The Untold Truth Of Rivet From Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart

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 The Untold Truth Of Rivet From Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart


Rivet might sound familiar to fans of RPGs and animated television shows — she’s voiced by Jennifer Hale, a prolific performer with over 400 credits to her name.



Of the entries that fill her impressive resume, Hale secured her legacy by voicing female Commander Shepard in BioWare’s “Mass Effect” series. She has lent her talents to a number of other notable works, including “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” “Marvel’s Avengers,” the “DuckTales” reboot, “The Powerpuff Girls,” “The Elder Scrolls Online,” “Phineas and Ferb,” and “Overwatch.” Despite this long and diverse career, the experience of bringing Rivet to life stuck out for Hale.



“One of the things I’ve really enjoyed about Rivet is that she’s a departure from so much of what I have been playing in terms of what’s traditionally been defined as a strong female character,” Hale told Game Rant. “Someone with a really deep voice and a heavy history and a heavy heart, and that’s the trick about Rivet is she’s definitely got a heavy history and a heavy heart, but she doesn’t live there.”



In fact, Hale loved Rivet so much that she struggled not to tell her kids about the part before “Rift Apart” released. When asked if Rivet should get her own series, Hale could not contain her excitement: “Oh my god, yes, more Rivet, more Rivet all day. All day, every day. Love it.”