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Chris Hardwick is lending his voice to a “funny” game sequel
Chris Hardwick, creator of The Nerdist and the host of @Midnight and Talking Dead, is moving into video games. Specifically, he’s lending his voice to one:
Just finished the 2nd of many recording sessions for a video game. Can't say what yet, but it's REALLY fun, funny and part of a series…
— Chris Hardwick (@nerdist) March 23, 2014
So who wants to speculate on what funny game franchise Hardwick could be involved with? We know Tim Schafer is hard at work on Broken Age Act 2 and it’s suspected that Valve has the humorous Portal 3 in development somewhere within their secret catacombs. Another possibility is the new Saints Row game that Jay Mohr is connected to. And even though it would be funny for fans, I don’t think it’s a spot in the next episode of Telltale’s second season of The Walking Dead. Call me crazy.
But all three of those comedic franchises would definitely fit Hardwick’s vocal and comedic stylings well. And I’m sure I missed several strong possibilities. Hopefully we’ll find out soon.
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