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Irrational Games reveals full BioShock Infinite voice cast, Kratos included

Irrational Games revealed the full cast of voice actors for its upcoming dystopian first-person shooter BioShock Infinite in a post on its website today.

The cast, which includes veterans of movies, television and video games like the Final Fantasy, God of War, Mass Effect series and more, is as follows:

  • Troy Baker (Final Fantasy 13, Catherine, Red Faction: Guerrilla, Brothers in Arms, Batman: Arkham City) as Booker DeWitt
  • Courtnee Draper (Surf's Up, Ponyo and Kingdom Hearts 2) as Elizabeth
  • Jennifer Hale (the Mass Effect series, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic) as Rosalind Lutece
  • Oliver Vaquer (Dexter, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, The Warriors) as Robert Lutece
  • Kiff VandenHeuvel (Star Wars: The Old Republic, Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition) as Zachary Comstock
  • Kimberly D. Brooks (the Mass Effect series, Batman: Arkham City, XCOM: Enemy Unknown) as Daisy Fitzroy
  • Keith Szarabajka (Argo, Sons of Anarchy, Halo 4, The Dark Knight, L.A. Noire) as Cornelius Slate
  • Bill Lobley (Sealab 2021, Alan Wake, Mafia 2) as Jeremiah Fink
  • Amanda Philipson
  • April Stewart
  • Cindy Robinson
  • Laura Bailey
  • Lori Rom
  • Misty Lee
  • Tess Masters
  • Catherine Zambri
  • Dina Pearlman
  • Stephanie D'Abruzzo
  • Brent Popolizio
  • Brian Kimmet
  • Jesse Corti
  • Jim Meskimen
  • Joey D'Auria
  • Liam O'Brien
  • Mark Allan Stewart
  • Neil Kaplan
  • Patrick Pinney
  • Sam Riegel
  • Scott Holst
  • Spike Spencer
  • Steve Blum
  • Yuri Lowenthal
  • T. Ryder Smith
  • Gwendoline Yeo
  • Daheli Hall
  • Dioni Michelle Collins
  • Masasa Moyo
  • Elle Newlands
  • Kaiji Tang
  • Kevin Yamada
  • Matthew Yang King
  • Arif S. Kinchen
  • Faruq Tauheed
  • Roger Cross
  • T.C. Carson (Kratos from the God of War series)
  • Anthony Brophy
  • Brad Grusnick
  • Greg Ellis
  • Robin Atkin Downes
  • Patti Yasutake
  • Mimi Michaels
  • Vic Chao

BioShock Infinite is scheduled for a March 26 release on Windows PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. For more on the game, be sure to read our recent interview with Ken Levine about what it takes to make murder meaningful.