The Star Named EOS Voice Over Talent Revealed

Making its debut during the recent live broadcast of the INDIE Live Expo, the talented voice over talent for Silver Lining Studio and PLAYISM’s story-rich puzzle adventure The Star Named EOS has been revealed.

Scope out the talented list of VAs below:

  • Japanese Voiceover: Aoi Yuki
    • A Japanese voice actress with notable roles such as Madoka Kaname (Puella Magi Madoka Magica), Tanya Degurechaff (The Saga of Tanya the Evil), Sayaka Natori (Your Name), Futaba Sakura (Persona 5), and The Traveler/Lumine (Genshin Impact), among others. 
  • English Voiceover: Suzie Yeung
    • An Asian-American voice actress with notable roles such as Makima (Chainsaw Man), Eula (Genshin Impact), and Yuffie (Final Fantasy VII Remake), among others. 
  • Chinese Voiceover: Shandy Ma
    • A Taiwanese voice actress with various roles across media. From audio guide narrations for the Forbidden Palace in Beijing and the National Museum of Taiwan History to advertisement narrations for various household brands, her voice is a familiar one to the Taiwanese.

Be sure to check out the English voiceover trailer for The Star Named EOS below:

The Star Named EOS – English Voiceover Trailer

A fully-voiced experience, The Star Named EOS has players following the story of young photographer Dei as they set out to uncover a truth behind the past.

The Star Named EOS is slated to release this summer for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store, Humble Store, and GOG). In the case of Steam, a free demo can now be downloaded as of this writing.

Source: Press Release

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