User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Aya Hisakawa

Game Credits

Audio

Binary Domain (2012)   (Faye Lee)
Kid Icarus: Uprising (2012)   (Palutena)
Eternal Poison (2008)   (Renarshe)
Wrestle Angels Survivor 2 (2008)   (Kanna Kamui (カンナ神威) / Yui Naruse (成瀬唯))
Wrestle Angels Survivor (2006)   (Kanna Kamui (カンナ神威) / Yui Naruse (成瀬唯))
Front Mission 5: Scars of the War (2005)   (Emir Kramskoi)
Kessen III (2004)   (Kityou)
Summon Night 3 (2003)   (Ardylia (アルディラ))
.hack//INFECTION - Part 1 (2002)   (Rachel)
.hack//OUTBREAK - Part 3 (2002)   (Rachel)
Segagaga (2001)   (Yayoi Haneda / Mogetan (羽田 弥生/モゲタン))
Air (2000)   (Haruko Kamio (神尾晴子))
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clow Card Magic (2000)   (Seiyuu)
Tetris with Cardcaptor Sakura: Eternal Heart (2000)   (Keroberos)
Toshinden 4 (1999)   ("Lancelot・Lakeknight")
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete (1998)   (Seiyuu (Japan))
SoulCalibur (1998)   (Voice Talent)
Yūkyū Gensōkyoku: 2nd Album (1998)   (Rio Baxter (リオ・バクスター))
Langrisser I & II (1997)   (Jessica (ジェシカ))
Shin Senki Van-Gale: The War of Neo-Century (1997)   (Anett & Thyna)
Sparkling Feather (1997)   (Sapphire (サファイア))
Tengai Makyō: Daiyon no Mokushiroku - The Ap... (1997)   (Anne (アン))
Alice in Cyberland (1996)   (Kumiko Satō (佐藤久美子))
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Zenin Sa... (1996)   (Cover Voice)
Megami Tengoku II (1996)   (Pastel (パステル))
Riglord Saga 2 (1996)   (Mieu)
Voice Paradise (1996)   (Cast (出演))
Yu-No: Kono Yo no Hate de Koi o Utau Shōjo (1996)   (Eriko (絵里子))
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kurukkurin (1995)   (Sailor Mercury (セーラーマーキュリー))
Metal Angel 2 (1995)   (Kaori Sakurakōji (桜小路 香))
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (1995)   (Character Voice)
Private eye dol (1995)   (Ayaka Tachibana (立花 綾華))
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon (1994)   (Ami Mizuno (水野 亜美))
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon Collection (1994)   (Ami Mizuno (水野 亜美))
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzl... (1994)   (Sailor Mercury (せーらーまーきゅりー))
Cardangels (1994)   (Cast)
Dragon Knight III (1994)   (Cast)
Fray in Magical Adventure CD: Xak Gaiden (1994)   (Milly (ミリー))
Monster Maker: Yami no Ryū Kishi (1994)   (Rei (レイ))
Quiz Avenue III (1994)   (Voice Cast (声の出演))
Super Real Mahjong PV (1994)   (You (悠))
Arcus I・II・III (1993)   (Alisia Ilmake Arkases (アリサ・イルメイク・アルカサス))
Cal III (1993)   (Scheherazade (シェラザード))
Mamono Hunter Yōko: Tooki Yobigoe (1993)   (Yōko Mano (真野妖子))
Super Real Mahjong PIV (1993)   (You (悠))
Babel (1992)   (Cast (キャスト))
Burai II: Yami Kōtei no Gyakushū (1992)   (Raph (ラーフ))
Mamono Hunter Yōko: Makai kara no Tenkō... (1992)   (Yōko Mano (真野 妖子))
Pastel Lime (1992)   (Protagonist (主人公))
Robo Aleste (1992)   (Cast of Voices (声の出演))
Sotsugyō: Graduation (1992)   (Shizuka Nakamoto (中本 静))
Star Parodier (1992)   (Voice Actors (声の出演))
Cal II (1991)   (Scheherazade (シェラザード))
Dragon Knight II (1990)   (Kate (ケイト))
Mugen Senshi Valis II (1989)   (Varna (ヴァルナ))
 

Thanks

Purikura Daisakusen (1996)   (Special Thanks (スペシャルサンクス))
 


Developer Biography

Aya Hisakwa is one of the more famous seiyuu (voice actors) known in Japan. An extremely talented young lady with a voice to match any role, Hisakawa-san is best known for her roles in anime, video games, and drama CDs, playing nearly hundreds of roles in all sorts of genres of anime and games. Some of her most well known roles include Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury in "Sailor Moon", Kero-chan in "Cardcaptor Sakura", Skuld in "Ah! Megami-sama" (Ah! My Goddess in the U.S.), and Yohko Mano in "Devil Hunter Yohko". In video games, she can be heard as the voice of Jean in Lunar 2: Eternal Blue, the daughter in Princess Maker 2, and in several video games based on Sailor Moon and Cardcaptor Sakura.

Last updated: Feb 04, 2002