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Japanese Guilty Gear Strive voice actors and actresses commemorate upcoming release with comments

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • June 7, 2021 at 12:04 p.m. PDT • Comments: 1

Guilty Gear Strive is slated to be released on June 11, but those with the Deluxe or Ultimate editions preordered will be able to start playing on June 8, tomorrow.

To commemorate Guilty Gear Strive's release, the voice actors and actresses for the 15 base roster characters have released some comments in a video released by Arc System Works.

First up is Kikuko Inoue, the voice actress for I-No. Inoue talks about the complexity of I-No's personality and how this makes it so that she can't be portrayed in a "straightforward way." Despite the difficulties, Inoue mentions that she enjoys doing it wholeheartedly.

Though Anji Mito is a Guilty Gear veteran, he's actually voiced by a newcomer — Nobutoshi Kanna. He ends up thanking the staff, cast and fans for the experience. With an excited voice, he tells fans to look forward to the big release.

Mayumi Shintani spends some time talking about Giovanna's unique personality in Guilty Gear Strive. She notes how Giovanna is a rough and brutal kind of vibe, but she also shows a gentleness to Rei, her spirit wolf.

We also get to hear comments from the voice actors and actresses of Nagoriyuki, Leo Whitefang, Ramlethal Valentine, Zato-1, Millia Rage, Potemkin (and Faust), Chipp Zanuff, Axl Low, May, Ky Kiske and Sol Badguy.

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