Matthew Perry, who played sarcastic funny man Chandler Bing in sitcom Friends, The Guild actress Felicia Day and Chuck's Zachary Levi have lent their voices to Obsidian's sci-fi RPG Fallout: New Vegas, according to the USA Today.
They join Danny Trejo (From Dusk Till Dawn), Kris Kristofferson (The Blade Trilogy), Rene Auberjonois (Boston Legal, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Michael Dorn (Star Trek: The Next Generation), John Doman (Mystic River, The Wire) and William Sadler (The Shawshank Redemption) in an all-star cast.
Zachary Levi plays Arcade (in the gallery below), a member of the Followers of the Apocalypse who hides a mysterious past.
He's described as "quiet, analytical, and cautious. Highly ethical and moral, he understands the post-apocalyptic world is one in which sometimes, people just have to be shot in the head.
"He is more concerned with large-scale issues than the needs of individuals. He may appreciate what individual people go through, but firmly believes that it's more important to affect large-scale societal change than to fix problems little by little."
Perry plays Benny (also in the gallery below), the head of the Geckos family. "A smooth-talking criminal but also a bit of a weasel, Benny may sound dangerous, but isn't that tough. Ultimately he's more of a ruthless pragmatist than a villain."
Felicia Day plays companion character Veronica, a sarcastic Brotherhood of Steel scribe.
Danny Trejo plays playable companion Raul the Ghoul, a mechanic and former gunslinger.
Ron "Hellboy" Perlman reprises his role as the narrator, according to The USA Today.
Wayne "Mr. Las Vegas" Newton is also on the cast, but we've never heard of him, so left him till last. Newton plays Mr. New Vegas, a programmed radio DJ.
Fallout: New Vegas is due out on 22nd October in the UK for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
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