel, a mysterious earthquake happens, and the player falls unconscious. When he awakens, he finds himself all alone in Da’At; an alternative apocalyptic version of Tokyo amidst an almighty battle between angels and demons. As he travels in the world, he shortly gets overrun by demons and is about to die, only to be saved by a being named Aogami. Together, they fuse into the Nahobino, a forbidden being that is neither human nor deity.”
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