@Subject-Astra I don't hate Japanese VAs nor did I imply that I do in any way. I have merely remarked that in my experience their defining trait is "exaggerate every emotion," which to me often feels gimmicky and unrealistic because no normal person is that dialed up (or at the very least, the average person is not that dialed up). The accents, to be perfectly honest, I think we can blame on the "diversity" crowd. If EVERY character in the game sounded like "a middle class white person from the midwest," Sega and the entire NA dev team would be branded as racist bigots because that's just how stupid people are. But at the same time the do have a bit of a point: it is unrealistic to depict this multi-racial (not just "race" in the ignorant sense of defining ethnicities as though they were as different as Orcs and Elves instead of being literally skin deep) organization as all being from the same tiny patch of dirt in one region of the world. The accents give the impression that these are people from all over the world or even from different planets.
Honestly the only complaints I have about the English voice actors is that the volume setting on the PA girl in the casino is WAY too freakin' high (as in deafening, easily 2.5 times the decibel level of every other sound in the game and that is just unnecessary but also not in any way a complaint against the VA so much as the behind-the-scenes sound coordinator), the Emergency Code VA guy is Shatnering it up, and not to be mean but I absolutely cannot stand the voice of the Astracite Exchange Shop girl. She sounds like she's smoked 15 packs a day for 30 years.
But for people to be essentially claiming that every non-Japanese voice actor in the industry absolutely sucks because they're not Japanese....that's garbage.