Tricia Helfer – returns to Starcraft franchise for Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void


In an interview with IGN.com, Tricia helfer revealed that she’s returning to the Starcraft gaming franchise for Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void. The actress revealed that she’d done a taping for the game with the entire cast, marking the first time they’d all been in the room together.

Helfer went on to say that this felt like a final chapter to some degree.

“It was a lot different — because I came off Heart of the Swarm, where it was a huge Kerrigan story,” Helfer reflected. “So this is a lot less. For Heart of the Swarm, I taped multiple sessions. The character felt the same. I don’t know how much I can give away. There’s definitely some…it feels like there’s a finality to it.”

 

“I’m not a gamer,” Helfer laughed when asked which other games she’d love to take on. “It’s funny, I think it was at DragonCon, and I was part of a Mass Effect panel, and I was so nervous to do it because, one, I feel like a hypocrite because — my job is voicing them, so the fact that I’m not a gamer is not that I disrespect it, because I love voicing games; it’s just not where my brain works. I don’t even know how to Facebook. I was supposed to do an Ascension Q&A on Facebook this Saturday, and I was like, ‘I don’t know how to do this!’ I had to set up a personal page to then go through my fan page, to access it, and my web guy put it on, and I couldn’t get it on. I’m a technological idiot. So the idea of sitting there and trying to play a game…I love that I can be in the games. My involvement in it is being in the games, but I am just terrible at playing them. So I haven’t even started. I haven’t played any games. It’s hard to talk about the games in a panel, because it’s such a different filming style. In Ascension, for instance, even if my character’s very light in the first three episodes, I still get the story, because I had the script and I read it. On set, the days I wasn’t filming, I don’t know what they actually got on camera, but they taped what was in the script. With video games, you’re given lines.”

To read the full interview, go to the SOURCE

Tricia Helfer’s new series Ascension will premiere on Syfy December 15-17

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