Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl now has Voice Acting and Items
Today, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl received a significant update that adds voice acting and items to the game.
The new update is free for all players across PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. It’ll come to the Nintendo Switch version of the game soon. The voice actor roster comprises both returning talent from the original shows, as well as some new voices.
Here’s the complete list.
- Jim Cummings – Shredder/Catdog (Cat)
- Tom Kenny – SpongeBob/CatDog (Dog)
- Bill Fagerbakke – Patrick
- Carolyn Lawrence – Sandy
- Richard Horvitz – Zim
- Fred Tatasciore – Reptar (Paramount+ reboot)
- Bentley Griffin – Lincoln Loud
- Jessica DiCicco – Lucy Loud
- Janet Varney – Korra
- Francesca Marie Smith – Helga
- Townsend Coleman – Michelangelo
- Cam Clarke – Leonardo
- Frank Welker – Garfield
- Billy West – Ren & Stimpy
- David Kaufman – Danny Phantom
- Janice Kawaye – Jenny
- Alex Cazares – Oblina
- Jim Meskimen – Nigel Thornberry
- Vivian Vencer – Toph
- Dustin Sardella – Aang
- Abby Trott – April O’Neil
- David Kaye – Powdered Toast Man
Our next major FREE update is here – and it’s a big one! We’re super excited to announce that voice acting and items are available TODAY on PC, @Xbox and @Playstation. @Nintendo Switch coming soon! #NickBrawl pic.twitter.com/nTLK5T6zEG
— Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl (@NickBrawlGame) June 6, 2022
Voice actor Mark DeCarlo, the original voice of Hugh Neutron, also revealed that he’ll be reprising his role as well for the game when the character drops later this summer.
As for the items, they include ones like the Krabby Patty from SpongeBob Squarepants, Sokka’s boomerang from Avatar: The Last Airbender, Tommy’s ball and Reptar toy from Rugrats, and the Log from Ren & Stimpy.
In our Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl review, we said, “Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is a very respectable platform fighter that serves as a fun, though far less polished and less fully featured alternative to its competition.” One of our main criticisms was that the game felt soulless without the voice acting, but this new update addresses it.
George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @yinyangfooey