Hear Gotham’s Robin Lord Taylor voice The Outsider for Dishonored 2
Gotham actor Robin Lord Taylor – aka The Penguin – voices ‘The Outsider’ in video diversion Dishonored 2.
Having grown adult “overweight and gay” in a small Iowa town, Gotham star Robin Lord Taylor – aka The Penguin – knows what it feels like to be an outsider.
Things have altered a lot for a 38-year-old actor given afterwards of march – interjection to Gotham he is stopped on a travel for photos, receives fanmail from around a universe and once had someone spin his signature into a tattoo on their leg.
Taylor’s latest new purpose has seen him once some-more take adult a layer of alien however – even if it’s usually in name only.
Robin Lord Taylor: “Penguin likes to consider he knows everything, since The Outsider indeed does know everything.”
In his initial video diversion appearance, he voices Dishonored 2 impression The Outsider, a abnormal being Taylor says has “seen a best and a misfortune of amiability via his existence”.
A supplement to 2012’s hit stealth action-adventure diversion Dishonored, Dishonored 2 continues a story of Corvo Attano, initial introduced as bodyguard to Jessamine Kaldwin, Empress of a Isles.
Robin Lord Taylor’s impression ‘The Outsider’ in a Dishonored 2 video game.
In Dishonored 2, gamers can select to play as possibly Corvo or his daughter, a now-deposed empress Emily Kaldwin, as they try to retrieve a throne.
“In many ways The Outsider is a anecdotist of this experience,” explains Taylor. “He has seen all and he knows all, and he’s a anxiety indicate where a actor can find information and learn a universe that they’re in.”
“He has this unequivocally singular viewpoint on a characters and a story that is told in both Dishonored games. He is softly cynical, though nonetheless still rather amused by a tellurian characters and what they are going through.”
And Robin Lord Taylor as The Penguin in Gotham. Anyone else saying certain similarities here…?
A visitor to voice work, Taylor joins a expel including Rosario Dawson, Vincent D’Onofrio and Sam Rockwell on Dishonored 2.
“It’s unequivocally a lot opposite from video games when we was a kid,” he marvels.
“I’m not a outrageous gamer, though I’ve played my share and I’ve seen where video games are going these days and how formidable and impossibly rendered these worlds are – and a lot of that comes from usually shining performances.”
“It’s unequivocally eye-opening to see. This is a new limit of entertainment, so usually to get my feet soppy was an implausible opportunity. Especially in a authorization such as Dishonored, that is usually a cream of a crop.”
Dishonored 2 is accessible now on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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