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David Bradley Joins Voice Talent for The Mandate

David Bradley Joins Voice Talent for The Mandate

David Bradley Joins Voice Talent for The Mandate

The award-winning actor voices Lord High Admiral Suvarov


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Acclaimed stage and screen actor David Bradley (Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, Harry Potter) has been announced by Perihelion Interactive as the voice of Lord High Admiral Suvarov in the Tsarist space opera RPG The Mandate.

Bradley, an internationally recognized star of both stage and screen, has said, “I’m delighted to be working with the team at Perihelion Interactive to breathe life into the character of Suvarov,” said Bradley. “The Mandate is my first foray into the world of videogames, and I’m fascinated to see how my vocal performance is realised within the game.”

The Mandate, a sandbox sci-fi RPG, has already received praise from international media and the gaming community. It’s both single-player and six-player co-op, and planned for release Q1 2015 on Windows, Mac and Linux.

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