SiN Episodes Voice Cast Interview

When SiN Episodes is unlocked next week, it will mark the return of the original SiN voice cast, as well as the addition of several new characters that will enter the fight between HardCorps and SinTEK. We managed to catch up with three of the principal cast members - Hannah Logan as Elexis Sinclaire, Jen Taylor as Jessica Cannon, and Billy O'Sullivan as J.C. - for a brief chat about the work on SiN Episodes and the characters they play.

Hannah Logan (Elexis Sinclaire)

The main villain in SiN Episodes, Elexis Sinclaire, is once again voiced by Hannah Logan.
How does it feel to revisit a character from 7 years ago?

Honestly, when I first created the voice of Elexis, it never occurred to me that she would be back. I am very impressed with Ritual and the success of Sin, since at the time it was just a gig I was grateful to get. Re-creating Elexis is like visiting an old friend. I'm glad to see her again.

Elexis is back! Has she gotten a lot meaner since last we saw her? How far has she come?

I don't know that Elexis is any meaner, but it goes without saying that any villain that is still kickin' after seven years is a force to be reckoned with.

How far has she come? Like any good villain, she doesn't give up, so she is seven years wiser... with, one could imagine, seven more years of treacherous tools she's collected in that time.

Blade is obsessed with Elexis, but how does Elexis feel about him, what do you think? Is there some kind of weird romance in the air perhaps? They're both kind of crazy, maybe they'd make a good couple.

Well, if by "good couple" you mean dysfunctional and abusive they are made for each other. Clearly, they are both obsessed - that's what keeps the game going seven years later. Love and hate are different sides of the same coin; I think they are in "love" with hating each other. Passion, pain, pleasure, winning, it's all the same in their cat and mouse game.

Elexis' looks make up half of her character, but is it right to dismiss her as some bimbo? She certainly seems a lot more clever than some might say. Is she nothing but a sex object, or does she seem to you as someone who is very much in control of the feminine part of her?

I think Elexis is very much in touch with her "feminine"side, but uses it in a masculine way, as a weapon. A bimbo is, ultimately, a victim. Elexis knows exactly what she is doing - she uses her sensuality to win, not that it always works, but it is definitely a MAJOR piece of ammo in her arsenal.

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