The ego puts itself first. A n egotistical voice has a narcissistic quality that is both selfish and powerful. It can be manipulative and carries a hint of entitlement in its tone. You can hear an egotistical voice in a villain’s evil laugh and exaggerated speech.
The egotistical voice is that of a spoilt prince or princess. The only authority this voice recognizes is its own. It has a smug quality and is full of itself, like the voice of a desperate villain who tries to hard to be scary and menacing. A lot of drama films start off with an egotistical voice then end in a softer and more vulnerable voice _ a technique that really captivates the audience.
Video games and character animations use the egotistical voice to portray narcissistic and selfish characters. Self-important characters can also be useful for narration and advertising purposes. An egotistical voice can also be used to establish your brand identity as it is unashamed, ruthless, and honest. You can use this voice to shape the perception that your customers or competition have about your company.
An egotistical voice never thinks of itself as egotistical. It can justify it’s superiority. The voice is calm, slow, clear, loud, and self-absorbed. Characters defined by egotistical voices are arrogant and over-confident, rarely listening to what others have to say.
A big ego isn't always a bad thing. An egotistical voice, if regulated, can communicate competence and self-confidence. A brand can use this voice to tell consumers why their products are the best, all without sounding arrogant.