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Real Heroes: Firefighter Showcases Top-Tier Voice Cast

July 23, 2009

Real Heroes: Firefighter Showcases Top-Tier Voice Cast

James Marsters, Jamie Kennedy and other stars voice upcoming Wii title

Conspiracy Entertainment and Epicenter Studios are pleased to unveil the voice cast for their upcoming first-person action game – “Real Heroes: Firefighter”. The game, set for an August 2009 release, and developed in cooperation with a 27-year firefighting veteran, will challenge players to take on the role of a rookie firefighter as they strive to save both lives and property from a series of fires raging through a major metropolitan area. “Real Heroes: Firefighter” is rated E10+, and will be released to retail at a family-friendly price point (MSRP - $29.99 USD), with a percentage of proceeds being donated to the Firefighter Cancer Support Network.

The cast of voice actors for “Real Heroes: Firefighter” includes –

  • James Marsters – known to many as “Spike” from the cult-classic TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Marsters will be playing Louis “Match” Morris, the veteran seen-it-all tough guy.

  • Michael Jace – coming off his sixth season as Officer Julien Lowe from the hit TV series, “The Shield,” Jace will be voicing Lt. Dylan Scott, the second-in-command of the player’s fire dept.

  • Jamie Kennedy – a popular comedian and actor, Kennedy will be the game’s comic relief as he voices Marc “Cam” Cameron, a younger firefighter who is more brawn than brain.

  • Jenette Goldstein – best known for her role as Private Vasquez in the classic film “Aliens,” Goldstein will play Esmerelda “Ezzy” Vasquez, a tough-as-nails firefighter with a bit of a chip on her shoulder.

  • Jack McGee – a staple of firefighting films and TV such as “Backdraft” and “Rescue Me,” McGee will voice Ed Martin, the veteran Engineer of the firefighting team.

  • John Di Maggio – having provided voices for dozens of characters including Bender from “Futurama,” and Marcus Fenix in “Gears of War”, Di Maggio will take on the role of Captain Tomihiro Kotaka, the no-nonsense leader of the squad.

Developed by Epicenter Studios, "Real Heroes: Firefighter" emphasizes non-violent, game-integral puzzles and challenges that mirror the on-the-fly choices firefighters face every day. Featuring Epicenter's proprietary "Thinking Fire" technology, blazes will seem almost alive as they not only attack structures, potential victims and firefighters, but also cause unexpected changes to the environments that will suddenly alter the player's options and strategies. No two scenarios will play out the same way in "Real Heroes: Firefighter."

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