Voice Acting

Video Game Voice Over Sample Scripts: Heroes Versus Creatures

Keaton Robbins | May 4, 2018

An animated image of a superhero and a villain flying into battle against a full moon.

Video games are visual stories that require intricate dialogue and cutscenes to help players get acquainted with the characters in the game. Because of that, producing a video game with captivating characters is a surefire way to ensure its success. An interesting video game character will not only have an interesting appearance but also an intriguing voice.

Here are 2 narration and dialogue scripts to serve as inspiration for video game developers in the process of character design.

In this article

  1. For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for Video Games
  2. For Voice Actors Looking for Voice Over Practice Scripts
  3. Video Game Voice Over Script Example 1: The People Freer
  4. Video Game Voice Over Script Example 2: Sky Gorgs Are The Enemy

For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for Video Games

The scripts include specifications like voice age, gender, job description, role, accent, etc., much like voice over job postings on Voices. So (if you’re looking for a voice actor), the next time you post a job on Voices, you’ll know what job posting format will bring about the best auditions. This formatting helps voice actors to better understand the vision you had for your project, and bring it to life in their read.

For Voice Actors Looking for Voice Over Practice Scripts

Feel free to use these scripts for practice reads! Keep in mind when auditioning for jobs, it is recommended to only provide a small portion of the read in your demo. For example, a 7 to 15-second read of a 30-second script will suffice for your audition demo.

Video Game Voice Over Script Example 1: The People Freer


The People Freer

Voice Age:

Young Adult


Male or Female

Job description:

The People Freer is an action-packed fantasy fiction game where the player assumes the role of a rough-around-the-edges hero who frees villages from their capture and impending doom.

Art Direction:

The voice of the hero can be described as weathered, brave, calm, determined, calculated, and stealthy. The script contains “effort” scenes where the voice actor will need to provide their own interpretation of effort noises as if they were climbing a tree.


Action role play


Video Game


Gritty, measured


English (North American)


US (General American)

Word Count:

103 words

First person narration: sounding brave, calm, and confident:

The Hero

This place is called the black forest for a reason. Its name is suiting.

Everything here reeks of rot and mold. By late afternoon the sun no longer

shines through the mossy tree tops. It feels like night comes again as

soon as it’s left. And with the night, comes the forest’s creatures, prepared

with their unsatiated appetite for anything with a heartbeat. It’s terrifying.

The hero hears yips of hyena-like animals in the distance, and low guttural rumblings much nearer, suggesting something massive is approaching. The hero takes in a sharp-drawn breath of momentary fear, followed by an exhale of battle preparation.

  The Hero

*sharp-drawn breath*

*exhale of battle preparation*

A massive beast shows itself. Its final footstep lands so heavily that it causes the ground to shake like a centralized earthquake.

The Hero

(loses footing on the uneven ground and falls back with an audible

gasp – as the wind is knocked out of his/her lungs. The hero quickly regains

footing, now standing and gazing upward at the forest ogre, who towers above.)

*getting the wind knocked out of them*

*effort of standing upright after getting wind knocked out of them*

(Channeling the anger of being met with yet another monumental challenge,

speaks in a deep, full-bodied, confident tone.

*Note that cursed is pronounced in one syllable, not two.)

“I didn’t come this far to fall to the fate of this cursed forest.“

The hero swiftly begins to scale a nearby tree to gain a better vantage point over the forest ogre.

The Hero

*3x massive leaps from tree limbs.*

*3x dangerous, close-call catches when clinging

for their life onto the landing branch.*

Now up high, the hero can see a familiar medallion around the neck of the forest ogre.

The Hero

(Said in a quick, serious, perplexed, and concerned voice)

“The cursed medallion of Duhu? (doo-hoo)”

The hero and ogre lock eyes. The hero sees something in the soul of the ogre that feels as familiar as the medallion.

The Hero

(Suddenly filled with shock, then compassion, and determination)

“…Old friend… I have freed our people. And I will free you too.”

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Video Game Voice Over Script Example 2: Sky Gorgs Are The Enemy


Sky Gorgs Are The Enemy

Voice Age:



Male or Female

Job description:

This video game is suited for pre-teens and young teenagers. The player assumes the role of a young hero who travels to different villages to save them from the evil Sky Gorgs with the help of his trusted pet.    

Art Direction:

The voice for this role will sound heroic and courageous, yet innocent. The young hero character adores his pet. That relationship is very similar to the relationship that a child and their dog have. “Gorgs” is pronounced with a hard “G” like the word ‘good’. Not like “George”.


Action Adventure


Video Games


Animated, Genuine


English (British)


US (General American)

Word Count:

74 words

Young Hero

*wakes up with a yawn*

The family pet – Cloudzie – runs to the feet of the young hero in a frenzy.

Young Hero

“Good morning Cloudzie! You cute little ball of cloud fluff, you!”

Cloudzie runs towards the front door, looking back at the young hero as if to request that they follow along.

Young Hero

“You want to go outside? Okay, I’m coming!”

As soon as the young hero opens the door, they see the lightning and thunder of a fast-approaching storm.

Young Hero

“Woah, that storm is rolling in rather quickly, Cloudzie.

You sure you want to go outside right now?”

Cloudzie bolts out of the door and begins running in the direction of the storm. The Young hero dashes out the front door to follow the pet, struggling to keep up.

Young Hero

*panting while running*

Hey wait for me!

The Young Hero notices something peculiar about the thunder and lightning above them.

Young Hero

(Stops Running)

[young hero, in awe]

“This isn’t any ordinary lightning, is it Cloudzie?“

[Young Hero surveys the damage in the distance]

“Oh no! The lightning has struck the Lovelands!”

