Dystopian third person shooter in which a Rambo-like scientist must battle the armies of his demonically possessed mentor who plans to bring about the Apocalypse using the Four Horsemen masked as four powerful people to corrupt the world.


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Cast overview:
Trey Kincaid (voice)
Poe ...
Mary Magdalene / Plague (voice)
Joe Frank ...
The Reverend / Larry / Death (voice)
Tom Wyner ...
Rafer / War / The President / Beast (voice)
Dave Cowling ...
Sarah Cigliano ...
Aaron Casillas ...
Brian C. Diggs ...
(voice) (as Brian Diggs)
Anthony Korotko Hatch ...
(voice) (as Anthony Korotko)
Kip Stolberg ...


In a dark future, religion and science are the dominant forces of civilization. A shadowy figure known as The Reverend mastered the power, and in an act of evil unleashes the Four Horsemen of the Apocalyse. War, Plague, Beast and Death are upon us, and only the renegade Trey Kincaide, the most reckless lone wolf, can survive the challenge and save the world from the Reverend's evil plans. Written by Toth-Amon

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Action | Horror | Sci-Fi




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20 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Initially, Activision Santa Monica was the developer of the game, but their vision of the game was too ambitious for the Playstation hardware. As a result, Neversoft was brought in, streamlined the gameplay to be a simple run-and-gun shooter, and changed the concept so that you played as Bruce Willis (originally, Willis was the character's sidekick). See more »


References The Fifth Element (1997) See more »


Performed by Gearwhore
Written by Brian Natonski
Published by Fatal Data (ASCAP)
Music Video directed by Eric Meagher
Gearwhore appears courtesy of Astralwerks Records
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What a game!
27 January 2000 | by See all my reviews

Bruce Willis allowed himself to be scanned and sampled for this game, and although his digitised alter-ego Trey Kincaid is often too small to really notice, his wisecracks lift a great shoot-em-up to a new level. The atmosphere and variety keeps things moving along with pace and the game is a must for any Willis fan.

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