Titanic: Adventure Out of Time (1996)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Mystery  -  31 October 1996 (USA)
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A video game about a british espionage agent sent back in time to a failed mission aboard Titanic. At stake: The fate of the entire world!

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Garrett ...
Sasha Barbicon
Erik S. Quist ...
Eric Burns / Voice actor
Stephanie B. Quist ...
Stephanie Burns / Voice actress
Lona Livingston ...
Daisy Cashmore
Michael Prescott ...
Andrew Conkling
Jennifer Coffin ...
Beatrix Conkling
Tom Appleton ...
Vlad Demonic
Stefano Magaddino ...
Henry Gorse-Jones
Judy D. Haston ...
Ribeena Gorse-Jones
Austin Staub ...
Edward Hacker
Jay Staub ...
Jack Hacker
Michelle Papa ...
Shailagh Hacker
Sean M. Allen ...
Willi Von Haderlitz
Joe Loesch ...
Lord Charles Lambeth
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Lady Georgia Lambeth (as Biz Lyon)
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A video game about a british espionage agent sent back in time to a failed mission aboard Titanic. At stake: The fate of the entire world!

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CGI footage of the Titanic created for this videogame has been reused in many documentaries on the sinking. See more »

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Although the upper decks are fairly accurate (much more so than most Titanic films previously made), most of the first class public rooms are in fact based on those of Titanic's sister ship, Olympic. The Smoking Room is based on Olympic's during the 1920's (one can tell because of the floor tiling) except that Olympic's seating upholstery was green, not brown. This room also includes the painting "Approach to the New World" by Norman Wilkinson which was aboard Olympic while Titanic's was a painting of Plymouth Harbor. The Turkish Bath is also from the Olympic since Titanic's had a completely different layout than the one in the game, which is based on promotional material and photographs of Olympic's Turkish Baths. The Wireless Room contains a window on the wall above the desk, which was a feature on the Olympic and not Titanic (the placement of the room is also wrong anyway, since it was located in the center of the deck house, not the side). Also, although the layout of the lounge is pretty accurate (both Titanic and Olympic's lounges looked relatively the same), it did not have mustard-colored paneling, in fact the color scheme was apparently green and gold carpeting and upholstery against light oak paneling. See more »

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Leyland Sachem Trask: You know, a medium once told me that the only danger in may life would come on water... salt or fresh, he did not say.
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Featured in Beyond Titanic (1998) See more »

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Rich and complex, many different possible endings
6 November 1998 | by (Sterling Heights) – See all my reviews

This is a game you can really immerse (whoops) yourself in. The story, like the Cameron movie, is fictional, set on the factual Titanic. You have the chance to change history, but beware! You may unwittingly make things worse! The two CD set also features a walk-around only scenario. After playing the game awhile, you really get to know your way around the Titanic. Not all of the interior is authentic, (you *couldn't* really climb up the fake stack on the real Titanic!) but it's close enough to make the past live again. Pay attention and take *lots* of notes! No conversation with the many guests on board is pointless.


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