The sequel to Syphon Filter takes place right after the first one, the Agency has apparently betrayed Gabe Logan and framed him for the Khazakstani ICBM missile launch containing the Syphon... See full summary »




Cast overview, first billed only:
John Chacon ...
Gabriel Logan (voice)
Zoe Galvez ...
Lian Xing (voice)
Shannon Tilton ...
Teresa Lipan (voice)
Peter Kepler ...
Jason Chance (voice)
Andrea Satin ...
Dr. Elsa Weissinger (voice)
Jay Styne ...
Steven Archer (voice)
Bryan Session ...
Dr. Lawrence Mujari (voice) (as Bryan Osric Session)
Elina Fillipova ...
Mara Aramov (voice)
Bill Glanting ...
Dillon Morgan (voice)
J.S. Gilbert ...
Uri Gregorov (voice)
Dan Kennedy ...
Lyle Stevens (voice)
Nicholas Katakis ...
Vladimir Nevainair (voice)
David Caffey ...
Dr. Gershon (voice)
George Joyce ...
Thomas Holman (voice)
Derrek Falkan (voice)


The sequel to Syphon Filter takes place right after the first one, the Agency has apparently betrayed Gabe Logan and framed him for the Khazakstani ICBM missile launch containing the Syphon Filter virus that was destroyed by him. Upon that, they have captured his partner Lian Xing; who was infected with the virus. As Gabe and some fellow GI's seek refuge from the Agency, their plane is shot down in the Colorado Rockies where Gabe and Lian exchange story paths while in contact with their friend and ex-Agency operative Teresa Lipan. Written by jondaman816

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Deadly espionage in a world held hostage!






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Release Date:

14 March 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

SF2  »

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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The burnt body of Anton Girdeux, the French terrorist with the flame thrower from the first game, can be found in the secret Agency lab morgue near the end of the game. See more »


Missions 19: "New York City Slums" and 21: "Sykes Parking Garage" are set in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The Twin Towers of the World Trade Center should be easily visible in the skyline, but they do not appear. See more »


[after Logan takes out Stevens with a gunshot to his head]
Lyle Stevens: [dying] You're too late...
Lyle Stevens: The vaccine... She's... dead...
[Stevens dies as puddle of blood comes out of his back of the head]
Gabriel Logan: You're wrong, Stevens. I have the vaccine. I'll save my partner. And you're just another dead agent.
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Crazy Credits

The credits end with Mara Aramov and the Secretary of State planning their next move against Gabe Logan, thus leaving the door open for a possible trilogy. See more »


References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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Please, someone let these people make a movie!
5 July 2001 | by (reading uni, england) – See all my reviews

The original Syphon Filter was an undeniably flawed bit of fine gaming. Put somewhat in the shadows by the mighty Metal Gear Solid, it struggled to find the attention it deserved. It was a game that rewarded perseverence with a combination of realistic violence, dense plot and challenging gameplay. SF2 takes all that was good in SF and runs with it, creating a monster of a good game. Quite daring for a sequel, SF2 takes place only a few hours from the end of the first game, making numerous references back to events from the last few days. This does somewhat alienate new gamers, but the rewards from playing the two games back to back just can't be denied.

When I first completed SF2 after a few days playing, I was almost tempted to think it was too easy. But remembering the zillions of times I'd been swiss cheesed for not thinking something through enough I realised that it was a tough game, but one so well plotted that it's almost impossible to put down until you've worked the story through to it's conclusion. What stands out are the little details that have somehow been crammed into the game. Soldiers who would be drones in most action games (Tomb Raider anyone?) are given character by simple dialogue. As you sneak around, nearly all of them are chatting away, complaining about the cold, making radio reports, even joking with each other. It's a simple touch that goes a long way to enhancing the atmosphere of the game, lending what at heart is a guns blazing gung ho actioner the feel of a well plotted adventure game. Of course the action is paramount, and fans of the sneak-em-up genre will not be disappointed as you blast a blazing trail across Colorado, Russia and New York in some of the most heart pounding shoot outs yet seen on the Playstation. All in all, this is an unmissable stretch of the old Playstations capabilities, from a programming studio that clearly has a movie in them somewhere.

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