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News by ivankiryushin posted 1年以上前
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I’m honored to be interviewed によって you! I’m Stefanie Joosten and I work as an actress and model based in Japan. I am originally from the Netherlands, but moved to 日本 about 4 years ago. I auditioned for the role of Quiet. I was contacted によって my agency about it. They told me they were looking for motion capture actors for a new video game, but they couldn’ t tell me what game it was for yet back then. Quiet has a lot of confidence in her professional skills as a soldier, but I think she also has a shy side which resembles my personality a little bit. She will only open up to someone who she truly respects and feels comfortable with. Even though she appears as a cold-hearted assassin at first, she definitely has a soft side. A lot of things were challenging about the role of Quiet, but in a fun way. Actually the facial capture sessions might have been the most challenging. During those sessions I had to look at the footage and match all my facial expressions with the movements, without moving my body. It was a bit difficult to get used to, but it really added to the realism of the game! I have always been a bit of a nerd to be honest. I have always played videogames and I loved...
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Guide by ivankiryushin posted 1年以上前
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Stefanie Joosten has always been intrigued によって 日本 and otaku culture, and has been gaming from a young age. This made her decide to study Japanese at the 大学 of Leiden. During an exchange program she visited 日本 and she got her master’s degree in Tokyo. That’s when she got in touch with a casting agency specialized in western models. Since there is a lot of demand for this, she was able to make a living fairly quickly and she decided to stay in Japan. She plays Quiet in Metal Gear V: The Phantom Pain which will be released on on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PS3 on September 1, 2015 and on PC on September 15, 2015.


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