For fans of the bob the square TV show, you may know all the little details on this subject and have noticed the many references to the episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrate Video Games.
A notable difference is that Mr. Arabs’ vocal actor, Clancy Brown, is not in the game, and another actor, Joe White.
White initially made the voice of Mr. Arabs and Mermaid Man for the 2003 Battle version of Bikini Bottom.
Brown did not provide his voice for the role, and the developer of the The Nordic game probably wanted to remain as faithful as possible at the original game.
In doing so, they did not bring Brown back to make the vocal lines for Mr. Arabs, who likes money, and they probably used the original white actor talents.
The Nordic producer of THQ, Martin French, interviewed Nintendo Everything to discuss the rehydrated creation.
The interview wanted to keep the actors in the voice of the original version of 2003, and French said: The vocal work of the original was spectacular.
This feedback was universal fans.
We wanted fans to remember the game they know and like to keep nostalgia living.
This is an example of Purple Lamp approach in terms of development.
They kissed all the wonderful little details that were part of the original game, while adding small head signs to the seasons broadcast after its release.
Keep White like Mr. Arabs was probably the best and easiest option for rehydrated.
White made Mr. Arabs in other video games, such as SpongeBob SquarePants: Operation Crabby Patty, SpongeBob SquarePants: Employee of the month, and SpongeBob SquarePants: Super sponge.
Whenever Brown is unable to fill the character with Mr. Arabs, White is happy to intervene and give his voice for the role.