Lenval Brown’s sonorous, assured tones might as well be the voice of my own brain as much as Harry Du Bois’ at this point. The musician’s presence in Disco Elysium: The Final Cut is an inescapable constant throughout the entirety of ZA/UM’s detective RPG, delivering over 350,000 words as both the game’s narrator and its manifestation of Du Bois’ psyche. It’s a good thing he’s such pleasant company, and that stands true beyond the digital shores of Revachol, where Brown tells me how he first got involved with what is now one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time. “I managed to run into the executive producer through a friend, and somebody got around to hearing my voice to do the game’s launch trailer in September 2019,” says Brown. “Then a few weeks after I’d done that trailer, the team said they liked my voice and were thinking of expanding the game with the narration. So we started in April the following year.” “I didn’t know where I was going with it, because I’ve never done anything like this before. My background is music; I’m a singer, rapper, and frontman of a band. But expression and performance are… Read full this story
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