Taking place after Syphon Filter 2, Lian Xing is finally cured of the virus. However, Teresa Lipan got killed by Chance, making Gabriel Logan kill him. During the funeral, Gabe, Lian, and ... See full summary »


Credited cast:
John Chacon ...
Gabriel Logan / Additional Voices (voice)
Zoe Galvez ...
Lian Xing / Additional Voices (voice)
Shannon Tilton ...
Teresa Lipan / Additional Voices (voice)
Bryan Session ...
Lawrence Mujari / Additional Voices (voice) (as Bryan Osric Session)
Corina Harmon ...
Mara Aramov / Additional Voices (voice) (as Corina Harman)
Shannon Ward ...
Maggie Powers / Additional Voices (voice)
Vince Hadden (MIS) / Additional Voices (voice)
David Rosenthal ...
Ellis (voice)
Doug Boyd ...
Erich Rhoemer (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gary Barth ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Kenneth Chan ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
Robert Horry ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Daisuke Kawaguchi ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Additional Voices (voice) (as Robert Kraft)


Taking place after Syphon Filter 2, Lian Xing is finally cured of the virus. However, Teresa Lipan got killed by Chance, making Gabriel Logan kill him. During the funeral, Gabe, Lian, and Lawrence Mujari are still trying to eliminate the Syphon Filter threat that is still going on. After killing a rebel Chinese general Shi Hao in Tokyo, Gabe and Lian escape. Lawrence manages to call the Senate and testify for themselves. The player controls the characters' past missions including the mission to Costa Rica. While one character testifies, the others are trying to save the world from the virus. Will Gabe and Lian manage to clear their names and save the world, or will they still remain fugitives? Only the player can find out. Written by Zero 88

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WANTED: Stop Gabe Logan! - Agency Director




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Release Date:

9 November 2001 (USA)  »

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SF3  »

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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The PK-102 assault rifle's design (based on the real-life AK-102) is changed for this game to resemble a more generic AK-series assault rifle. This was likely done to stay true to the 1980s-setting of certain levels (despite appearing in the Ireland, 2001 levels), because the AK-102 did not exist until the 1990s. The name "PK-102" however, remains unchanged. See more »


In the C5 Galaxy stage, the C5 Galaxy is actually a C130. See more »


[Gabe rescues an ambassador's daughter]
Gabriel Logan: Come with me if you want to live.
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Crazy Credits

During the credits,we see overhead running shots of the Atlantic Ocean. At the end of the credits, we view the wreck of the S.S. Lorelli. A submersible's crane arms pick up a cargo crate with a biohazard logo on it (the Syphon Filter virus), we then hear the framiliar laugh of Mara Aramov and the game ends. See more »


References Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) See more »

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What happened to the music?
1 May 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

When I played Syphon Filter 2, I was blown away. The music fit the atmosphere of the game, but the only drawback was the characters' faces, which only showed a pair of "lines" for eyes and that was it. Moving to SF3, they finally added faces to the characters, but now the MUSIC is empty. If you heard the disco music on the Moscow Club mission in SF2, you will listen to the SF3 music and wonder where they went wrong here. You can actually TELL the music has been downgraded from its predecessing game. The unique thing was that they kept the same theme song for SF2 and SF3 (I haven't played SF1, so I wouldn't know). Hopefully, in the soon-to-be-released Syphon Filter: Omega Strain, they'll stab this game with better music.

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