[Young Hero, now determined to save his world]

“We have to chase off the Sky Gorgs before they completely destroy the Lovelands!”

[Young Hero looks to Cloudzie – his best friend and secret weapon against the Sky Gorgs]

“You ready, Cloudzie?”

*Runs forth with their best battle cry*

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  • Avatar for Dan Brue
    Dan Brue
    August 5, 2019, 6:34 pm

    Love this! Thank you. You are awesome. I would love to know more about getting involved?

    Hope you have a great day.

    • Avatar for Tanya
      August 13, 2019, 9:19 am

      Hi Dan,
      Thank you for reading and for your kind words!
      I’m assuming that you’d like to learn how to get involved as a voice actor?
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      And also feel free to contact our support team at [email protected] for any other questions you may have.
      All the best,
      – Tanya

  • Avatar for Fiona
    February 21, 2020, 8:01 pm

    Question, is someone supposed to read all of the parts that are not in quotations as the characters voice-over narration? Thanks so much!

    • Avatar for oliver
      February 25, 2020, 9:31 am

      Hey Fiona,

      Good question! In this script, the text that appears between *asterisks* indicates vocal sound effects that you can produce to enhance your voice over recording (yawning, panting, etc.)

      The text that appears in (parentheses) or between [square brackets] is meant to serve as direction regarding what’s appearing in the video game. This text isn’t meant to be read aloud, but will likely inform your voice over performance (e.g. at this stage in the game is your character confident and determined, or filled with shock?)

      I hope that helps a bit. Happy recording!


  • Avatar for Pushpalatha
    April 23, 2020, 2:02 am

    Nice but I’m Telugu

    • Avatar for oliver
      April 27, 2020, 10:25 am

      Hi Pushpalatha,

      Thanks for your comment. Although this script is in English, we have a number of voice actors on our site who speak Telugu! When you sign up for a Voices talent account, you’ll have the option to list every language you speak fluently, so that way clients will find your profile when they search for voice actors who can fluently speak Telugu.

      I hope that helps!

  • Avatar for jam tangian
    jam tangian
    June 22, 2020, 11:08 am

    I love to learn more! and getting involved in voicing here! Thank you so much.

  • Avatar for Brielle Peace
    Brielle Peace
    August 8, 2020, 1:39 am

    Hello, I would love to be involved with this! Hopeyou see this soon! I am trying to start my career as a voice actor and would love to start here!


    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      August 11, 2020, 10:29 am

      Hey Brielle,

      When you sign up for a Voices talent account, you can begin auditioning for voice over jobs that are listed on our platform.


  • Avatar for Richard Carl Walters
    Richard Carl Walters
    October 24, 2020, 10:41 pm

    I appreciate you allowing me to practice with your scripts. I’m studying to be a voice actor for video games and anything else that requires a voice like mine.

  • Avatar for Loralai shelby munoz
    Loralai shelby munoz
    November 11, 2020, 12:00 pm

    Hi I saw your script and I was wondering if I could voice the young hero and I am in the middle of taking voice lessons so I’m not that good because I had just started voicing.Also I’m working on getting a recording set.

    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      November 11, 2020, 1:36 pm

      Hi there,

      You’re more than welcome to use these sample scripts to produce your own voice over recordings or to practice voicing different characters.

  • Avatar for Timothy Kellumn
    Timothy Kellumn
    December 2, 2020, 11:23 pm

    This is Amazing I love bringing characters to life The battle cry at the end of Sky Gorgs Are The Enemy had the kids laughing this is Great Would Love to Get involved and show cast my talent I’m an American English speaking Black male and I read those 74 words in English (British) But I have a rather deep voice so me and Cloudzie where Old Buddys

  • Avatar for john meador
    john meador
    February 12, 2021, 2:12 pm

    Thanks I’m ready to get into video game . .and be that hero or villain

    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      February 18, 2021, 3:18 pm

      Hey John,

      Sign up for a Voices talent account to start auditioning for video game voice over jobs.

  • Avatar for seth Ray
    seth Ray
    March 12, 2021, 7:19 pm

    would love to do this

    • Avatar for Oliver Skinner
      Oliver Skinner
      March 16, 2021, 10:11 am

      Hi Seth,

      You can sign up for a Voices account to upload your demos and start auditioning for voice over work.

  • Avatar for Abhijeet kumar
    Abhijeet kumar
    December 11, 2021, 7:31 am

    It really nice script. Form where i can get more scrips like this

    • Avatar for Niki Clark
      Niki Clark
      December 15, 2021, 8:41 am

      Hey there!

      We have a library of free scripts for you to use. You’ll find scrips from 20+ industries in there.


  • Avatar for Tanis Le Jeune
    Tanis Le Jeune
    April 18, 2023, 12:51 am

    That video is very inspiring to me, I want to ask, are we allowed to use these free scripts as our demos or is it preferred that we read something else?

    • Avatar for keaton
      April 19, 2023, 1:31 pm

      Thank you Tanis! They are free for you to use.

  • Avatar for Franklin Mercedes
    Franklin Mercedes
    October 7, 2023, 11:37 am


    First timer here just doing it as a hobby!

    Great read and practice! This inspired me 🙂

  • Avatar for Maddox chadwick
    Maddox chadwick
    December 27, 2023, 7:05 pm

    I love this, I do have a question though! Is this character more of a passionate and courageous going into the battle and seeing the Loveland’s being attacked or is he more depressed and monotone sounding?

    • Avatar for Keaton Robbins
      Keaton Robbins
      February 6, 2024, 3:52 pm

      Hey Maddox, you were spot on; passionate and courageous!