UK group provided voice recording for two key projects

Side reveals BioWare and Creative Assembly deals

London based production house Side has revealed its involvement in two key projects at studios BioWare and The Creative Assembly.

The company said it provided voice direction services at its studio, recording over 40 actors for BioWare’s recent release Dragon Age II.

A different approach was taken for Total War: Shogun 2, the recently released project from The Creative Assembly. The group recorded actors in both London and Tokyo, often using a Japanese cast for the sake of authenticity.

“Having spent so many months during 2010 working on these two fantastic franchises, it’s very rewarding to finally see the games released to such critical acclaim,” said Side creative director Andy Emery.

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