Cast overview, first billed only:
Noree Moneo
Edric O
Robert Carin ...
Hayt De Vries
Fremen Kari
Emperor Frederick IV
Imperial General
Frank Klepacki ...
Ordos Serviceman Spy (voice)
Barry Green ...
Harkonnen Medic
Chip Myers ...
Paul Bastardo ...
Ordos Saboteur (voice)
Chris Blevens ...
Fremen Soldier
Mark Laity ...
Fremen Soldier
Martin McCoy III ...
Fremen Soldier (as Martin McCoy)
Byon Garrabrant ...
Sardaukar (voice)


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Good remake of a computer game classic
25 August 2002 | by (Antwerp, Belgium) – See all my reviews

When Dune 2 was released it was a revolution in computer gaming, single-handedly creating the real-time strategy genre.

In 1998, Westwood studios decided to re-visit the spectacular world of Dune with this update/remake.

Game play is very good. The controls are intuitive, if a bit limited. The campaign missions are linked by full motion video scenes, where your advisor briefs or debriefs you.

All in all, this is plain old addictive good fun. ...

By the way, am I the only one commenting here who knows "Dune 2000" is actually the 1998 Westwood computer game, and *not* the mini series starring William Hurt?

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