Role Playing Games are taken to a whole new level of immersion when BattleHelm, the leading developer of Augmented Reality systems, builds the world's largest theme park on a remote island in the Philippines modeled after the most popular MMO. Imagine what it's like to experience your favorite videogame in real life...
Well, that's what Ryan Fontanella discovered for himself when he accepted an all-expenses-paid travel package offer to the island. But when the extremely advanced deployment of technology far exceeds his expectations, he learns that even the ultimate place of escapism can't break free from the familiarity of human nature.
Enter a realm where the combination of holographic effects and animatronic beasts blur the difference between fantasy and reality.
Enter... the Cradle of Dragons.
This Audiobook features an ensemble cast, complete with sound effects and wonderful music productions added to give the listener an enjoyable immersive experience.
This Audiobook has been produced by Real Interface Studios.
Story / Creative Direction by.... Peter J. Ang Narrated by.... Derek Newman
Ryan Fontanella played by.... Matt Baca Dan DeBroin played by.... Chris Bacchus Miki played by.... Katrina Tortorici Selena played by.... Nicole Candian Priestess Guide played by.... Ashley Trevathan Kiira played by.... Shannon Selis Yuuna played by.... Callyn Dorval Miranda played by.... Redd Horrocks
Special Thanks to the other talents who provided voices for background support characters:
Callyn Dorval Ryan Vollmer Sheiffer Bates Mikhael Jacob Alastair James Murden Steve Bottrell KC IJ
Would you consider the audio edition of Cradle of Dragons to be better than the print version?
Never got a chance to look at the written version.
What did you like best about this story?
Actors were good, easily identified from each other to prevent confusion. Big fan of Fantasy as well though so that was a plus.
Which character – as performed by Derek Newman – was your favorite?
Probably Miki. Hard to beat a French cat/rogue.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Mostly just the concept maybe someday, but will be all old and stuff before anything similar could be possible :'(
Any additional comments?
Fun listen, great acting. Some pauses that made me check to make sure my headphones didn't get unplugged but, other then that great work.