Veteran VA Rachael Messer to voice “Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle”

TWITTER, September 3rd, 2020 –

Minutes ago on Twitter Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle developer Ethan Fox announced that veteran voice actress Rachael Messer will provide the voice of the game’s protagonist Nina Aquila.
Rachael shall voice the character in the upcoming Chapter III as well in an upcoming free update to the already released Chapters I and II.

Rachael is an industry veteran with a long history of video game and anime dub roles including Paladins, Warframe, Akashic Records, Princess Principal, Knight’s & Magic, A Centaur’s Life, Infinite Dendogram. Currently she voices Enterprise in Funimation’s dub of Azur Lane.
Ethan Fox first contacted Rachael after hearing her performance as the protagonist in Square Enix’s Forgotton Anne, believing her voice to be perfect for the role.

About Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle

Nina Aquilla: Legal Eagle is a successful series of anime inspired Visual Novels/Graphic Adventure games developed in RPG Maker MV and released on Players assume the role of defense attorney Nina Aquila in a series of cases (Each one based on a popular genre of anime) while investigating a larger story of corruption and capital crime.
The first two Chapters are available now with Chapter III coming this fall. Chapters I and II are among the most popular titles on for their respective categories, maintaining a 5-Star rating from 150 reviews.
Chapter I is available for free and can be played now at:

Below is a link to a preview of Rachel’s performance as Nina

About Ethan Fox

Ethan Fox is an indie game developer based in the UK and came to the Visual Novel space from his background as an author of Kindle novels. Ethan’s games draw upon his past life experiences living in Japan and a lifelong love of anime and manga.
He conceived of Nina Aquila as a way to create a narrative experience that has similar plotting, pacing and direction to an anime, as well as serving as a homage to his favourite anime genres. His ambition is to one day see Nina Aquila realized as a fully-fledged anime production.



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