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 Post subject: Re: James Sunderland Speaks. TGL Interview With Guy Cihi
     
         
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Well that was a cool interview to read. Guy seems like a cool dude. Even though he hasn't played the game, he still seems interested in the character he portrayed, and that's good. He seems to appreciate the character he voiced rather than just considering James Sunderland to be just some random job he did a while back. It was an interesting read!

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 Post subject: Re: James Sunderland Speaks. TGL Interview With Guy Cihi
     
         
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 Post subject: Re: James Sunderland Speaks. TGL Interview With Guy Cihi

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That was very interesting. I read the whole thing and he seems like a very cool guy, thanks for the info Great Knife.

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AuraTwilight wrote:
Someone mail her a pillow.
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No, just an ordinary pillow. Have the gift card say "watch out" or something.

Best gift idea ever! ¦D

I agree, it's great to read that he was so involved in his character's concept and the story. I really loved how (I think it was in the other interview with Hell Descent) he said he told people who googled him and asked about "that video game he did" during (business) meetings about the story - and apparently in depth enough to really capture their attention, instead of just a quick, brief comment... I really liked that.
So even though he didn't play the game, it seems that he was/is still quite taken with the plot ;)

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Just Passing Through
 Post subject: Re: James Sunderland Speaks. TGL Interview With Guy Cihi

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I can just picture Eddie and James cruising through the countryside on their Motorcycles :p


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 Post subject: Re: James Sunderland Speaks. TGL Interview With Guy Cihi
     
         
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It's awesome to see that he was so INTO the role. What a great guy. Thank, thank you for all the great wonderful memories Mr. Cihi. :)

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