Bioshock Infinite: The People Behind Booker and Elizabeth video Part 2
Last week we brought you the first video in The People Behind Booker and Elizabeth
in BioShock Infinite. The voice of Booker Dewitt, Troy Baker, and the voice of Elizabeth, Courtnee Draper, shared their experience of working as these characters and working with Ken Levine.
Today, the second video of the video series, The People Behind Booker and Elizabeth, has been released. Ken Levine talks about the experience directing them, being different than others. He says that he did not want to give them lines and tell them to record them. He wanted to capture the feeling and sat with them and talked about how they would get the scene the way they envisioned.
With cameras rolling, not only were the voices captured, but the emotions in their face as well. This would assist in facial emotional reference. During the first video, we heard how Troy had to belittle Courtnee to get her to an emotional place, in order to "get the scene". In this video, fans get to see that berating in action and see Courtnee break down and do a wonderful job at bringing that emotion to the surface and hearing it come through Elizabeth.
Troy answers the question that he's been asked several times, "What is it like working with Ken Levine?" Troy responds, "I don't know. I'll let you know, because so far we're not working. We're just playing; we're having fun."
These videos are only making it harder to wait for BioShock Infinite.
If you missed the first part of the video, you can see it HERE