Ultra violent video game where you play a petty thug working his way up to become a kingpin of crime.



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Cast overview:
Drew Markham ...
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Zeena Wild ...
Female Voices (voice)
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Larry Muggerud ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as D J Muggs)
Senen Reyes ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Sen Dog)
Eric Correa ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Bobo)


Ultra violent video game where you play a petty thug working his way up to become a kingpin of crime.

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Quake-2 engine pushed to the limit
1 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

Kingpin was a very advanced game for its time. It was violent, foul mouthed and gory. The graphics were really good looking in the urban setting and the level design was superb and made realistic through a population of street trash. The modern weapons were quite enjoyable to use on the latter. The voice acting was also pretty good.

The theme of the game is very much like Pulp fiction and you play a thug. The game was however quite buggy and the load times were horrible on lower end computers. The pace of the action is not as frantic as one would expect and the enemies can be quite tough at times, requiring something better than taking them in a head on battle.

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