Voice Acting Confirmed for Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl

Cross Playing Also Confirmed for the Brawler Platform

Nickelodeon All-Stars Brawl has come out as a pretty good brawler game, with all sorts of characters to play with. It’s pretty fun, with plenty of action, and characters people grew up with. Even if the idea of Garfield punching Aang from Avatar never occurred to anyone before, it’s still fun to play and watch. There was only one thing missing from the platform to make it perfect- voice acting. Until now, the characters have been completely silent,  despite all the damage they make or take.

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But the art director for the game,  Diego Hernández, has confirmed that there will be voice acting for the game in upcoming updates. There was no official reason given as to why it didn’t have the voice acting before. But it can be assumed that it was due to budget constraints or concerns. But now that it’s considered a solid hit (pun intended), there can be voice acting invested into the game itself. Who the voice acting cast will have yet to be confirmed, but there have been all sorts of promises given for the Smash Bros like game.

One of which is that there will be a cross-play ability for all of the consoles. Considering that the game is out on Nintendo, Xbox, PlayStation, and PC that seems like a lot but one that’s been done before, particularly in Among Us as of late. This is promised in the Q1 of 2022, so we won’t have to wait for long.

And too, there is the promise for one last free DLC character that should be coming soon- who, Hernández did not reveal in the interview. He did promise though that there would be (assume to be paid DLC) more characters, features, and stages in the works.

Overall, things seem to be looking up for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. It would be exciting to hear some grunts or exclamations from SpongeBob, the Ninja Turtles,  or Zuko from Avatar as they win or lose.