Capcom is apparently trying to have gamers shed the memories of cheesy live-action intros and Jill Sandwiches by hiring real actors to provide the voices for characters in the upcoming Resident Evil 5. We already know that our pal, Karen Dyer was doing the voice for RE5’s secondary protagonist, Sheva, but Capcom has now announced that longtime antagonist of the series, Albert Wesker, is going to be voiced by Ken Lally. Lally, for those who don’t know, is a villain on the X-Men knockoff television series “Heroes,” where he plays…some villain. But it’s still nice to see some effort from Capcom. Check back soon for more info.
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