Stephane Cornicard (Saving Private Ryan, Metal Gear Solid) to voice a charismatic inventor in Bohemian Killing (Video)
IQ Publishing, the publisher of Bohemian Killing, a video game developed by the Polish studio The Moonwalls, is pleased to reveal details on the voice acting cast in the English version of its upcoming title.
The main character of the game is played and dubbed by a world-class film and voice actor, Stephane Cornicard!
Stephane Cornicard studied in France, at the prestigious Colby College in the US, and at Goldsmith College in the UK. He played in numerous blockbusters such as “Spectre,” the most recent Bond film, or Steven Spielberg’s “Saving Private Ryan”. His career as a voice actor is no less impressive and includes Syphon Filter, Primal, Metal Gear Solid, and the Dragon Age and Total War series. He currently teaches drama at the Actor’s Centre in London.
Stephane Cornicard masterfully plays Alfred Ethon, a young inventor of Gypsy origins. Thanks to his perseverance and visionary ideas, Ethon has become a symbol of modern France in the late 19th century: still struggling with the aftermath of La Révolution, ridden with ever increasing social inequality, awaiting the Paris Commune.
The player meets Alfred at a critical and life-changing moment…committing a murder! Soon after that the player takes control not only over the accused inventor, but also over the course of a crime investigation before a French court. Will you manage to get yourself acquitted or will you be sent to the guillotine?
“Bohemian Killing is an adventure game which steps out of linear storytelling typical of its genre. The game adapts to the player’s choices. Each lie can change the verdict for the better or for the worse,” said Marcin Makaj, creator of the game and owner of The Moonwalls.
Please visit the game website www.bohemiankilling.com
NONLINEAR FIRST PERSON COURTROOM DRAMA SET IN THE STREETS OF 19TH CENTURY STEAMPUNK PARIS
Steampunk Paris, set against the background of the late 19th century, torn between tradition and modernity. Class differences and pervasive racism finally lead to a tragedy. A year later you find yourself on trial, accused of a brutal murder.
How far will you go to exonerate yourself? Will you lie, seek evidence to prop your testimony or, perhaps, pretend to be insane?
Your imagination is the limit.