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Overwatch voice actors try out other hero’s lines in this hilarious video

Published: 17/Oct/2018 19:07 Updated: 17/Oct/2018 19:18

by Bill Cooney

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If you want to hear Mercy quote Doomfist, Symmetra attempt McCree voice lines or Sombra try out a few new sayings, this is the video for you. 

The video was made by Polygon at this year’s New York Comic Con and features the voice actors for Pharah, Mercy, Sombra and Symmetra. 

Lucie Pohl, voice of Mercy, absolutely nails McCree’s “It’s high noon” line, and Carolina Ravassa, voice of Sombra, nails the D.Va lines with a mocking tone that’s entirely in-character.

Pharah, voiced by Jen Cohn, sounds like a natural saying Lucio lines, especially “I make this look good,” and it’s hard not to laugh at Anjali Bhimani as Symmetra saying she’s “going to own all these noobs.”

All the actors seem to be having a great time playing around with their Overwatch personas, and that’s a big reason the game’s voice actors are considered somewhat of celebrities by fans.

The recent Halloween terror gave fans a ton of new hero interactions that help to develop the lore of Overwatch, at least a little bit.

With Blizzcon coming up right at the beginning of November, there’s sure to be more hilarious things said by Overwatch voice actors as they interact with fans from all over the world.

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Overwatch pros reacts as Gamsu announces return to LoL

Published: 21/Oct/2020 10:09

by Lauren Bergin

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Noh ‘Gamsu’ Yeong-Jin of Dallas Fuel has announced his departure from the Overwatch League in an emotional post– but there’s a twist. 

On October 17, Dallas Fuel main tank Gamsu officially announced his retirement from professional Overwatch.

With a track record that included positions on dominant teams such as the Shanghai Dragons, Gamsu’s announcement has truly rocked the Overwatch world. Not many could have predicted this to play out like it has.

While the announcement attracted a wave of disappointed fan tweets lamenting the announcement, Gamsu’s retirement, it also caught the attention of several notable figures in the Overwatch community.

OWL caster Soe Gschwind expressed her support by tweeting that she wishes him “all the best for the future”, commenting on his play style as being a “joy” to watch.

 

In addition to Soe, a collection of OWL players from across multiple different teams came together to wish Gamsu the best for his future. Notable names included Houston Outlaws’ DPS Jeffrey ‘blasé’ Tsang, Boston Uprising’s main tank Cameron ‘Fusions’ Bosworth and Seb ‘numlocked’ Barton of Toronto Defiant.

A final tweet from Jon Spector, the Vice President of the Overwatch League encapsulated the feelings of fans and colleagues alike, where he congratulated Gamsu for being ‘at the top of the world’ in both of his professional game titles: Overwatch and League of Legends.

Gamsu returns to League of Legends

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While Dallas Fuel have lost a legend, LoL has gained a new one.

Despite what seemed to be a devastating announcement for the Overwatch scene, there’s a silver lining: Gamsu is returning to League of Legends.

Before he made his name on the Overwatch stage the star player made a name for himself as the top laner for League of Legends behemoths Fnatic, with his skills helping score Fnatic third place in the 2016 EU LCS (the predecessor to the current European Championship, the LEC).

His return to the rift spark a great deal of discussion, with the most notable comment coming from current Golden Guardians support Choi ‘huhi’ Jae-Hyun tweeting “GAMSU TOP?”

The news even caught the attention of former Overwatch player turned Valorant pro for FaZe Shane ‘Rawkus’ Flaherty, who reminisced over Gamsu’s dominant performance as a top laner during his EU LCS days.

It’s safe to say that Gamsu had an amazing Overwatch career, but although he leaves the OWL behind he is back on the rift and ready to take on Runeterra.

League of Legends fans will be excited to see the return of a familiar face, and current professional players had best be ready for the return of a giant.