Monthly Archives: October 2011

Voice in video games at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts

Mark Estdale, founder of OM was a guest speaker at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts last week.  "It is heartening to know that a leading drama school like RADA is taking a serious interest in performance for video games" said Estdale. "Games as an art form are the forefront of a revolution that is and will continue to  transform the way we are entertained, communicate and are educated."

“Driver San Francisco is the best game no-one is talking about”

Another great review. "Driver: SF seems like it’s a crime game but the little dialogue moments that occur when you possess random cars on the roads of San Francisco turn it into this wonderful celebration of our quotidian experiences on the road. And yet how profound and emotional moments those are… it sounds so right, so jarring, so funny and sometimes so sad all at once to hear the rage, the hysteria…