The Mikado Special Forces kidnaps Dominique Cross and it is up to the three bouncers of the bar, Fate: Sion Barzahd, Volt Krueger, and Kou Leifoh to rescue Dominique and put an end to the Mikado Group international megacorporation.

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Paul Stephen ...
Sion Barzahd (voice)
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Volt Krueger (voice) (as Mike D'Gard)
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Kou Leifoh (voice) (as David Lucas)
Bridget Hoffman ...
Dominique Cross (voice) (as Ruby Marlowe)
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Dauragon C. Mikado (voice) (as Richard Hayworth)
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Mugetsu (voice) (as Bob Marx)
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn ...
Echidna (voice) (as Melissa Williamson)
Simon Prescott ...
Wong Leung (voice) (as Simon Isaacson)
Riva Spier ...
Kaldea Orchid (voice) (as Anne Sherman)
Wendee Lee ...
Leann Caldwell / PD-4 (voice)
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Master Mikado (voice) (as Alfred Thor)
Dana Craig ...
Boss (voice) (as W.T. Hatch)
Mimi Woods ...
Newscaster (voice)
Kirk Thornton ...
Commander (voice) (as Sparky Thornton)
Kevin Seymour ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Harold Muckle)
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The Mikado Special Forces kidnaps Dominique Cross and it is up to the three bouncers of the bar, Fate: Sion Barzahd, Volt Krueger, and Kou Leifoh to rescue Dominique and put an end to the Mikado Group international megacorporation.

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This Game contains multiple endings within it based off the decisions youve made through out it, It also contains multiple playthroughs To find out different sides of the decisions and see the endings See more »

Quotes

Dauragon C. Mikado: You will never understand the humiliation I have been through! The burden of being the best... OF HAVING TO BE WORTHY!
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #26.2 (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Owaranai Mono - Forevermore
(The theme from "The Bouncer" - Japanese version)
Lyrics by Takashi Tokita
Music by 'Takahito Eguchi, Noriko Matsueda
Produced and Arranged by Takahito Eguchi
Performed by Rei Sakuma (as Reiko Noda)
(P) 2000 Square Sounds Co., Ltd. (C) 2000 Solid Co., Ltd. Square Sounds Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
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The Bouncer
2 June 2002 | by (Aryshire, Scotland) – See all my reviews

The Bouncer is a great game that could have been a number one hit, except the fact that it is really repetitive. After playing it through the 6th time, boredom kicked in and I put the controller down. If you are looking for a great game with a rather good replay value get this game. The graphics will blow you away and the story is one the greatest. This game is a must have for any PS2 owner.


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