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PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale To Feature Original PaRappa Voice Actor

Posted on Saturday, April 28 @ 09:57:00 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

What makes PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale a game worth all of the buzz this week is its characters. Being able to pit Sony icons such as Sweet Tooth and Kratos against each other in a friendly duel to the death is something the world has been missing. But what if I told you that one of the characters will bring back its voice actor who hasn't had a role since 2001?

TheGamingLiberty has confirmed that the original voice actor for PaRappa the Rapper, Dred Foxx, will be voicing his character in PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale. Perhaps the most interesting fact is that it will be his first time voicing the world's favorite gaming rapper in over 10 years, which is when PaRappa the Rapper 2 launched close to the PlayStation 2's debut.

PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale is beginning to look like a massive collaboration of not only characters that Sony fans can identify, but some of the coolest video game characters in the industry's history. Sony hasn't revealed most of the characters that will appear in the game, and it's been confirmed that third-party studio characters will be involved. The mind can only imagine how awesome the full list will be.

Show some love for PaRappa and let us know what other characters you'd like to see appear in Sony's upcoming fighter.


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