Pikachu voice impersonation

Find the perfect Pikachu voice impersonation.

“Pika, pika, Pikachu!” Which version do you prefer? The original high-pitched pocket monster in Nintendo? Or the deep-voiced Detective Pikachu by Ryan Reynolds. With video games, cartoon series, movies, and toys, Pokemania is a global affair. Do you need a similar voice for a new character in your video game or anime video? Hire our adorable Pikachu voice to create your fandom world!

Info for Pikachu voice Voice-overs

Unimaginably, the 2019 Detective Pikachu is addicted to black coffee and has a New Yorker’s accent. But Pikachu’s indecipherable Pokemon portrayal is still a signature. Created in Japan and first vocalized by Ikue Ōtani, the original Pikachu voice is squeakily fast-paced. Check out our lineup of Pikachu voices and find the perfect fit for your project.

When can you use a Pikachu voice Voice-over?

When it comes to young adults, the kawaii, or cute, Pikachu voice is a huge hit with the female demographic. Even though the Pikachu voice was first catered to an Asian audience, the latest video game has now been localized with 9 languages. Undoubtedly, the pitch and frequency of voice relate to children of all ages. The critter-like voice would be an excellent fit for animation or kids’ audiobooks.

What makes the perfect Pikachu voice?

The original Pikachu voice is very excitable, over-the-top, and sometimes incorporates a touch of raspy vocal-fry. Aside from Ryan Reynold’s adaptation, the Pikachu is often portrayed with a high-pitched tone. It almost resembles a squeak toy being stepped on. Pikachu also speaks with an erratic tone and volume, speeding up and squealing when excited, and slowing down with gravel when tired.

Other Info for Pikachu impersonations

The original Pikachu voice is very excitable, over-the-top, and sometimes incorporates a touch of raspy vocal-fry. Aside from Ryan Reynold’s adaptation, the Pikachu is often portrayed with a high-pitched tone. It almost resembles a squeak toy being stepped on. Pikachu also speaks with an erratic tone and volume, speeding up and squealing when excited, and slowing down with gravel when tired.