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Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix (2002)

The real-life mercenary John Mullins returns to put an end to the new threat of bio-terrorism, with the aid of his new assistant Madeline Taylor.

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John Mullins (voice)
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Sam Gladstone / Alexei Nachrade (voice)
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Madeline Taylor (voice)
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Aaron Wilson (voice)
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Devianti (voice)
Gustavo Vargas ...
Manuel Vergara (voice)
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Domingo Sanchez (voice) (as Guillermo Diaz)
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Huang Zhenmeng (voice)
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Sgt. Peterson (voice)
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Domovni Nemec (voice) (as Nick Jamison)
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The real-life mercenary John Mullins returns to put an end to the new threat of bio-terrorism, with the aid of his new assistant Madeline Taylor.

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extreme violence | gore | sequel | See All (3) »

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The world has become a dangerous place. Go above the call. See more »

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A cabin in the ship mission, "Seaward Star - Main Deck", has a computer with Doom game on the screen. Doom is developed by ID software, Soldier of Fortune II is built on the Quake III engine created by ID software. See more »

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Referenced in Max Payne (2001) See more »

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Better than the first game
16 November 2012 | by (Deadwood) – See all my reviews

Ten years ago, I had a revelation… and that was the amazing ride thorough this video game. I was really blown away by this game. It was really pleasurable in 2002. It was very entertaining, realistic (with all that violence, while you shooting at your attackers you can drill holes how many you like, or you can disembowel them with the knife), good gameplay and good AI. The game also has a pretty good voice acting crew… to mention Todd Susman, Earl Boen, Mark Hammil, Alan Oppenheimer, Cam Clarke, Greg Eagles and others… The game holds missions where you can go berserk and just shoot and people and you also have stealth missions. Well, generally, you can end your nearly every mission with stealth, no need to go berserk every time. You have an excellent set of weapons and other modification variations and possibilities that you can do with your weapons. You are John Mullins, who works for "The Shop" an anti-terrorist organization in Texas… and, of course you have missions all over the world, because world is a dangerous place, but Americans, especially Texans are so good… and they are world police. That's the usual cliché…


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