Michael Corleone has a voice in The Godfather II

No, it’s not Al “I yell at everything I see” Pacino. The man tapped to fill the shoes (vocal cords?) of one of filmdom’s most famous Dons in EA’s The Godfather II is none other than Carlos Ferro, who was nice enough to throw the tip at us direct. You may remember him as South American #1 in Rainbow Six: Vegas and Mercenary #5 in Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune; he also played a little role, you may have heard of, as Dominic Santiago in the Gears of War series.

This is further good news for the game that appears to be shaping up very nicely. Unfortunately with the recent delay we’ll have to wait a little longer to hear the sweet, sweet tones of Mr. Ferro’s platinum voice. I’m not kidding when I say I’m excited because as a fan of The Godfather films and first game having a talking Michael Corleone adds an extra dimension and Carlos Ferro is a real talent, so there should be no hang-ups in terms of quality. You say there’s brown on my nose? Whatever. I’ve got to go pick up my pinstripe suit from the cleaner. I was made an offer I can’t refuse.