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Watch Troy Baker take the role of a slice of bread

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If you’ve never heard of Troy Baker, you might as well hand in your gaming licence at your nearest Internet Cafe. This fella has voiced something in just about EVERYTHING you’ve ever played in the last few years. For example, he took the role of Pagan Min in Far Cry 4, and Batman in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, and Mitchell in Advanced Warfare and… see what I’m getting at here? What can’t he do? Surely there is a role out there that’s just too much for him? Of course not, not even a slice of bread can sway his talent!

The chaps over at GameSpot asked him to take the role of the curious loaf cut-off from I am Bread. The results are surprisingly entertaining.

Troy Baker, the voice of Booker Dewitt from Bioshock Infinite and Joel from The Last Of Us lends his voice for the role he was born to play, a slice a bread.

Just to be clear, he isn’t going to feature in the final game. After watching this video though, I really think he should. He did a cracking job, I was genuinely entertained by a carb on its mission to reach the toaster!

What the hell is wrong with me? I want to play this game even more now! All I can say is, “your move Nolan North, your move.”

Last Updated: December 3, 2014


  1. I mean……..REALLY????

    Wie het nog van Ouma se Jam??:-P


  2. Hammersteyn

    December 4, 2014 at 08:00

    And then the Japanese made the same type of game only you’re a brick of soap. And there are anime girls in the bath, taking a shower, washing the car, etc.


    • Alex Hicks

      December 4, 2014 at 09:33

      This sounds plausible.

      In fact, it’s probable.


  3. HairyEwok

    December 4, 2014 at 08:08

    I guess you can say he was baked for the job.


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