Gary Oldman, voice of Viktor Reznov in Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops, has recently been part of an interview in the American late-night talk show Conan, in which he explained how doing voiceover on a War themed videogame works, and shouting his way out to explain it (literally).
The British legend explains how the actors that do the voice of the character have to do an action called "Battle Chatter", which is mainly, the orders that NPCs such as Reznov have to give to the players by shouting. He also tells how Kiefer Sutherland's experience interpreting Sgt. Roebuck was more noisy than he'd imagine.
You can find the video here.
I don't know which is cooler: Oldman doing Reznov or Oldman doing Reznov in a purple bow tie. How about you? What did you think about Gary Oldman's characterisation? Leave a comment on the comments section below!.