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2-21-2012 @ 6:40PM
Where to begin...Terrible audio, particularly with the human male and the noticeable mic static every time he spoke. Nothing ruins listening to a character speak than when you're made acutely aware that someone's keying into vent for their lines.No subtitles - again, this was most bothersome with the human and his accent. It wasn't *impossible* to understand or anything, but he wasn't the only one that was guilty of speaking too quickly and mumbling some lines. Just a general lack of emotion and believability in the voices all round. Everyone was either trying too hard (the females, mostly) or sounded like they were simply phoning it in. Of course, nobody expects a professional movie's level of quality from a machinima video or anything like that, but it's still noticeable when something's done particularly badly. Compared to other machinima, the overall level of voice acting was poor.The animation was on par with most machinimas of this type, so no criticisms there.All that said, I only got about half of the way through before I rolled my eyes and gave up.
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