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Disney Speedstorm
Disney Speedstorm is notable for featuring a wide voice cast, many of whom reprise their roles from past Disney works (i.e. Bret Iwan reprising his role as Mickey Mouse). As of November 2023, the only characters who are voiced by different actors are Mowgli, Celia Mae, Randall Boggs, Figment, Lilo Pelekai, Jumba Jookiba, and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
Contributed by chocolatejr9 on November 30, 2023
Attachment On March 17, 2019, in response to a post on the Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter account celebrating St. Patrick's Day, YouTuber Jacksepticeye jokingly asked if he could voice "Irish the Hedgehog", to which the Sonic the Hedgehog Twitter account responded:


(We just need to create him first.)"

A year later, they made good on this promise, releasing a video titled "Irish the Hedgehog" on the official Sonic the Hedgehog Youtube channel. According to Sega, the character was designed by artist Mark Hughes, and the video included a "folksy" remix of the song "Escape from the City" from Sonic Adventure 2 made by Hyper Potions and Jun Senoue.

A few years afterwards, Jacksepticeye would return to the Sonic franchise to voice another character: the appropriately-named Jack from the "Sonic Prime" episode "It Takes One to No Place".
Contributed by chocolatejr9 on November 27, 2023
Franchise: Metal Gear
On December 23 2022, Cam Clarke, the voice actor for Liquid Snake in the English language version of Metal Gear Solid, uploaded a video entitled “Cam Clarke & David Hayter "Liquid Grinch" Parody - Metal Gear Solid”. In the video, he and David Hayter, the English language voice of Solid Snake, sing a parody of the Christmas song “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” by Thurl Ravenscroft in the personas of their respective characters from the Metal Gear series.
Batman: The Video Game
Attachment Sunsoft's NES Batman originally had cutscenes using the comic book iteration of Batman, but these had to be scrapped and replaced with digitized renditions of Micheal Keaton's live-action Batman as the game's artist was not aware that the Batman comics and movies were separate licenses. The Joker, however, was always depicted as Jack Nicholson's portrayal, even in prototypes using the comic version of Batman.
Contributed by Rocko & Heffer on November 20, 2023
Platform: PlayStation
Attachment In 2018, rapper Soulja Boy attempted to sell his own line of video game consoles, collectively called the SouljaGame line, sold for $149.99 for a console and $99.99 for a handheld. Advertising claimed that the consoles would be compatible with a variety of consoles' games, including modern platforms like the PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch. These, quite obviously, did not have such compatibility, but rather were a generic retro emulator console one could find on small business-oriented retail websites such as Wish and AliExpress loaded with pirated and modified games from the Neo Geo; NES; Game Boy Advance; Game Boy Color; Game Boy; Sega Genesis; SNES; Master System; Game Gear; and PlayStation libraries sold at a markup. The only difference from these pre-existing consoles being a photograph of Soulja printed onto the box. Soulja Boy would eventually stop selling SouljaGame consoles, with the website for the console redirecting to Nintendo's 3DS website.
Also Appears On: Arcade (Platform), Neo Geo AES (Platform), Sega Game Gear (Platform), Nintendo Entertainment System (Platform), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Platform), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis (Platform), Sega Master System/Mark III (Platform), Game Boy (Platform), Game Boy Color (Platform), Game Boy Advance (Platform)
Contributed by Rocko & Heffer on November 18, 2023
Soulja Boy selling SouljaGame line article:

Soulja Boy ends sales of SouljaGame line article:

SouljaGame unboxing and teardown showing the packaging:

