Field agent Craig Willmore is assigned to find Mulder & Scully as they've gone missing during their latest investigation into the paranormal.

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James Wong
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When Agents Mulder and Scully so missing in Seattle, local FBI Agent Craig Willmore is assigned to investigate. Although his investigation leads him to believe the Agents were killed in order to cover up a Russian smuggling operation, a series of strange deaths start to drag him into the world of the X-Files. From Government Coverups to alien encounters, he is about to discover the truth is nothing like what he ever could have expected. This game provides a fresh new perspective of the show's story including the Black Oil virus, Government Corruption and Railcar Experiments. Written by movieman_1000

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This is Director Greg Roach's third and final Full Motion Video video game. He also directed Quantum Gate (1993) and The Vortex: Quantum Gate II (1994). Actor Paige Witte appears in all three games. See more »

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In a "game over" scene wher Mulder is killed, Mulder is still blinking despite being dead. See more »

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Mary Astadourian: [after escaping bomb] It's times like this I wish I still smoked!
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References Driving Miss Daisy (1989) See more »

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Rain, Rain
Written by Ron Sanborn and Ginger Griffith
Performed by Moon featuring Ginger Griffith (lead vocals), Ron Sandborn (guitar and bass) and Eddie Garcia (Percussion)
Produced by Ron Sanborn and Gino Rascon
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Well, I like it!
5 March 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ok, so I've heard this game is only popular among extreme X-Philes. Well, I call myself an X-phile, but I definitely don't take it to the extreme. And I liked it.

The plotline is good - admittedly, some details don't really need to be there. But they do add to the characters. Best part is that while the storyline of the game fits in with the series, it can is just a complimentary material, the same as the movie. Graphics are fine, since most of this is live-acting anyway. However, there are times when you wish certain screens had been made a little lighter, to actually make it possible to find the evidence you need, without triple-checking the scene. But that's ok. I got used to it.

My game did a few glitches - but I can't be sure that they are in the game itself, or due to the fact my copy was a previously played game and could therefore been slightly damaged.

In my personal opinion, this isn't the greatest game there is, but it is one worth playing.


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