Oscar Isaac, star of Ex Machina and the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is a big movie star these days. A few years back, though, you could find him doing voice work on video games, like the "terrible" Dante's Inferno. Or not.
In an interview with Birth.Movies.Death. (via Dtoid), Isaac was asked about his game work, since he lent his voice to the Force Awakens stuff in this year's Disney Infinity:
Was that your first time doing voice over?
I had done a video game before, but I got fired off it.
I think they just thought I was bad. It was such a shitty game, though. Dante's Inferno.
That is a really bad game.
You dodged a bullet there.
I had no choice. It was a Force dodge.
Poor Dante's Inferno. Pub trivia time: Dante in that game was voiced by Graham McTavish, who played Dwalin in the Hobbit movies (and has voiced both Zoran Lazarevic and Charlie Cutter in the Uncharted series).