Rerez video reviewing the console SouljaGame was based on, showing the console list:
When Braid first released, its creator Jonathan Blow was not happy about the reception the game received, despite much of it being overwhelmingly positive, as he felt players didn't catch on to its deeper themes and messages, and only cared about its aesthetic and puzzles. This view of his game's success has made him a contentious figure, with particular infamy being drawn from his appearance in the 2012 documentary film Indie Game: The Movie, which has a scene of him silently contemplating in a dark room, while audio from a video of rapper Soulja Boy having fun with the game while completely ignoring its plot plays in the background.
Also Appears On: Number None Inc. (Company)
Power Punch II
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Also Appears On: Mike Tyson's Intergalactic Power Punch (Game), Mike Tyson (Franchise), Punch-Out!! (Franchise)
Bee Movie Game
Several actors from the "Bee Movie" film reprise their roles in the Bee Movie Game, specifically Jerry Seinfeld, John Goodman, Patrick Warburton, and Tress MacNeille.
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Jason Lee reprises his role as David Seville from the live-action "Alvin and the Chipmunks" films in the first tie-in game, while Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. and Janice Karman reprise their roles from the 1980s cartoon and the films (the singing voices for Alvin and Theodore, respectively, with Janice also reprising her role as the Chipettes in the second and third games). However, Steve Vining does not reprise his role as the singing voice of Simon, with his role instead given to Ross.
Contributed by chocolatejr9 on November 9, 2023
Like a Dragon: Ishin!
When actor Rahul Kohli's likeness was used as a trooper card in the 2023 remake of Like a Dragon: Ishin!, he expressed a feeling that there were notable differences in corresponding with Western and Eastern game studios. In an interview with Digital Trends, he was quoted as saying:

"I definitely saw a difference between working with Western and Eastern studios. Our correspondence with Sega and RGG was so involved and sweet. They really cared, and it felt so much more collaborative. Nothing specific, but when I've been involved in other things, it's like, 'Just do the voice, mate," and then you never hear about it again. I never expected to have the back and forth of RGG constantly checking in to ask, "Is Rahul happy with this? Does he like the artwork?" I never said no to any of it, but I'm sure if I had any type of gripe, they would have obliged, so I felt very welcome and involved."
Tilda Swinton, Gavin Rossdale, and Max Baker reprise their roles from the "Constantine" film for this game.
Die Hard: Vendetta
Reginald VelJohnson reprises his role as Sgt. Al Powell from the "Die Hard" films in both "Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza" and "Die Hard: Vendetta".
Also Appears On: Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza (Game)
Contributed by chocolatejr9 on November 6, 2023
Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza - End Credits:

Die Hard: Vendetta - End Credits:
Plumbers Don't Wear Ties
The character Jane is notably played by Jeanne Bascone, a former wrestler of GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling) where she was known as "Hollywood".
Contributed by chocolatejr9 on November 6, 2023
Plumbers Don't Wear Ties - End Credits:

Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling - Hollywood match:
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is the first game in the "Batman: Arkham" series to not feature Batman as the main protagonist, though he does still appear in the game. Notably, this game marks the final performance of Kevin Conroy as Batman, as he had passed away on November 10, 2022.
Contributed by chocolatejr9 on November 3, 2023
Disney Dreamlight Valley
This game marks the final appearance of Pat Carroll as the voice of Ursula from "The Little Mermaid" (excluding the "Once Upon A Studio" short which used archived audio), as well as her final role in general, as she passed away on July 30, 2022.
Space Channel 5
Attachment Michael Jackson's cameo appearance in Space Channel 5 under the name "Space Michael" originated from when he was shown a near-finished version of the game by Sega staff member Shuji Utsumi, and immediately wanted to be featured in it. The game's creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi received the call about Jackson's wishes only one month before the game's completion, and initially wanted to turn him down due to these time constraints. However, he and the rest of the team eventually conceded and wanted to include him, having been inspired by his music videos during development. They ultimately added him into the game by substituting a Morolian-controlled NPC character for a model based on him and added moves based on his famous dance moves, initially expecting him to dislike it. Jackson, fully realizing the pressures the team were facing, approved the appearance and provided voice lines for his character. Mizuguchi recalled Jackson's reaction in a 2009 Den-fami Nico Game interview following his death:

Mizuguchi: "I could only do this much, so I wondered if Michael would refuse. Then ... (Mr. Mizuguchi imitating Michael's voice) 'Oh, OK!' …… Because!"

Jackson would reprise the role of Space Michael in an expanded capacity in Space Channel 5: Part 2.
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