You play reporter Jake Quinlan in this modern interpretation of the Ripper legend. Three acts and the possibility of four different endings lead up to an explosive climax in cyber space.

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Hamilton Wofford / Covington Wofford
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Dr. Clare Burton
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Joey Falconetti
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Jake Quinlan
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Ben Dodds
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Vigo Haman
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Catherine Powell
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Soap Beatty
Steven Randazzo ...
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Vic Farley
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MacIntyre Dixon ...
Gambit Nelson
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Kashi Yamamoto (as Lianni Pai)
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Jack's back. In 2040, a vicious serial killer stalks the mean streets of New York, eviscerating his victims and vanishing without a trace, leaving no clues to his, or her, identity. Only you, as crime reporter Jake Quinlan, can crack the case. There are four suspects; Detective Magnota, lead investigator of the case; Dr. Burton, the doctor with the mysterious past; Falconetti, master hacker; and your own girlfriend and fellow reporter Catherine, whose mother may have been the Ripper's first victim. It's up to you to uncover the clues and catch the killer, or else you may be next. Each of the suspects can turn out to be the killer depending on how you play the game. Written by Kyser Soze

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The last voice project of Burgess Meredith. See more »

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Det. Vince Magnotta: This guy is un-FUCKING believable!
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(Don't Fear) The Reaper
Written by Donald Roeser
Performed by Blue Öyster Cult
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The worst video game of its kind.
12 November 2000 | by (Austin, TX) – See all my reviews

This game is from a genre of games that tried to capitalize off of the whole Myst-inspired trend--walk around, talk to people, solve puzzles. The puzzles themselves are absolutely horrible, but I'll stick to the acting itself, which is only slightly better. If you're looking for a convincing performance from any one character, you won't find it here, but this game is worth buying if only to witness the truly hilarious performance of Christopher Walken. His acting is so horrible in this game that it seems like he's imitating someone who happens to be impersonating him. He's a caricature of himself.

So buy this game if you're masochistic, a Walken fan, or simply want to hear the F-word a lot.


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