Voice acting, items have now arrived in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl

The latest free update has come to Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, and it brings some additions that players have been very vocal about wanting.

The first of those additions is a roster of items that have been added to the game, which make the Smash-like brawler now even more Smash-like. Far more prominent, however, is that the game’s cast now actually feature voice acting. It felt like a major omission to not have character voices when the game launched, but thankfully, that has been rectified.

According to the team, here are the voice actors now lending their talents to the game:

  • Jim Cummings: Shredder / CatDog (Cat)
  • Tom Kenny: SpongeBob / CatDog (Dog)
  • Bill Fagerbakke: Patrick
  • Carolyn Lawrence: Sandy
  • Alex Cazares: Oblina
  • Jim Meskimen: Nigel Thornberry
  • Richard Horvitz: Zim
  • Vivian Vencer: Toph
  • Dustin Sardella: Aang
  • Janet Varney: Korra
  • Fred Tatasciore: Reptar
  • Bentley Griffin: Lincoln Loud
  • Jessica DiCicco: Lucy Loud
  • Francesca Marie Smith: Helga
  • Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
  • Cam Clarke: Leonardo
  • Abby Trott: April O’Neil
  • Frank Welker: Garfield
  • Billy West: Ren & Stimpy
  • David Kaye: Powdered Toast Man
  • David Kaufman: Danny Phantom
  • Janice Kawaye: Jenny

This update comes just in time, as Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is set to become one the free PlayStation Plus games for June as of tomorrow.

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