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Xander Mobus (born July 8, 1992) is an American voice actor who primarily specializes in English dubs of various anime and video games. He is perhaps best known for his voice roles in Nintendo as the announcer, and the characters Master Hand & Crazy Hand in the fighting games Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, as well as being the English voice for Joker, the main player protagonist of the Atlus role-playing game Persona 5. He has additionally reprised the latter role in various media associated with the game and lent his voice to the character upon his inclusion in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a Downloadable content (DLC) character in the Fighters Pass Vol. 1 expansion pack.

Credited Nintendo Voices[]

Year Title Role
2014 Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Master Hand/Crazy Hand/Announcer
2016 Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse Dagda
2016-present Puyo Puyo Tetris Dark Princes
2017 Fire Emblem Heroes Innes, Arvis
2017 Fire Emblem Warriors Darios
2018 Detective Pikachu Roger Clifford
2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Announcer, Master Hand, Crazy Hand, Joker
2019 Pokémon Masters EX Steven Stone
2020-2023 Pokémon Journeys: The Series Walker, Wyndon Stadium announcer, Freezington's Mayor
2020 Shantae and the Seven Siren Uncle Mimic
2020 Persona 5 Strikers Joker
2020 Dragalia Lost Joker, Arsene
2020 Catherine: Full Body Paul Miller, Joker
2021 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles Yahaba
2021 NEO: The World Ends with You Tanzo Kubo
2021 Monster Hunter Rise Character Voice 1
2022 Persona 5 Royal Joker, Arsene
2023 Persona 5 Tactica Joker

Trivia[]

  • Mobus was already a huge fan of the Super Smash Bros. series prior to being the voice of the Announcer (and later Joker in Ultimate).
    • In an interview about his role as Persona 5's Joker, he mentions that he was a huge fan of Persona 4.
  • Mobus voice acted various comedic requests through social media during this period, such as singing the Pokémon Theme in the Super Smash Bros. announcer's voice.[1]

References[]

  1. Super Smash Bros. Announcer Sings Pokémon Theme NintendoLife; Date: October 21, 2014.

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