Originally Posted by JDR13
As if Oblivion, etc., are more realistic to how people actually speak?
But yeah, I hear what you're saying. It would be nice if every NPC could have his or her own voice. It still wouldn't make a big difference to me personally, but I know a lot of people place significant importance on voice acting.
Originally Posted by ChienAboyeur
Immersion is a no go. Enough fantasy books written to tell for certain that people can reach their immersion thanks to written material.
Voice acting might serve a day if they manage to get a bot reading all the pieces.
For the moment, it is only a burden that brings limitations to designers, developpers etc
For the HF Skyrim DLC, they forgot to voice over certain women (the orcs) so they do not have all the options brought by other women when married.
Hard to patch with voices, very easy to do with text.