From Scarface To Simlish

Jackson, Blair
October 2006
Mix;Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p36
The article reports on the developments of computer games that were enhanced with sound mixes in San Francisco. Radical Entertainment's Rob Sparks and Rob Bridgett dealt on the sound effects of the game "Scarface: The World Is Yours" from Radical and Skywalker. Jory Prum of LucasArts has been working on the dialogues of the game "Sam and Max," which is now also available online, from Telltale Games. Moreover, "The Sims 2" has upgraded its acting and as well as its dialogue with 50,000 lines.


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