Former old west Marshal James Anderson is living a quiet life with his wife and young daughter when a railroad baron's thugs kill his wife and kidnap his daughter to force him to sell his ... See full summary »

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Henry' George Bowers / Spitn Jack Sanchez / Cowboy 2 (voice)
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'Buckshot' Bill Morgan (voice)
Dorothy Blass ...
'Bloody' Mary Nash (voice)
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'Slim' Sam Fulton (voice)
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'Dynamite' Dick Clifton (voice) (as Rob Daniel)
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Matthew 'Dr. Death' Jackson (voice)
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'Chubby' Russell Simms (voice) (as Michael Gwinne)
Stu Levin ...
Karl (voice)
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'Gentleman' Bob Graham (voice)
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Marshal James Anderson (voice)
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'Rattlesnake' Dick Farmer (voice)
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Anna Anderson (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
Chief Two Feathers / Cowboy 1 (voice)
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'Bloodeye' Tim (voice) (as Morgan Sheppard)
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Sarah Anderson / Young James (voice)
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Former old west Marshal James Anderson is living a quiet life with his wife and young daughter when a railroad baron's thugs kill his wife and kidnap his daughter to force him to sell his farm. He sets out to track down the baron and his daughter by any means necessary. Written by Richard Fife

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Great game, ahead of its time
1 February 2003 | by (South Carolina) – See all my reviews

Outlaws was one of the best first-person shooter (FPS) games ever made. A product of LucasArts, it featured a few technical innovations -- expansive outdoor areas, for instance -- but its best features were the storyline (lone man must track down the men who killed his wife and kidnapped his daughter), the music (by Clint Bajakian), and the voice acting. (Richard Moll -- bailiff Bull Shannon from TV sit-com "Night Court" in particular did an excellent job.)

Technologically dated, but it was a real classic.


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