Master Of Orion Voice Cast Revealed: Mark Hamil, Alan Tudyk, Nolan North… There’s A Lot

Master Of Orion Voice Cast Revealed: Mark Hamil, Alan Tudyk, Nolan North… There’s A Lot
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The Master of Orion reboot from Wargaming arrives next week and in the run-up to release, the publisher has ramped up its marketing efforts. The latest drop is this video showing off the game’s extensive voice cast, which includes the likes of Firefly‘s Alan Tudyk, Mark Hamill of Star Wars fame and Nolan North, one of gaming’s most prolific voice actors.

That’s just the tip of a rather star-studded iceberg. As Wargaming’s own post on the subject details, the cast comes with a sprinkling of Star Trek stalwarts such as Michael Dorn (Worf), John de Lancie (Q) and Dwight Schultz (Lt. Barclay).

Rounding out the list are Kari Wahlgren (Rick & Morty), Fred Tatasciore (Family Guy) and John Kassir (Tales from the Crypt), as well as a solid line-up of familiar gaming voice actors: Nika Futterman, Misty Lee, Kat Cressida and more.

Hopefully Wargaming left room in the budget for the game itself, though, the publisher has quite the warchest these days.

The voices of Master of Orion [Master of Orion]


  • I usually am stringently against pre-ordering games, but given that MoO2 is one of the best games of all time, I will be throwing my money at my computer on the 26th.

    My body is ready.

    • It seems somewhat different when its just the standard price and they’re not throwing a bunch of useless wanky shit in there like statues etc. I’ll be picking this up for sure on monday. Looks fantastic, and you’re right, MoO2 is easily one of the pinnacles of gaming.

      • There was a problem with CBA internet banking on Friday, and I was freaking out that I wouldn’t be able to buy it because I didn’t know if I’d been paid or not.

        Turns out, I had been. I’ve only played through once, but it looks like Wargaming are doing an excellent job of updating the gameplay. It’s still pretty rough around the edges, but what more can you expect from an early access game – wouldn’t recommend picking it up yet for someone who isn’t a total MOO nut (it still needs some work), but there’s alot there to love.

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