is such an
amazing artist to work with that I find it hard to imagine a project
that he wouldn’t be involved with.
-Christopher Bischoff, The Brotherhood
The player-character [John Maracheck, Stasis] is well developed, in part thanks to some fantastic voice acting. -Game Rant
I have never heard a videogame character sound so vulnerable and human [...] A great deal of [Stasis]'s intensity is a result of Ryan Cooper's performance. -Grimbeard Diaries
Narration comes courtesy of Ryan Cooper, who brings just the right amount of Sean Bean to the role of Dagoth Endus. -Polygon
Narrator Ryan Cooper enthralls the viewer with descriptions and explanations of the updates, overhauls and redesigns of key parts of Cyrodiil. -Game Rant
Enter Ryan Cooper, who did an equally impeccable job on giving voice to Brad [Buckmaster]’s writing. -Hugh Monahan, Stellar Jockeys
Utopia Syndrome is a very impressive game with a highly detailed environment, great voice acting, an intuitive UI and a very intriguing lore. -Alpha Beta Gamer
The game has a talented cast of voice actors. Known names like Julian Casey, Sarah Williams, and Ryan and Glen Cooper help bring the characters of Beautiful Desolation to life. -Keen Gamer
One thing that caught me off guard was just how fantastic and interesting [Ghost Song's] voice acting is. Just give this video a watch to hear a bit of it. -Destructoid
The lone voice actor does fine work, carrying [The Old City: Leviathan] emotionally and sounding convincingly detached from reality. -Adventure Gamers
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