Tomokazu Seki returns to recite the full epic for Tokyo's Ancient Orient Museum
Who's the best choice to read an audiobook of the Epic of Gilgamesh? Gil himself, of course!
Voice actor Tomokazu Seki plays the over-the-top warrior king in (almost) all of his Nasuverse incarnations, most notably Fate/Grand Order's Babylonia stage and its upcoming anime adaptation. Previously, Seki partnered up with Tokyo's Ancient Orient Museum to provide an audio guide for its permanent Gilgamesh exhibition.
The new project will feature the voice actor reading Akio Tsukimoto's Japanese translation of The Epic of Gilgamesh, re-edited by the museum into an audiobook with a runtime of just over one hour.
The reading will be available for purchase in CD and app format from the museum starting next month. More details will be available soon.
Source: My Game News Flash
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