Soviet Strike (1996)

Video Game  -  31 October 1996 (USA)
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A video game where you play a pilot working for StrikeNet, a secret government organization. With the help of fellow Strike agents General Earle, Hacke (the technowizard who hacks computers... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Marzilli ...
General Earle (voice)
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Hack (voice)
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Nick Arnold (voice)
Ari Barak ...
Amad (voice)
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Ivan Uralia (voice)
Karel Cizek ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Raul Kobrinsky ...
Uri Vatzisnov (voice)
Manhal Sako ...
Sadissa Savak (voice)
Carol Colbert ...
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Jack Janda ...
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Bessus (voice)
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Tomás Krejcí ...
Mob Boss (voice)
Josef Simonovsky ...
KGB Boss (voice)
Ivana Susosa ...
Vila (voice)
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A video game where you play a pilot working for StrikeNet, a secret government organization. With the help of fellow Strike agents General Earle, Hacke (the technowizard who hacks computers which are able to power guns, missiles, etc.) and Andrea Grey, a news reporter who also doubles as a secret agent, you stop a madman named Shadowman from blowing up the Soviet Union. Written by Whacko23 <whacko23@hotmail.com>

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Hack: General... uh, what you say your name is?
General Eagle: ...GENERAL Earle.
Hack: You got a first name?
General Eagle: General. You're working for the military now, Hack. That's the way it is.
Hack: How come you get to call me Hack and I have to call you General?
General Eagle: We can switch you over to 'Private' if you want us to.
Hack: ...nnnno. I'll stick with Hack.
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Soviet Strike puts you in the driver's seat
13 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When it comes to cinematography, Soviet Strike is top of the line. It has a style that is heavy on cuts and always gets to the point. But more importantly, almost every video is watched from the perspective of you, the Apache commander, and every line of speech is spoken as if heard on your radio. The game really lets you feel like you're in the middle of a war, and the story unfolds around you. Amazingly, in a game that's rather simple in design, this effective storytelling technique is enough to keep the excitement and tension high. The actors are tremendously good, and very convincing.

Unfortunately, the game tends to be a little unforgiving in its challenges, and the graphics are a little on the weak side during game play. The targeting system is a bit shaky as well. As a whole, this game gets a 7. But from a film perspective, this game deserves praise, for if it were graded only on its plot and shooting techniques, a higher score could easily be given.


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