You play a freelance pilot who makes a living as a mercenary who gets targeted in a conspiracy for alien artifacts.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Edison Trent (voice)
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Commander Jun'ko Zane ('Juni') (voice)
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Richard Winston Tobias, Esq. ('Tobias') (voice)
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Orillion (voice)
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Lord Hakkera (voice)
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Fred Ballard ...
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Hazel Beasley ...
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Dexter Hovis (voice)
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Katherine Catmull ...
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Travis Dean ...
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Mitchell Dean Diaz ...
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Storyline

During the devastating war depicted in this game's predecessor, StarLancer (2000), between the two future Earth's superpowers - Western Alliance and Eastern Coalition, the losing Alliance sends, in desperation, five colossal interplanetary spaceships to outer space to find a new faraway world to colonize and live there in freedom. Only four ships make it. They find several inhabitable planets, split the territory between them, form four Houses to rule these new worlds and create large communities similar to the countries that the colonists came from. 800 years later, troubles begin again when a causeless war breaks out between two of the houses and a mysterious conspiratorial terrorist group called The Order begins playing its own game. Edison Trent, a skeptical freelance spaceship pilot, is one of few who survived the Order's terrorist attack on an orbital space station. Trent and the other survivors are sent to Liberty, a hub city on a nearby planet colonized by the settlers from ... Written by Anonymous

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The Universe of Possibility.


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Trivia

The original version of the opening movie depicted what happened to the solar system after the sleeper ships had left. During the final battle, an alien ship appeared. "It was in this moment," the narration said, "that we were unified in our awe." The alien ship then launched a projectile into the sun, destroying it and everyone else in the system. Only one survivor remained in the whole system, a soldier lucky enough to be on the far side of Pluto. He took off in a ship to warn the sleeper ships of a new threat, the Nomads. See more »

Quotes

Marcus Walker: Goodbye, Jun'ko. Win this one for me!
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Connections

Follows StarLancer (2000) See more »

Soundtracks

Rheinland - Exploration
Written by Cato
Performed by Cato
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Simple to play, and a great variety! 8/10
6 December 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Fun, great fun but i played all the missions under 3 or 4 hours because they are very short.

I like the multiplayer, i got tones of computers and when i link them up its fun to play with friends! The formation thing works well and gets you around the universe fast!

What kind of a name is Edison Trent?

Apart from the main character's slightly lame name its a good game and the graphics are good too

Gameplay: 6/10 (gets stuck from time to time) Graphics: 9/10 (Good, very impressive when put on high settings) Sound: 8/10 (Nice sound) Ease of control: 10/10 (you can control your man and ship well)


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