I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with one of my favourite gaming heroes, Ben “King of the Hill” Robertson.
Ben is a prolific voice actor and game developer, and a part of the team at Ubisoft Montreal, where he has worked on several games such as Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Far Cry 4, Watch Dogs 2, and Far Cry 3.
He also made appearances on the series as a playable character in Watch Dogs, The Last of Us and Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.
His latest work is as the voice of the character Koei Tecmo’s protagonist in the upcoming JRPG Persona 5, which was recently revealed to be the most popular game of all time on the PlayStation 4.
King of The Hill is one of the most recognizable voices in gaming, and he’s one of only a few people that have ever managed to capture a large fanbase, both within his native Japan and in the rest of the world.
He’s been known for his signature, “scoops”, that are heard throughout the series, which are used as a form of communication during gameplay.
King of The Hills original soprano was Kojiro Takahashi, who is considered by many as the best voice actor of all-time.
His distinctive voice and style has given birth to countless cult characters, including “King” Koyomi Araragi, who he voices in Persona 5.
Kohls first-person shooter, Persona 5 , is set to release in Japan on August 22, 2017 for PS4 and PS5.
It will be released in Europe and North America on August 29, 2017 and October 10, 2017 respectively.
In the past few months, Kohls voice work has been featured in numerous video games, including Forza Horizon 3 and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and will be heard in Persona V: The Final Chapter.
King is a well-known actor who has appeared in many films, television series, commercials, and video games.
In 2017, he was cast as a character in a commercial for Nihon Falcom’s Persona 5 titled “I want to play.”
The commercial featured him as a man who can teleport, which is a new gameplay mechanic introduced in Persona 6: The Animation.
King also voices many other characters throughout the years, including the original character of “King,” Kojimin (a.k.a.
King Leonidas) from Final Fantasy X, a character who is also featured in the video game Final Fantasy XI.