Half-Life 2 'All Sounds Replaced with My Voice' Mod Works Better Than It Sounds

The idea of replacing a game's sound effects with human vocal reproduction isn't entirely new, and has often been done to varying degrees of success. Enter the "All Sounds Replaced with My Voice" mod for Half-Life 2.

Noticed by the chaps over at RockPaperShotgun, the mod--created by modder Trase--replaces 1327 sound effects in Half-Life 2 with the author's vocal interpretation of the original booms and splats. It's funny, and also a little fascinating.

Download the mod on FileShack, or go through for a look at it in action:

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    September 17, 2009 5:06 PM

    is this going to spawn a batch of copycats

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      September 17, 2009 5:52 PM

      I can already see it for Team Fortress 2. I mean hear it.

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      September 18, 2009 10:29 AM

      I kind of expected to see a wave of copycats after it was included as an option in Timesplitters but that game didn't get enough attention. This being a mod, it might not be enough but it is associated with Half Life 2, which has plenty enough fanboys to instigate new trends in gaming.

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        September 18, 2009 11:14 AM

        THAT'S where I've seen this before!

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