Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi (1991)

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The main character (whose name and callsign are given by the player) is a space fighter pilot, in a war against the Kilrathi; a race of tiger-like creatures... See full synopsis »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ken Demarest III ...
Marten Davies ...
Denise Dee ...
Col. Jeannette 'Angel' Devereaux / Female Fighter Pilot (voice)
Bill Harwell ...
Maj. Zach 'Jazz' Colson / Male Freighter Pilot / Male Comm Officer (voice)
Eiko Nagata ...
Lt. Col. Mariko 'Spirit' Tanaka (voice)
Wayne Bell ...
Capt. Etienne 'Doomsday' Montclair / Capt. Dirk 'Stingray' Wright / Kilrathi Comm Officer / Kilrathi Fighter Pilot (voice)
Richard Goodman ...
Gilbert P. Austin ...
Prince Thrakhath / Mandarin #1138 (Special Operations 2) (voice) (as G.P. Austin)
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The Emperor (voice)
Lainie Whiddon ...
Maj. Edmond / Capt. Elizabeth 'Shadow' Norwood / Female Freighter Pilot (voice)
Paul Arden Lidberg ...
Khasra Redclaw (voice)
Dell Aldrich ...
Female Comm Officer (voice)
Clifford Haby ...
Rahkti Blooddrinker / Male Fighter Pilot / Drakhai Ace (voice)
Kirk Winterrowd ...
Jake Rodgers ...
Maj. Zach 'Jazz' Colson (Special Operations 2) / Gettysburg Pirate (Special Operations 1) (voice)
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The main character (whose name and callsign are given by the player) is a space fighter pilot, in a war against the Kilrathi; a race of tiger-like creatures... See full synopsis »

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The main character (which represents the player) has no set name in the first two Wing Commander games, his first name, surname and callsign can all be chosen by the player. It is only in Wing Commander III he has the name "Christopher Blair" and he only receives the callsign "Maverick" in the novelizations of Wing Commander III and IV. Eventually in the fifth game, Wing Commander Prophecy (where he is no longer the main character) he has "Maverick" as his in-game callsign. It believed that "Blair" comes from "Bluehair" which was the name used by the game development team (due to the hair colour of the character in the animations), and "Christopher" comes from Chris Roberts, the creator of Wing Commander. See more »

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Follows Wing Commander (1990) See more »

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Great sequel to a classic
8 March 2012 | by (Faversham, England) – See all my reviews

I loved this sequel when I finally got to play it after many years the storyline is great especially with the main character being wrongfully disgraced and demoted then finally getting chances to clear his name and earn the respect and trust of those who view him with suspicion especially Admiral Geoffrey Tolwyn. Also the screenplay is better.

Also they expanded on the character of Jeanette 'Angel' Devereaux and Mariko 'Spirit' Tanaka given them more background and/or humanity and the romance between the main character and Angel was a good touch.

One thing I liked best about this was how it introduced someone who was in my mind at least one of the greatest villains in gaming history: Prince Thrakath nar Kiranka also his cousin Khasra was an interesting villain.

Also had other interesting villains including the human traitors including the Society of Mandarin's.

The only thing I have to complain about this game was the bad novels that had Jason 'Bear' Bondarevesky as a main character in the horrible William R. Forstchen novels End Run and Fleet Action he also appeared in a few others by Forstchen that were just as bad.

Overall this was a good game and it furthered the storyline greatly also the space combat was great though I despised the Ferret class fighter how that piece of crap got into service let alone in war time I have no idea.


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